Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited (Hactl)
Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals Limited (Hactl) founded in 1971, is one of the world’s leading air cargo terminal operators, handling 80% of air cargo through Hong Kong, and offer services to more than 60 international airlines and over 900 freight forwarders.
Hactl built up the world's largest air cargo terminal –SuperTerminal 1 in 1998 at Hong Kong International Airport. Costing US$1 billion to create SuperTerminal 1 has the potential capacity to handle 3.5 million tones of air cargo each year, with built-in flexibility to handle more.
SuperTerminal 1 provides a state-of-the-art center for air cargo handling facilities. With all facilities integrated by highly automated cargo handling systems, they offer a complete range of time-efficient physical handling services designed to help speeding up business process.
Furthermore, SuperTerminal 1 contains world-class facilities capable of handling virtually all cargo types. It provides a two-storey Express Centre dedicated to the needs of integrators and express cargo operators for handling express cargo.
Edward Keller Limited
Diethelm Keller Siber Hegner (DKSH) is the No. 1 marketing services and distribution group in Asia. It was formed in June 2002 by bringing together three respected former trading companies, including Diethlem & Co., Ltd., Edward Keller Ltd. and SiberHegner & Co. Now DKSH is the third largest private enterprises in Switzerland.
Established in Hong Kong in 1923, Edward Keller Ltd. provides marketing and distribution services in various sectors such as Healthcare, Chemicals & Specialties, Consumer Products & Logistics, Food Ingredients and Technology. Its logistics centre in Kwai Chung has a total area of 550,000 sq ft and is equipped with advanced logistics and information system, which can perform multiple deliveries to any account each day.