Logistics Committee

The Logistics Committee represents and promotes the collective interests of its members and the Chamber in all aspects of Logistics - including Distribution, E-Commerce, Transport, Shipping, Air Cargo and Ocean Freight - in Hong Kong, the Greater Bay Area and across the Asia region.

The committee provides advice to the General Committee on relevant matters and is the voice of the Chamber on sector-specific issues.

The committee participates authoritatively in consultations conducted by the government and other agencies; and actively supports logistics industry activities and events in Hong Kong, whilst connecting collaboratively with other logistics industry associations, organisations and committees. For British companies seeking to enter the Hong Kong, GBA and China markets, we provide a gateway to logistics knowledge, expertise and networks.

Join the Committee


Helen LiChairHutchison PortsRead moreRead lessHelen Li is Head of Research at Hutchison Ports, the world’s leading port network with container terminal operations spanning Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, the Americas and Australasia. She heads up a range of market research efforts and industry analyses. Prior to Hutchison Ports, Helen held various engineering positions in the oil & gas industry and the nuclear technology industry in Canada. She earned a Master of Business Administration from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, as well as a Master of Engineering and a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Chemical & Environmental Engineering from the University of Toronto.
Billy WongVice ChairCrown RelocationsRead moreRead lessBilly Wong is the Managing Director of Crown Worldwide Group, Greater China, has over 35 years of experience of moving operations. He is active in the regional development for the executive relocations industry and served as Chairman of the Far East Movers Assocation in 1999. Besides, he served as Chairman for the Hong Kong International Movers Association in 1998, 2001 and 2005. Mr. Wong is currently serving as Vice Chairman for the Chamber of Hong Kong Logistics Industry, a Committee Member of the Hong Kong Logistics Development Council, Hong Kong Management Associations, Federation of Hong Kong Industries Group 21 and Hong Kong R&D Centre for Logistics and Supply Chain Management Enabling Technologies. He is active in sports, music and cultural activities.
Kenneth BellVice ChairTradeport Hong Kong LtdRead moreRead lessKenneth Bell, Chief Executive Officer of Tradeport Hong Kong Ltd., has over 28 years of experience in the aviation, airport ground services, air cargo and logistics sectors with the Jardine Matheson Group. He started his career with Jardine Aviation Services at the Kai Tak Airport and prior to joining Tradeport in 2012, he was Managing Director of HACIS, the integrated logistics services subsidiary of HK Air Cargo Terminals Ltd. He also serves as the Chairman of the Shipping & Transport Committee of the HK General Chamber of Commerce and is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport.
Chee ChanMemberBritish Consulate-GeneralRead moreRead lessChee is an Assistant Director of Trade at the UK Department for International Trade (DIT) at the British Consulate-General in Hong Kong. He supports UK businesses to export their products and services to Hong Kong and Macao, and focuses particularly on the aviation and transport sectors. He has experience working at the UK Trade & Investment team (UKTI) leading on inbound investment on the retail and consumer goods sector. Prior to joining DIT/UKTI, Chee was an analyst at Tesco, specializing in the sourcing side of the business for Asia Pacific.
Edward BeeleyMemberHolman Fenwick WillanRead moreRead lessEdward is an Associate in Holman Fenwick Willan's Energy & Resources department. He holds a Masters in Engineering from Durham University, where he specialised in manufacturing and logistics. After graduating in 2008, Edward worked as a project manager at a Danish Forbes 150 multinational, including a year posted to their Netherlands headquarters. Having decided to pursue a legal career, Edward obtained a postgraduate LLB in 2012 and relocated to Hong Kong in 2014. As a qualified lawyer, Edward draws on his technical background and commercial experience to advise leading trading houses, logistics providers and financiers on international trade.
George EdmundsMemberCathay Pacific AirwaysRead moreRead lessGeorge Edmunds has been appointed General Manager Cargo Commercial for Cathay Pacific and took up the role in September 2020. Mr Edmunds has been with Cathay Pacific for four years. He started his career with the airline as Country Manager Indonesia in 2016 prior to taking up the post of Head of Revenue Management Operations in August 2018. Before joining Cathay Pacific, Mr Edmunds spent 11 years working in various roles and across a number of territories including Hong Kong, Australia, Papua New Guinea and Singapore in the Swire Group’s shipping business. He is a UK national and has lived in Asia for 15 years. Mr Edmunds holds a history degree from Edinburgh University, he is married with 3 children.
Jeong Ryun LeeMemberKPMGRead moreRead lessJR Lee joined KPMG Hong Kong since 2005, and has previously worked in KPMG in South Korea. Her professional and industry experience include auditing financial statements of listed companies (Hong Kong, USA) and multi-national companies in transport, technology and public sector, capital market transactions including initial public offering, bond offering, major transactions, and audit quality performance liaison partner of KPMG Hong Kong audit practice. JR is a member and a leader of certain Audit Quality projects in KPMG China Professional Activities, a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA)’s Qualification and Examination Board, and a member of a moderation sub-group for HKICPA’s qualification examination paper – Financial Reporting.
Jeremy MastersMemberShipping Masters HKRead moreRead lessJeremy Masters Managing Director of Shipping Masters HK and Peel Ports Growth and development Director for Asia has over 30 years experience in transportation and international trade in Hong Kong, The UK, Canada and Mauritius but has also had heavy exposure to developing business in the Indian Sub Cont, South America and Oceania. Jeremy spent a large part of his early career running trade and sales and service organisations in major container carriers before moving into downstream port activities and logistics. He started Shipping Masters two years ago and now uses his experience to help ports develop their Asian clients as well as assisting some logistics companies in their procurement ex Asia. His business has also expanded to helping European and North American small and mid sized companies increase their penetration of the Asia Market.
John ParkesMemberKerry Logistics (HK) LtdRead moreRead lessJohn Parkes is the Managing Director, Integrated Logistics at Kerry Logistics. He possesses 35 years experience in the transportation/logistics/supply chain industry, working in UK,Middle East,South Africa,Australia,China,Taiwan,Korea,Thailand,Malaysia,Singapore and Indonesia. He has concrete experience in solution design and development of multi-country supply chain solutions throughout Asia, also development of the new AustralAsian Trade Route through the Port of Darwin.
Dr Jonathan BeardMemberEYRead moreRead lessDr Beard is an Infrastructure Advisory Partner at Ernst & Young. He has advised on transportation policy and related infrastructure finance and development in over 25 countries and has guided the master-planning for some of the world’s largest and most successful ports, including Shanghai, Hong Kong and Port Klang, and the logistics development strategy for several major airports, including Hong Kong and Beijing’s New Second International Airport. Jonathan has provided market and technical advisory for M&As, PPPs and privatisations, and has worked extensively in the aviation and surface transportation sectors, advising on infrastructure investment, fare regulation, competition, the application of new mobility technologies, and economic and financial impact assessments. He was previously Head of Transportation and Logistics Consultancy in Asia for Arcadis and Vice President of ICF, responsible for the company’s greater China economic and policy consultancy. Jonathan holds a BA, MA and PhD from Cambridge University, and is a Certified Management Consultant, and a former Director of the Management Consultancies Association of Hong Kong and former President of the Hong Kong Institute of Management Consultants.
Kevin MartinMemberRead moreRead lessKevin Martin, General Counsel of TransAsia Private Capital Limited, a Hong Kong Headquartered asset manager, known for its private debt solutions across trade and related value chain financing. Kevin has over 15 years experience in the transport and logistics industry. Prior to his role at TransAsia, Kevin was a partner at Clyde & Co, an international law firm, where he advised clients on corporate and commercial transactions across the globe, with a particular focus on the insurance, and transport & logistics sectors.
Peter ColesMemberClyde & CoRead moreRead lessPeter Coles is recognised by legal and aviation industry directories as a leading aviation lawyer. Based in Hong Kong, he leads the APAC Aviation team at Clyde & Co which operates from Hong Kong, Singapore, Shanghai and Melbourne. Peter has 27 years’ experience working for the aviation industry, including working for the International Affairs and Planning and Cargo Services departments of Dragonair in 1993 and 1994 and working for legal practices in Hong Kong and Singapore over the last 22 years.
Philip MurtonMemberThe Royale International GroupRead moreRead lessPhil has been a Hong Kong resident since 1998 and worked at Royale International since 2002. After obtaining a BSc in Geography/Geology from the University of Birmingham, Phil’s career at Royale has seen him develop from an initial Operations role through to present day Sales Director. This has involved representing the company across Europe, the Middle East, the US and APAC in a predominantly sales capacity. Royale offers services including international courier, air freight, warehousing, mail/fulfilment, pharmaceutical shipping, time critical service and bespoke solutions. In more recent years Phil has been responsible for developing the group’s e-commerce vertical and setting up new networks across APAC to meet this burgeoning demand. Phil also sits on the board and is involved in strategy and growth plans for the group globally. In his spare time, Phil follows his beloved Brentford FC and is a self-proclaimed aviation geek.
Sancia YanMemberSanta Fe RelocationRead moreRead lessRaised, educated and living in Hong Kong since 1994, studied Japanese in Japan, Sancia has 10+ years of experience in commercial sales and account management. As a Regional Sales Director in North Asia from Santa Fe Relocation since 2016, her current role focusses on leading and supporting a team of 6 sales managers in Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea and Taiwan to develop, engage and create values for all scales of clients’ relocation journeys from Domestic and International Moving, Visa & Immigration, Destination services and Assignment Management solutions. Sancia received a master's degree in Management from University College Dublin. She was attested as “Global Mobility Specialist” by Worldwide ERC and accredited in Global Mobility training and assessment program with the RES Forum. Sancia is also a committee member in American Chamber and British Chamber in Hong Kong.
Tammie ChoiMemberCWK CPA LimitedRead moreRead lessTammie is a Managing Partner of CWK CPA Limited, a CPA firm group with headquarter in Hong Kong. The firm is one of the registered Public Interest Entities auditors in Hong Kong, which provides auditing and related services for listed groups and multinational conglomerates. Prior to setting up the firm, Tammie has worked in the Hong Kong and Japan offices of a Big 4 CPA firm and led the internal auditing team of an airline company with headquarter in Hong Kong. In her leisure time, she enjoys travelling, cooking and meeting friends.
Wai-duen LeeMemberEYRead moreRead lessWai-duen Lee is Director of Strategy and Transactions at Ernst & Young. She has advised clients in the infrastructure sector – especially travel and transport-related projects, and the public services sector for two decades. Her projects have footprints in more than 21 countries, covering all modes of transport: sea, air, surface / land, and new technologies, ranging from local initiatives to regional strategies and masterplans of the world’s busiest seaports and airports. Wai-duen received her BSc (Hons) and BA from the University of California in Berkeley, and Master in City Planning from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.