Contineo Media ranks as one of Asia’s leading business-business information providers. Headquartered in Singapore, Contineo Media also operates in China with office in Beijing.
As a multi-platform information provider, Contineo Media connects buyers and sellers through its print products, websites, electronic newsletters, e-books, video channels, conferences and industry awards.
Contineo Media’s expertise is focused on Broadcast content and production as well as Manufacturing. Brands in its stable include Television Asia Plus, Asia Image, Asia Audio, Asia Food Journal, Control Engineering Asia, Logistics Insights Asia, Payload Asia and PharmaAsia. Brand extensions in China include 亚洲影像， 亚洲工控工程 和 中国电子制造。
Leading industry awards organized by Contineo Media include the Asian Television Awards, Asian Manufacturing Awards, EMC Innovation Awards and Payload Asia Awards.
The Trade Magazine for the Asia-Pacific & Middle East Regions
Established in 1984, Payload Asia continues to be the respected industry voice of the air freight industry in the Asia-Pacific and India-Middle East regions. With experienced air cargo correspondents around the world reporting to the publication’s editor based in Singapore, Payload Asia’s breadth and depth of news and analysis of industry developments and trends from an Asian regional perspective is unparalleled. Alongside Singapore-based editor Donald Urquhart is his team of regularly contributing specialists in Hong Kong, Bangkok, New Delhi, the UK, Germany and the US, as well as a handful of ad hoc contributors around the globe.
Connecting the Supply Chain
Logistics Insight Asia is a go-to resource for professionals in manufacturing industries across the region looking to make real and lasting improvements in their companies’ supply chain and logistics performance. Unique in its scope of coverage – which goes all the way from top floor supply chain strategies, to software solutions, to tracking technology, right down to handling and storage equipment on the warehouse floor – Logistics Insight Asia targets the needs of executives, managers, and engineers responsible for the various elements of their company’s logistics activities and infrastructure.
The AAPA is the trade association for scheduled international airlines based in the Asia Pacific region. The AAPA permanent secretariat is headquartered in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with international representation in Brussels and Washington, D.C. Collectively, the Asian airlines carry 948 million passengers and 18 million tonnes of cargo, representing one-third of global passenger traffic and two-fifths of global air cargo traffic respectively, and thus play a critically important role in the ongoing development of global aviation.
AAPA speaks with a common voice on behalf of Asia Pacific carriers and puts forward Asian perspectives when dealing with governments, aircraft manufacturers, airport authorities and other organisations on key aviation policy issues.
The Federation of Asia-Pacific Aircargo Associations (FAPAA) was formed in 1985 and has grown to include 18 countries and regional members: Australia; Bangladesh; Brunei; Hong Kong, SAR; India; Indonesia; Japan; South Korea; Macau, SAR; Malaysia; Nepal; New Zealand; Pakistan; Philippines; Singapore; Sri Lanka; Taiwan (ROC); and Thailand. FAPAA was created to provide a body focused on the particular needs of the members of its constituent Country /or Region Associations and to enhance the growth and development of Aircargo services within the Asia-Pacific.
Invest Hong Kong (InvestHK) is the government department of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region responsible for Foreign Direct Investment, supporting overseas and Mainland businesses to set up and expand in Hong Kong. Its mission is to attract and retain foreign direct investment which is of strategic importance to the economic development of Hong Kong. Since its inception in 2000, the Department has helped thousands of companies from all over the world to set up or expand in Hong Kong.
All our services are free and customised to clients’ needs, including information on business incorporation procedures, tax and business regulations, cost of business models, trade mark registration, IP and trade regulations, license applications, employment legislation, immigration requirements and information tailored to individual companies. We also offer advice on housing, schooling, healthcare and business networking as well as publicity and public relations support.
For more information, please visit www.investhk.gov.hk
Founded in 1966 as the Association of Hong Kong Air Freight Forwarding Agents (AHAFA), the Hongkong Association of Freight Forwarding and Logistics Limited (HAFFA) is a non-profit making organization which promotes, protects and develops the carriage of goods (by different modes of transport), and the businesses of cargo forwarding agents, cargo forwarders and logistics service providers in particular. Representing many sectors of the freight logistics industry, HAFFA membership consists of both local and international companies of all sizes. Now with over 320 corporate members, which handle a significant percentage of air freight, sea freight and contract logistics in Hong Kong, HAFFA acts as an authoritative voice for the industry.Hong Kong Logistics Association founded in 1996 is one of the leading pioneers in promoting logistics and supply chain management in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Logistics Association founded in 1996 is one of the leading pioneers in promoting logistics and supply chain management in Hong Kong.
We offer the following types of membership:
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILTS) is a worldwide organisation of professionals engaged in Logistics and Transport, CILTS was formed in the UK in 1919 and Singapore (CILTS) in 1971.
In 2000, CILTS launched Certified Professional Logistics (CPL) and 2006, logistics e-learning modules.
For more information, visit www.cilt.org.sg
CILT Hong Kong (www.cilt.org.hk) was set up in 1968 and is one of the 32 CILT global chapters. Currently, the membership of CILTHK is around 1,800 and broadly ranges from experienced senior manager to junior staff in the industries of shipping, logistics, airline, railway, road, public transport, government, educational institutes and consultancy.
The Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA), founded in 1997, a non-profit organization, is a unique forum that unites global manufacturers, logistics providers, freight carriers, law enforcement agencies, and other stakeholders with the common aim of reducing losses from international supply chains.
TAPA’s mission is to minimize cargo losses from the supply chain. TAPA achieves this through the development and application of global security standards, recognized industry practices, technology, education, benchmarking, regulatory collaboration, and the proactive identification of crime trends and supply chain security threats.
TAPA assists manufacturers and logistics service providers to achieve
supply chain resilience.
• Industry-leading supply chain Security Standards and training courses
• Cargo crime intelligence and incident alerts
• Conferences and regional events
• Unique networking opportunities with other supply chain security professionals
SAAA was formed with the aim of advocating the promotion, protection and development of the business of carriage of goods by air transportation in general and the air cargo forwarding business in particular.
As an active player in the air logistics industry, participations in industry-related committees are essential to ensure that there are representations to further enhance the industry.
• Federation of Asia-Pacific Aircargo Associations (FAPAA)
• International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations (FIATA)
• ASEAN Federation of Forwarders Associations (AFFA)
• International Air Transport Association (IATA)
As of Jan 2016, we have 145 members, 108 Ordinary and 37 Associate.
In 1961, The Federation of Hong Kong Industries created the Freight Joint Committee which lead to the creation of the Hong Kong Shippers’ Council in 1967 and became a government-subvented organisation in 1976.
Consisting of 16 trade associations, the Council serves to protect and promote the interests of Hong Kong exporters and importers, traders and manufacturers in matters relating to the transportation of merchandise by sea, land and air.
Additionally, the Council works to maintain a level playing field between shippers and service providers, such as shipping lines, airfreight carriers, logistics service providers and freight forwarders.
The Council represents Hong Kong shippers overseas and is a member of regional and international shippers’ councils, including the Global Shippers’ Alliance, the Asian Shippers’ Alliance, the Asian Shippers’ Council, the Cross Strait Shippers’ Alliance, the Federation of ASEAN Shippers’ Councils (FASC).
Together, these organisations work side-by-side in shaping the regulatory environment on issues relating to the shipping and transportation of goods on a local, regional, and global level.
MAB Kargo Sdn Bhd connects the world’s major cargo hubs via its scheduled and chartered freighter services. It also offers belly space capacity on Malaysia Airlines passenger fleet as well as cargo ground handling services. At KLIA, its home base is the Advanced Cargo Centre, a 108-acre complex designed especially for MAB Kargo’s sophisticated state-of-the-art cargo handling facilities with the ability to handle up to one million tonnes of cargo annually. These features have given MAB Kargo the recognition as a major regional cargo hub within a free commercial zone.
Changi Airport Group (CAG) is the airport company managing Singapore Changi Airport, the world’s most awarded airport. CAG undertakes key functions focusing on airport operations and management, air hub development, commercial activities and airport emergency services.
Singapore Changi Airport is served by more than 110 airlines flying to some 320 cities in 79 countries
and territories worldwide. Among these, 22 airlines operate more than 300 weekly scheduled freighter and belly hold flights linking Singapore to 52 cities in 18 countries. Changi is one of the world’s top 10 largest cargo airport based on international freight volume. Visit our website at www.changiairport.com/cargo.
Hactl is the leading air cargo terminal operator in Hong Kong. Its SuperTerminal 1 base is the world’s single largest multi-level air cargo terminal. Operating since 1976, Hactl has made a major contribution to the growth of Hong Kong International Airport into the world’s busiest air cargo hub. Hactl was the first air cargo terminal operator in the world to achieve the ISAGO standard, and the first in Hong Kong to obtain Cargo 2000 Quality Management System certification, ISO 50001:2011 Energy Management Systems certification, EU Regulated Agents (RA3) certification, and GDP certification for pharmaceuticals.
With its dedicated team of highly-experienced and professionally trained employees, its award-winning COSAC-Plus air cargo management system, and comprehensive, tried and proven cargo handling facilities, Hactl is the trusted ground handling partner for over 100 airlines and 1,000 freight forwarders. Hactl also offers complementary integrated logistics solutions through its wholly-owned subsidiary Hacis – whose SuperLink China Direct customs-bonded, cross-border trucking system connects Southern China with the world via Hong Kong.
Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) has been the world’s busiest air cargo hub since 2010, handling 4.38 million tonnes of cargo last year. Strategically located within five hours’ flight time from half the world’s population, the airport manages approximately 1,100 flights daily to some 190 destinations. With superb connectivity and flight frequency, HKIA has established itself as a favourable international cargo hub.
With four state-of- the-art cargo terminals, HKIA offers round-the- clock operations and seamless customs clearance that ensure efficient and quality service. The impending three-runway system development will further enhance the airport’s operational efficiency and strengthen its leading market position.
Brussels Airport is centrally located in the most important economic area of Europe, where 60% of GDP is done. Next to the existing operation of our Full Freighter airlines, Brussels Airport has known a fast growth in terms of long haul flights, resulting in additional direct connections in our network.
Brussels Airport is an important cargo hub and a leading gateway for the transportation of pharmaceuticals and other time end temperature sensitive goods. Brussels Airport is the most strategic location in Europe, reflected by its role as a valued European Distribution hub. An ideal location for storage, handling and shipping of high value and time sensitive products.
Singapore Airlines Cargo (SIA Cargo) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Singapore Airlines Limited, and operates a dedicated fleet of Boeing 747-400 freighters. With the management of the cargo capacity of passenger aircraft operated by Singapore Airlines, SilkAir, Scoot and NokScoot, SIA Cargo operates to over 100 destinations in more than 35 countries around the world.