Hactl boss to step down in March

Written by: Alwyn Brice |
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Mark Whitehead, Chief Executive of Hong Kong Air Cargo Terminals, is set to retire on March 7.

Whitehead has spent nearly eight years at the helm of Hactl and his place will be taken by Wilson Kwong. Kwong is currently the Chief Executive of Jardine Engineering Corporation.

Whitehead commented: “I welcome Wilson to Hactl, and I am confident that Hactl will flourish under his proven leadership. He will be supported by our unique team, and I wish them all the best.”

Whitehead joined Hactl in 2010, with the specific task of steering the company through the biggest challenge in its history: the loss of its majority shareholder and major customer, Cathay Pacific, which in turn became Hactl’s competitor.


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