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Kerry Logistics receives recognition from Bloomberg Businessweek/Chinese Edition

Ellis Cheng, chief financial officer of Kerry Logistics (right), receives the Bloomberg Businessweek/Chinese Edition – Listed Enterprises of the Year 2019 trophy

Kerry Logistics Network Limited has been named among the awardees recognised as ‘Listed Enterprises of the Year 2019’ by Bloomberg Businessweek/Chinese Edition.

Organised each year by Bloomberg Businessweek/Chinese Edition, the award is the only event applying Bloomberg Terminal data to analyse listed enterprises in Hong Kong.

Awardees are judged by a panel made up of senior government officials, professionals and academics according to business/financial performance, corporate governance, investor relationship, development strategy, corporate social responsibility, sustainability, innovation and risk management.

William Ma, group managing director of Kerry Logistics, commented: “We are grateful to the organiser for once again including us among the cream of the crop in the Hong Kong business world.

“As a Hong Kong-listed company, we always do our best to abide by the highest standards of corporate governance, as well as contributing to the prosperity of the city in which we are rooted.

“This encouragement and recognition will continue empowering us to maintain a socially responsible and sustainable business operation, and pursue innovation and development that is beneficial to all our stakeholders,” Ma added.

Earlier this month (November), Kerry Logistics won two titles at the 2019 Frost & Sullivan Asia Pacific Best Practices Awards for the third year in a row.

It was named Asia Pacific Logistics Service Provider of the Year and Asia Pacific Road Freight Service Provider of the Year at the awards ceremony in Singapore, which was organised by business consulting company Frost & Sullivan.

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