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20 September 2019Friday

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Grand Hall Hong Kong Science Park

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LSCM Logistics Summit 2019

 

Under the theme of ‘The Pivotal Role of Hong Kong in the Greater Bay Area’, the LSCM Logistics Summit 2019 will assemble the industry experts, government officials, business leaders, and many others to explore the opportunity of developing, facilitating, and bringing innovative technology to the industry so as to foster further development and expansion in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (Greater Bay Area). The Summit is undoubtedly an excellent opportunity for the guests to gain insights into the recent technological advancements and build network for collaboration. With the insightful presentations by renowned speakers, informative exhibition, and demonstrations of the latest technologies developed by LSCM and its partners, the Summit is an event that you should not miss. Be ready to gain an in-depth and practical understanding of potential business expansion with the adoption of innovation and technology.

 

 

INSIGHTFUL SHARING

10+ KEYNOTE SPEECHES

NETWORKING

800+ ATTENDANCE

INTERACTION

20+ SOLUTION SHOWCASES

OUR AGENDA

Below is the programme for the Summit. We will regularly update the details of each session and speaker - be sure to check in from time to time!

Morning Session
   
09:00

Registration and Networking


09:30

Welcome Remarks

Dr Sunny CHAI, BBS
Chairman of the Board of Directors, Logistics and Supply Chain MultiTech R&D Centre / The Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation


09:40

Opening Remarks

Mr CHAN Mo-po, Paul, GBM, GBS, MH, JP
Financial Secretary, The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region


09:50

Group Photo


10:00

Keynote Speech: Defy Uncertainties - Connect, Excel and Build the Best Future for Hong Kong Industries

 

Defy Uncertainties - Connect, Excel and Build the Best Future for Hong Kong Industries

The escalating US-China trade and tech war, worrying geopolitical and geo-economic tensions, increasing business costs, weakening global economic growth, etc., have been sending the financial markets on a roller coaster and forcing the long-standing supply chains to undergo a dramatic transformation. While the global economy is being pushed closer and closer to a crossroads, both American and Chinese enterprises have been reeling from the hit. Adding to these woes is the shift away from globalisation to strategic concentration in certain markets, which call for responsive actions for enterprises to survive and reinvigorate.

This will be wrenching and even painful for the manufacturing industries. Yet, every cloud has a silver lining. Entrepreneurs should also see US’s trade belligerence as an opportunity to re-think not just their market approaches but the whole supply chains and business models. In this speech, Dr Daniel Yip, as the Chairman of the Federation of Hong Kong Industries and an industrialist with more than 30 years of experience in manufacturing and international trade, will share his thoughts on how Hong Kong industries could brace for the headwinds. He will talk about three major areas – strategic market and production diversification, efficiency and agility enhancement as well as innovation. In particular, he will focus on how Hong Kong’s prime location at the heart of Asia and many other strengths could assist the industries in capitalising on the opportunities arising from the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area through connecting with the right parties and resources, thereby exceling and becoming the front-runner in global competition.

Dr Daniel YIP
Chairman, Federation of Hong Kong Industries


10:20

Keynote Speech: “Customs to help harness collective strengths in the Greater Bay Area”

 

“Customs to help harness collective strengths in the Greater Bay Area”

Being our country’s south gate and a member of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Development, the Hong Kong Customs assumes the prime roles of “gate keeper” and “trade facilitator” for Hong Kong and the region.  Specifically, the Hong Kong Customs helps pool our strength to win by enhancing the connectivity as well as facilitating trade within the Bay Area.  For instance, to enhance the connectivity, Customs provides highly efficient clearance service at all cross-boundary control points and works closely with Customs administrations in the Bay Area in upholding effective boundary management.  On trade facilitation, the Hong Kong Customs puts in place multi-faceted measures, such as the Single E-lock Scheme, Authorized Economic Operator Programme, Wine Facilitation Scheme, etc.  Looking ahead, the Hong Kong Customs will help put our heads together to succeed by developing the Smart Customs with innovation and technology as key focus so as to further help harness the collective strengths of the Greater Bay Area to seize the opportunities ahead.

Mr Hermes TANG, C.D.S.M, C.M.S.M
Commissioner, Customs and Excise Department, The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region


10:40

Keynote Speech: How To Scale A Company Globally In Five Years

Mr Shing CHOW
Founder and CEO, Lalamove


11:00

Coffee Break


11:30

Keynote Speech: Role of “eBRAM ODR” in the Greater Bay Area

 

Role of “eBRAM ODR” in the Greater Bay Area

eBRAM International Online Dispute Resolution Centre Limited is a start-up, not-for-profit organisation established under Hong Kong law. It was formed in 2018 with the support of:

  • Asian Academy of International Law Ltd. (AIIL);
  • Hong Kong Bar Association;
  • The Law Society of Hong Kong; and
  • Logistics and Supply Chain MultiTech R&D Centre Ltd.

eBRAM is currently designing its Online Dispute Resolution (ODR) platform making use of emerging technologies including blockchain, artificial intelligence, soft robot and cloud. Cyber security and data privacy are our main focus to ensure protection of all eBRAM users documents uploaded to the platform and of audio and video communication. The platform is expected to be operational in early 2020.

The presentation will introduce the concept and key functions of the eBRAM. It will focus on how the eBRAM can support business-to-business transactions in the Greater Bay Area (GBA) and beyond by providing a user-friendly and secure online platform for businesses to negotiate contracts and, should any differences arise between businesses, to assist them to resolve their disputes in a fair, cost-effective, speedy and secure manner through negotiation, mediation and arbitration.

Mr Daniel LAM, SBS, JP
Chief Executive Officer, eBRAM Centre Limited


11:50

Keynote Speech: The Role of Zhuhai in the Development of Logistics Industry in the Greater Bay Area

 

The Role of Zhuhai in the Development of Logistics Industry in the Greater Bay Area

The development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area will bring about more business opportunities to the cities within the region, while fostering growth of their economy.  The HK-Zhuhai Trade Facilitation Platform (eFTP) developed by LSCM is one-stop trade service support platform. It helps to enhance the efficiency of the flow of goods,  thereby cultivating a better business environment.

The speaker will address the role of Zhuhai in the development of logistics industry in the Greater Bay Area and discuss how Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macau could make use of technology to facilitate communication and collaboration so as to enhance the competitiveness of businesses in the region internationally.

Mr WANG Wei
Deputy Director of the Zhuhai Municipal Bureau of Commerce

Mr King GUO
Executive Director, Zhuhai Electronic Port Management Ltd.


12:15

Keynote Speech: Innovation and Technology for the Greater Bay Area

Mr Simon WONG
Chief Executive Officer, Logistics and Supply Chain MultiTech R&D Centre


Afternoon Session
   
13:00

Networking Luncheon


14:30

Keynote Speech: Innovation Facilitator @Government – Co-create with the GBA

 

Innovation Facilitator@Government : Co-create with Greater Bay Area

The Electrical & Mechanical Services Department (EMSD) is one of the two innovation facilitators of the HK Government tasked to help government departments identify suitable I&T solutions for enhancing service to the public and transforming Hong Kong into a smarter city.

The EMSD serves the purpose by building up collaborative MoC partnerships with local universities and research institutions, establishing the shared we-based platform “E&M InnoPortal”, and organising various promotion activities such as Technology Days, InnoZone, symposiums, etc.  I&T solutions are showcased and shared, as well as matched with the needs of government departments, benefitting the community and driving technological development.

The Greater Bay Area (GBA) as a whole is a vast R&D setup and market, bringing tremendous opportunities to Hong Kong for exchange of technology knowhow, inter-flow of talent, and co-creation of solutions, as well as business opportunities.  The EMSD strives to be a “super connector” in lining up the E&M sectors of GBA cities through MoCs with mainland counterparts, including the Guangzhou Municipal Human Resources & Social Security Bureau, Guangdong Provincial Association for Science & Technology, Guangdong Academy of Sciences, Guangdong Productivity Centre and other professional bodies.  The E&M InnoPortal shall be extended to the GBA for identification of feasibility I&T solutions to meet the local challenges across the GBA cities.  EMSD envisions to contribute in co-creating the GBA cities as an international I&T hub.

Ir Eric PANG, JP
Deputy Director, Electrical and Mechanical Services Department


14:50

Keynote Speech: The Development and Opportunities of Shenzhen Pingshan District in the Greater Bay Area

 

The Development and Opportunities of Shenzhen Pingshan District in the Greater Bay Area

Focus: Shenzhen is one of the key cities in the country’s strategic development plan of the Greater Bay Area. Being a major district in the northeast of Shenzhen, Pingshan district will benefit from the Greater Bay Area development. The presentation will focus on the district’s transportation and infrastructure, economic development, industry opportunities, innovation and technology, public facilities for daily necessities, ecological and cultural environment, etc. to discuss how the industry could make use of the potential of the Pingshan district to grasp the opportunities brought about by the Greater Bay Area development.

Mr HUANG Kun
Deputy-General, Pingshan Investment Promotion Service Bureau of Shenzhen Municipality

 


15:10

Coffee Break


15:40

Keynote Speech: LSCMs Innovation and Technology

LSCM’s Research & Technology Development Directors

  • Dr KL FAN, Director/Chief Researcher, Research & Technology Development (Robotics & Control), LSCM
  • Dr CH CHENG, Director, Research & Technology Development, LSCM
  • Dr CD SHUM, Director, Research & Technology Development (FSEC), LSCM
  • Mr Martin LAI, Assistant Director, Technology Development, LSCM

16:30

Q&A


* Programme rundown is subject to change without prior notice

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