Events and Activities

22 Aug 2014

課程大綱包括: 管制代理人制度的目的,國際及香港法例,管制代理人的責任,已知托運人、帳戶托運人或非已知托運人托運的貨物之處理,豁免貨物,如何識別一個已知的托運人,接收貨物程序(文件查核/外觀檢查),不同申報單的運用,保安措施,管制代理人之間的貨物處理(集運/運提單轉讓),安全控制的類型,貨倉承辦商和運輸承辦商的要求,記錄備存,可疑貨物的處理,質量控制規定和筆試。

Advanced Certificate in Shipping and Logistics (Sept 2014 - May 2015)

This course was originally conducted by the Hong Kong Shippers’ Council and various other shipping organizations in transport and logistics to train new entrants to the sector. Industry professionals and experienced practitioners impart knowledge on logistics and the supply chain in Hong Kong, China and Asia Pacific, and explain the Best Practices principles that guide the industry today. The course has been assimilated by the HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education (HKU SPACE) and is part of an academic path to higher academic/professional qualifications. The lectures are conducted in English, supplemented by Cantonese. Handouts and exams are in English. Please see the brochure for entry requirements, application form and other course particulars.

IATA Dangerous Goods (Practical) Certification Course (for Cat 1.3.6 Personnel)

It is a requirement by law that comprehensive and approved training must be given to all personnel involved in handling of dangerous goods. This in-depth program could provide practical skills and techniques to participant in the handling of dangerous goods........

New Diesel Discount Project

The Council has been looking for ways to help the trading and logistics industry in reducing costs brought on by high fuel costs. With the support and subsidy of the Hong Kong Logistics Development Council, the Council launched a diesel discount project that involved offering Caltex stored-value card at discounted price in June 2009. The Council now comes up with a much improved scheme. For details, please refer to the following notice and application form.

Port Security Charge

A Port Security Charge (PSC) will be collected starting August 15, 2006, by the container terminal operators at the port of Hong Kong, for all import and export laden containers, with the exception of international transshipment boxes and empties, at a charge of HK$20 per TEU and HK$30 per …
The Hong Kong Shippers' Council