Today sees the launch of Splash’s first magazine – a special on Hong Kong. More than 250 people were surveyed in compiling this groundbreaking market report on the key Asian shipping hub. The magazine will be prominently distributed across the many events taking place in the Special Administrative Region’s de facto shipping week coming up next week.
The glossy magazine features a survey where the private sector outlines its wishlist for the local government to act to up the city’s maritime status. Elsewhere, Splash looks at how the Hong Kong Shipping Register, the fourth largest shipping flag in the world, could improve. The fading fortunes of the port are analysed, human resouces issues are covered, the new head of the Marine Department gives one of her first media interviews plus there’s a handy travel guide to the former British colony.
Commented Splash editorial director, Sam Chambers: “This magazine serves as a soapbox for the city’s owners in their fight to get the local government to promote maritime more. No other Hong Kong shipping report delivers such in depth understanding of the issues facing this great shipping cluster.”
Readers can access the full magazine online for free by clicking here.