Lilian Chan takes new role at Hactl

Lilian Chan, executive director of Hactl – Hong Kong’s largest cargo handler – is taking up a new role as global ambassador for the company from February.
Chan – for many years the commercial head of Hactl – will dispense with all office-based duties and administration, to focus on maintaining and developing customer relationships on a global basis. She will continue to represent Hactl at key industry conferences and events.
Chan’s successor as executive director of commercial and business development will be Vivien Lau, managing director of Hacis (Hactl’s added-value logistics subsidiary) since October 2012.
Hactl chief executive Mark Whitehead says: “Lilian has worked enormously hard in her employment with Hactl, has made a major contribution to our success and has given us our firm footing in the industry.”
Says Chan: “Hactl has been a very large part of my life for the past decade; it would have been very difficult for me to make a total break from the company. This new role allows me to focus on that part of my job which I enjoy most – interacting with our valued customers around the world – and I very much look forward to meeting existing and future customers in my new capacity.”
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