Chu Kong Passenger Transport Company Limited

Corporate Profile

In 1985, CKSP has been timely opening a new era of passenger transport in Southern China.

 

CKSP is a wholly own subsidiary by Chu Kong Shipping Enterprises (Group) Company Limited in Hong Kong. It was founded in 1985, specializing in high-speed ferry operations and related services, running high-speed ferry routes between Pearl River Delta and Hong Kong China Ferry Terminal, the urban routes of Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal, and the routes to SkyPier at Hong Kong International Airport. In recent years, CKSP has more successfully developed new routes from Hong Kong to Macau and Pearl River Delta. By centering Hong Kong and Macau, it has completely built up a production chain including all relevant business areas such as passenger agent, ticket sales, passenger transport, terminal, terminal operations and baggage handling.

 

Over 30 years, CKSP rapidly grew up and developed in the cross-boundary passenger transport market of Hong Kong, Macau and Pearl River Delta depending on its “safety, speediness, convenience and comfortable” service. CKSP currently runs over 200 sailing per day traveling on more than 20 routes between Pearl River Delta, Hong Kong and Macau. The annual passenger transport volume is over 10 million and the accumulated passenger transport volume is over 100 million.

 

Moreover, CKSP built up very good working relationships with many domestic and foreign airlines, and travel agencies. The registered trademark “CKS” has become a well-known brand name throughout the land of Pearl River Delta, Hong Kong and Macau. CKSP high-speed ferry service has obviously become a preferred means of transport for passengers traveling between Pearl River Delta, Hong Kong and Macau and transit to other parts of the world.

 

In the future, CKSP will continually insist its core brand operation strategies “Relying on the brand resources and expanding the brand effect”, and gradually form a seamless transportation hub by land, sea and air. "CKS" brand will follow the world trend, opening a new chapter of modern cross-border passenger transport.

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