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Hongkong International Terminals Limited (HIT)
is committed to supporting and 
contributing to the Hong Kong community.

We participate in a variety of community projects,
ranging from promoting traffic safety to spearheading
educational initiatives.
Caring the Community
HIT Community Caring Group (1)Caring Company – 2003 to present
HIT has been granted Ten Years Plus Caring Company Logo by Hong Kong Council of Social Services since 2014 in recognition of the company’s consistent work over the years as a good corporate citizen, taking care of the needs of its staff as well as underprivileged groups in the community.


HIT Community Caring Group (2)Community Caring Group (CCG)
Since its inception in 2002, the Community Caring Group (CCG) has been making valuable contributions to help the disadvantaged.
Among those that CCG aims to help are senior citizens, the disabled and the mentally challenged. Understanding that charity starts at home, CCG has been focusing its efforts in the Kwai Tsing and Tsuen Wan districts.

Working closely with HWL Volunteer Team and the Yan Chai Hospital Group, CCG actively organises outdoor activities, visits and festival celebrations. These activities also allow our volunteers to develop close relationships with the elderly people that we serve.  

CCG's efforts are highly recognised, with the majority of projects receiving support from HIT.

Graffiti WorkshopGraffiti Workshop
HIT and the Warehouse Teenage Club, a local NGO, jointly organised the first Graffiti Workshop for students in the Kwai Tsing area in 2014.  The workshop provides a platform for the students to learn about graffiti art.  The rubbish bins they painted are placed in HIT’s container yard to help promote the message of keeping the terminal environment clean.  In 2015, the coverage of the programme was extended to the elderly from South Kwai Chung Service Centre.  A terminal tour was also arranged for the elderly and students to learn more about the container terminal.

Helping the Community

Community Chest

Skip Lunch Day - 18 March 2016
Skip Lunch Day is a day for us to bring hope to the less fortunate by skipping our regular lunch and donating a small sum to the Chest.  456 staff members took part in Skip Lunch Day, and raised a total of HK$20,570 to support services for street sleepers, residents in cage homes and cubicles.
Love Teeth Day - 2 December 2015
Love Teeth Day aims to increase our awareness of oral health whilst raising funds for the needy. 507 staff donated a total of HK$27,429 to support oral health services provided by the Chest’s member agencies.
Dress Casual Day - 8 October 2015
Dress Casual Day is one of the most popular fund-raising events in Hong Kong. Participants can wear casual wear at work on that day to show that they care for the underprivileged. 170 staff members raised a total of HK$14,550 to support rehabilitation and aftercare services of the Chest.
Community Chest Green Day - 16 & 17 November 2014
Community Chest Green Day is held to arouse our awareness of environmental protection and raise funds for the Community Chest. 138 staff raised a total of HK$12,290 to support medical and health services provided by the Chest's member agencies. 

Hong Kong Red Cross

Blood Donation – 14 May 2015
In conjunction with the Hong Kong Red Cross Blood Transfusion Service, HIT held a blood drive on HIT premises in May. The Red Cross Mobile Team collected 51 units of blood. 

Promoting Road Safety
Kwai Tsing District Road Safety Campaign – Carnival
Each year HIT sponsors and manages an exhibition booth at the Kwai Tsing District Road Safety Campaign, which is organised by the Kwai Tsing District Council. For over 20 years, HIT has been a co-organiser of this event that aims to raise the road safety awareness of tractor drivers and the public.




Kwai Tsing District Road Safety Campaign - Internal Drivers Talk (1)Kwai Tsing District Road Safety Campaign -
Internal Drivers Talk

As part of the Kwai Tsing Road Safety Campaign, an Internal Truck Drivers Talk is held annually for internal tractor drivers. This event is organised in rotation, taking place at a different container terminal in the Kwai Tsing area each year.

Kwai Tsing District Road Safety Campaign - Internal Drivers Talk (2)The Institute of Advanced Motorists Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Police Force are invited to the event to promote the importance of road safety.