We drive sustainable behaviour beyond our terminal, with our business partners and neighbours. This means maximising long-term value and creating positive impacts for those with whom we do business, and the communities which we serve.
Value Chain Management
We maintain robust supplier and customer relationships, and deploy the latest technology to create a smarter, more connected and more agile business offering.
Community Engagement and Collaboration
We collaborate with our partners and communities to promote sustainable development beyond our terminal.
We are committed to fostering a Green Terminal in alignment with the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Explore what we have done
Breathing new life into wood
With the help of Cou Tou Studio, a social enterprise dedicated to upcycling wood, we used discarded wooden pallets from SuperTerminal 1 to make furniture and unique wooden chess boards for TOUCH, a sub-centre operated by the Neighbourhood Advice-Action Council. The chessboards enable ethnic minority students from the Tung Chung community to learn about the aviation industry in a fun and engaging way, while interacting with each other.Social Inclusivity through Upcycling
Hactl supported the CareER RunnERthon 2022 as a Gold Sponsor, and also fielded 104 staff to participate in the fundraising event. They took part in a variety of sports and physical activities to beat targets set by the organiser for calories burnt. In total, the Hactl team burned 643,381.9 calories.
We also participated in CareER's Inclusive Recruitment Fair and Disability Inclusion Index. Through consultation with CareER and information exchange with participating organisations, we will continue to build a more inclusive workplace for persons with various disabilities.
Powering up together
Since 2013, we have supported Green Power and taken part in its annual Green Power Hike fundraising event. In 2022, 108 of our staff participated, hiking a total of 2,550km with their families and friends. We are proud to have won three titles in the event's Aviation and Airport Services Cup: the “Active Green Award”, first runner-up in the “Green Enthusiast Award”, and the “Outstanding Green Award” for being the second highest fund-raiser.
Striding out for mental health
We participated, as usual, in “Walk Up Jardine House” - an annual fundraiser for Jardine Matheson Group's mental health charity MINDSET. To preserve social distancing, this year's participants recorded their steps for 14 days on remotely located treadmills. Hactl team took third place in the Corporate Challenge, and two of our colleagues excelled in the Individual Challenge, taking the champion and third place titles.
Mooncakes that made a difference
To maintain our sustainability commitment while thanking our customers and staff, we sent them an attractive Mid-Autumn gift box. Its zero-waste design included re-purposing as a night light. The packaging included illustrations created by children from under-privileged families. We even included a recipe for using any leftover mooncakes.
Bringing joy to children from under-privileged families
Many under-privileged families lack the resources to purchase books for their children, so we collected and donated over 300 children's story books in collaboration with social enterprise “Rolling Books” and a community programme “One Bite Social”. We also staged a moon-themed storytelling session and craft workshop, to encourage children from under-privileged families to create their own collages. Our aim was to help bring equal learning opportunities to children regardless of their socio-economic backgrounds.
Extending partnership with like-minded organisations
To achieve sustainability, it is important to broaden our impact through different initiatives both at a local and global level. In 2022, we formed a new partnership with Crossroad, a logistic-focused NGO, and donated used chairs from our training rooms to schools in Ghana. We also gave away discarded wooden pallets for Crossroad's new programme exhibition at their campus. A simulation session was also organised to allow Hactl Sustainability Team to learn about poverty.
Leveraging cutting-edge technology
Hactl's 1,400 pallet dollies are deployed all over the massive Hong Kong airport site, and are often used by third parties. Locating them for re-use, maintenance or repair was time-consuming and labour-intensive. So, in 2022, we worked with a supplier to develop the Hactl Fleet Monitoring System (FMS), which uses telematics for real-time tracking and condition reporting of our pallet dollies - cutting manpower costs and reducing emissions.Hactl Fleet Monitoring System
Don't take our word for it
2022 Social Capital Builder Awards
Social Capital Builder Logo Award
Community Investment and Inclusion Fund
Social Enterprise Supporter Award Scheme
Social Enterprise Supporter Plus Award 2022
Fullness Social Enterprises Society Limited
15 Years Plus Caring Company
The Hong Kong Council of Social Services