Board of Directors

MA Wing Kai William

Group Managing Director


Aged 56, is the Group Managing Director of the Company.

 

Mr Ma joined the group of Kerry Holdings Limited (a subsidiary of Kerry Group Limited, which is the controlling shareholder of the Company) in September 1990 and served as an executive director of Kerry Properties Limited (“KPL”) (a company listed on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited with stock code 683), a controlling shareholder of the Company, from March 2004 to November 2013.

 

In June 1999, Mr Ma became director and general manager of Kerry Godown Holdings (BVI) Limited (“Kerry Godown”). He then transformed Kerry Godown into Kerry Warehouse Holdings Limited and successfully spearheaded the formation of the Company in 2000. During the entire restructure and transformation of the Company, he established full-fledged logistics services locally, regionally and globally. Business territories spread from Hong Kong to Mainland China, from Asia Pacific to Europe, the Americas, and Africa. He was designated as Deputy Chairman & Managing Director of the Company in April 2004 and since spinning off of the Company from KPL in December 2013, he has been Group Managing Director as of to date.  Mr Ma has also been a director of Kerry TJ Logistics Company Limited (a company listed on Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation with stock code 2608), a deemed subsidiary of the Company, since November 2008.

 

Mr Ma had served as Director and/or an Advisory Board Member in various HKSAR government committees, quasi-government bodies, non-government organisations and education institutions over the years.

 

In November 2017, Mr Ma was selected as an awardee for Directors of Year Awards 2017 in the Executive Directors category of Listed Companies (SEHK – Hang Seng Indexes Constituents) organised by The Hong Kong Institute of Directors.

 

Mr Ma obtained his bachelor of science (management sciences) honours degree from the University of Lancaster, the United Kingdom in 1985, and completed an executive supply chain program at Harvard Business School in 2000.