Cargo terminal hosts Mexican delegation

Sinaloa officials, shippers and agents tour facilities

Cathay Pacific Services Limited (CPSL), which operates the Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal welcomed a delegation from the Mexican State of Sinaloa in September. The group included government officials from the Ministry of Economy for the State of Sinaloa, some perishable shippers and cargo agents from the region. Jenny Lam, CEO of CPSL, escorted the delegation on a tour of the state-of the-art facilities. The group went on to visit Cathay City, Cathay Pacific’s Hong Kong headquarters.

Sinaloa, which is the Pacific northwest coast of Mexico, is located north of Guadalajara. The region is known for its fruit and seafood. Its sea cucumber and abalone are among the state’s most popular exports to Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland, according to agents on the tour.