We have been making a positive impact on Hong Kong since before we opened our permanent office in 1978.
One of our earliest contributions was an alternative steel tube design for the twin traffic ducts of the Cross-Harbour Tunnel in 1967, which was later implemented when the construction began in 1969. This tunnel has been connecting Kowloon and Hong Kong Island ever since.
Today, we are behind the fundamental data acquisition system of the new HKeToll, which enables free-flow tolling for the Cross-Harbour Tunnel and five other government-owned tunnels.
Cross-Harbour Tunnel is one of the many examples showcasing our ongoing commitment and ingenuity that shape the city.