On August 30, Lei Jie, Chairman of the Jinan CPPCC, Su Feng, Director of the Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and Overseas Chinese and Foreign Affairs Committee of the Jinan CPPCC, Zhang Jun, Director of the Jinan Investment Promotion Bureau, and Zhang Hua, Director of the Jinan Financial Office visited Taipa Ferry Terminal and were warmly received by Taipa Zheng Zhijin, Chairman of the Board of Directors of CSI Group, a passenger terminal operation and management company, and others received warm hospitality.
Lei Jie, Chairman of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, and his delegation, accompanied by Zheng Zhijin, Chairman of the Board of Directors of CSI Group, visited the departure area of Taipa Ferry Terminal.
Representatives of CSI Group explained in detail the operation status of each functional area of Taipa Passenger Transport.
Cheng Chi Kam introduced the planning of the Taipa Terminal to Lei Jie, Chairman of the CPPCC, and its important role in Macau and regional economy and shipping services. Taipa Pier is currently the third largest entry-exit port in Macau, and the number of tourists continues to rise. As a terminal operator, CSI Group actively promotes various operating plans while balancing the needs and interests of all parties. Through continuous optimization, improvement, innovation and cooperating with Macau’s economic development, the CSI Group is committed to making the terminal a convenient, fast, high-quality and comfortable terminal. The entry and exit ports provide passengers with a completely new travel experience.
Chairman of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference Lei Jie fully affirmed and strongly praised the operation direction of CSI Group. The two parties conducted in-depth discussions on Macao’s development trends and future regional development prospects.
She introduced the advantages of Shandong’s information technology, intelligent manufacturing and high-end equipment to the members of the CSI Group, and hoped that the CSI Group would strive to improve the quality of the entire terminal through safety management, informatization, and comprehensive rectification, and fully explore the potential space for the terminal’s diversified development. , taking advantage of the development opportunities in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, to help Macau develop a broader maritime passenger transport market.