A proud member of Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited, Wilson Group has set the standard for Hong Kong’s transport infrastructure network for more than three decades. Excelling across five dynamic divisions: Parking, Tollways, Technology, Smart Mobility and more Facilities Management, it is our long-standing vision to ensure our clients always stay ahead of the curve.
We will be a world-class provider in transport-related services, and satisfy our customers with passion and professionalism.
We will provide quality and innovative products and services to enhance safety, reliability and efficiency.
Innovation & Technology
Launch of WIL – an Engagement Platform for HK Motorists
15 September 2021
Wilson Group is delighted to announce that “WIL”, an all-in-one Engagement Platform for Hong Kong Motorists is launched on 15th September 2021.
WIL is developed by Let’s Go Limited with the full support of Wilson Group. WIL provides various driving-related offers, you can also earn points by parking, spending at partnering merchants, interact with App. You can also get the latest driving info, redeem amazing rewards and enjoy a truly hassle-free driving experience.
5 Fabulous Features
1. Map – enables navigation which provides information of available parking spots where you can earn WIL Points and use coupons for free parking. Speed cameras and fuel stations in the vicinity will also be shown.
2. Earn & Redeem WIL Points – Parking, spending and in-app engagement are three ways to earn WIL Points for the redemption of free parking coupons and car-related products and services
3. Merchants – We partnered with a number of automotive merchants to provide you with comprehensive products and services.
4. Expenses – Members can easily keep track of their driving expenses including refueling and parking fees.
5. News – Car-related news and articles with driving tips from influencers and editors.
Wilson Group is delighted to announce that a four-year management contract of the Tuen Mun-Chek Lap Kok Tunnel has been awarded by the Transport Department of the HKSAR for management, operations and maintenance services and the contracted service was commenced on 27 December 2020.
The 5km Tuen Mun-Chek Lap Kok Tunnel is a subsea road tunnel connecting Tuen Mun South and the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB) Hong Kong Port. After the opening of the tunnel, the Tuen Mun-Chek Lap Kok Link is also fully commissioned. The driving distance between Tuen Mun South and Hong Kong International Airport will be reduced by some 22 kilometres and the journey time by about 20 minutes.
The Tuen Mun-Chek Lap Kok Tunnel is the longest and deepest subsea road tunnel in Hong Kong. The tunnel is also the first in Hong Kong to include a service gallery underneath the tunnel carriageway, making it more convenient to carry out maintenance works in the future.
As a professional tollway and tunnel operator, we trust all our staff are well equipped and have confidence to receive the challenges ahead. Wilson Group will continue to strive maintain industry leadership on tollway and tunnel management business.
Wilson Group supports HKRU Deaf Rugby programmes
20 October 2020
Wilson Group is pleased to announce its support, as title sponsor, of the Hong Kong Rugby Union’s region-leading Deaf Rugby programme. The well-established programme runs hearing-impaired rugby for over 100 participants, including students from the Lutheran School for the Deaf and adults and youth from the Hong Kong Association for the Deaf and the Hong Kong Society for the Deaf, and also engages with other deaf rugby programmes around Asia and the world.
Henry Louie, Managing Director of Wilson Group Hong Kong/China commented on the programme saying, “The values of sport are the same that influence us in our professional environment: teamwork, leadership, fair play and integrity. As such, we are delighted to mark our first partnership with the HKRU’s Community Foundation and support the continued growth and success of Deaf Rugby in Hong Kong and Asia.”
“This programme helped change my life and on behalf of the entire Deaf Rugby community we are very grateful to the Wilson Group for their support,” said Winnie Cheung Wing-yin, a former beneficiary who became the first hearing-impaired player to play senior rugby in Hong Kong and who is now a full-time inclusive rugby officer for the HKRU.