Latest arrangements for Companies Registry's public services
To align with the announcement by the Government to resume the provision of some basic public services in a safe and orderly manner to meet the needs of the public and enterprises, the Companies Registry announced today (January 27) the latest arrangements for its public services.
Starting from tomorrow (January 28), the Companies Registry will reopen the Public Search Centre while maintaining the counter services for receiving documents delivered in hard copy and collection of certificates for company incorporations currently provided.
The opening hours of the Registry are as follows:
13/F Public Search Centre and 14/F Public Service Hall at Queensway Government Offices and 12/F, One Kowloon, Kowloon Bay
Monday to Friday
9.30am to 4pm
To achieve social distancing with a view to reducing the risk of the spread of the COVID-19 virus in the community, the Registry appeals to its customers to continue to deliver documents electronically or by post. Customers should avoid visiting the Registry's office premises unless they require urgent service. The Registry's services on registration of documents and public search services will continue to be provided electronically through the e-Registry (www.eregistry.gov.hk), the Cyber Search Centre (www.icris.cr.gov.hk) and the website of the Registry for Trust and Company Service Providers (www.tcsp.cr.gov.hk).
The waiting time for public services provided at the Registry's offices may be longer as the provision of services has not completely returned to full scale. The Registry may also take a longer time to process the documents submitted in hard copy form.
Please check the latest announcements on the Registry's website at www.cr.gov.hk for any updates.
For enquiries, please call 2867 2600 or contact the Registry by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.