Loi Pok YenGroup CEO
Mr Loi became a board director and assumed the position of Group CEO in January 2005 after privately-owned logistics company C & P Holdings acquired CWT. He leads the executive team in strengthening the Group's businesses and market competitiveness for the long term success of the CWT Group. Prior to joining CWT, Mr Loi was responsible for the construction of warehouses and running the logistics business operations at C & P. From 1995 to 1997, he helped oversee and build Myanmar International Terminals Thilawa (MITT), Myanmar's largest port. Mr Loi has been instrumental in transforming the CWT Group into a global enterprise and a Forbes Asia Fab 50 company. In 2013, he was named EY Entrepreneur of the Year - Logistics Winner. Mr Loi graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Business Administration (Honors) degree.
Lynda GohDeputy Group CEO & Group CFO
Mrs Goh was appointed Deputy Group CEO & Group CFO in July 2008. She leads the CWT Group with a very strong financial and operating background, having held various senior positions in CWT since 1991. In her current capacity, Mrs Goh's key role is to assist the Group CEO in the corporate development and strategic expansion, corporate finance and general management of the CWT Group of companies. She is also responsible for managing the Group's engineering business, investments, treasury, financial, human resource and corporate affairs. In 2013, she was named Best CFO for listed companies in the mid cap category at the Singapore Corporate Awards in recognition of her financial leadership. Mrs. Goh is a Chartered Accountant of Singapore and Fellow of Chartered Certified Accountant (UK).
Adam SlaterDeputy Group CEO & CEO, Commodity Logistics
Mr Slater joined CWT as CEO, Commodity Logistics in October 2006 and was promoted to Deputy Group CEO in July 2012. In his current capacity, he oversees the development and expansion of Supply Chain Management business of the Group. He is also responsible for the day-to-day management of the commodity logistics related businesses across Asia, Europe, Africa, the Middle East, North & South America and Oceania. Mr Slater has been working in the commodity logistics industry since 1997. Prior to that, he was a metal trader in China for five years. Mr Slater holds a Bachelor of Art in East Asian Studies from McGill University and also studied Chinese language at Fudan University.
Tan Choon WeiCEO, Freight Logistics
Mr Tan was appointed CEO, Freight Logistics in January 2005 and spearheads the freight logistics arm of the CWT Group. He joined CWT in 1988 and has been instrumental in the Group's regional development and expansion over the past two decades. Mr Tan is also the Executive Chairman of CWT Globelink Group since January 2002, overseeing the freight consolidation business of the CWT Group. He brings to CWT vast industry domain knowledge and experience, having worked in the logistics and marine related industry since 1973. Prior to joining CWT, Mr Tan was with PSA holding various senior positions in Container Terminal, conventional wharves, bulk cargo operations and warehousing business.
Alan KuekCEO, Commodity Supply Chain Management
Mr Kuek was appointed CEO, Commodity Supply Chain Management in May 2013 and heads up MRI Group. As the commodity supply chain management business arm of the CWT Group, the division is actively marketing physical non-ferrous metals, bulk minerals and gas oil. Mr Kuek has been working in origination and structured financing in banks and commodity traders since 1997. He joined MRI in February 2012 as Global Head of Structured Commodity Finance and Origination and is instrumental in developing the oil trading business. Prior to joining MRI, he held senior positions with Trafigura and BNP Paribas Singapore, where one of his transactions was awarded Deal of the Year by Trade and Forfaiting Review in 2008. Mr Kuek graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Social Science (Hons) in Economics.
Jeremy AngCEO, Financial Services
Mr Ang was appointed CEO, Financial Services in April 2011. He heads up Straits Financial Group, the financial services arm of the CWT Group engaged in the offering of futures and derivatives trade, forex, bullion and Over-the-Counter (OTC) brokerage services. Mr Ang is an industry veteran, especially in the global derivatives market, having worked in the futures industry since 1980. Prior to joining CWT, he held leadership positions with the Singapore Exchange (SGX), Singapore Commodity Exchange (SICOM), DBS Vickers Securities (Singapore) and the REFCO Group.
Martin VersteegCEO, CWT Europe
Mr Versteeg was appointed CEO, CWT Europe in January 2011. He is responsible for the development and expansion of the Group's logistics business in Europe and Africa. Mr Versteeg is an industry veteran, having worked in the soft commodities logistics industry since 1974. In 2009, Mr Versteeg was awarded the prestigious Amsterdam Ports Medal by the Amsterdam Ports Association in recognition of his significant contribution towards strengthening and reinforcing the prestige of Amsterdam ports. He is currently a board member of the European Cocoa Association in Brussels, the European Warehouse Keepers Federation in Amsterdam and Amsterdam Ports Association. Mr Versteeg holds a Master's degree in law from VU University of Amsterdam.
Eric HermanCEO, Contract Logistics & Business Development
Mr Herman was appointed CEO, Contract Logistics & Business Development in August 2007. His key role is to develop and expand value-adding global contract logistics business, including forming and implementing strategies for creating synergies and expanding capabilities. Mr Herman has been working in the logistics industry since 1995. Prior to joining CWT, he was employed by AP Moller Maersk in various senior positions in the United States, Latin America and across Asia, where he optimized supply chain solutions for multinational companies. Mr Herman graduated in 1994 from the State University of New York at Albany with a Bachelor of Arts and a dual major in Latin American Studies & Spanish.
Foo Say ChuangManaging Director, Warehousing & Business Development
Mr Foo was appointed Managing Director, Warehousing & Business Development in July 2007. He is responsible for the development and expansion of the Group's logistics business in Singapore and the regional market, including Russia, India, Ukraine, Malaysia and Thailand. Mr Foo brings to CWT strong domain knowledge and vast experience across various industries including Port Terminals, Shipping, Food & Beverage and Fast Moving Consumer Goods. He has been involved in logistics and related work since 1979. Mr Foo holds a Bachelor of Business in Transport from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, a Diploma in Shipping Management (Maritime Studies) and a Diploma in Sales & Marketing.
Kay Kong SwanCEO, Container, Steel and Transport Logistics
Mr Kay was appointed CEO, Container Logistics in May 2007. He heads up OCWS Logistics, the container logistics arm of the CWT Group. His portfolio was later enlarged to include the steel and transport logistics business of the Group. Mr Kay has been instrumental in developing and expanding the logistics businesses under his responsibility since he joined OCWS Logistics as General Manager in 1995. Prior to joining the logistics industry, he was involved in engineering and management consultancy for more than ten years. Mr Kay holds a Master's degree in Business Analysis (with distinction) from the University of Lancaster, UK.
Leaw Tiew SanCEO, Contract Logistics (SEA)
Mr Leaw was appointed CEO, Contract Logistics (SEA) in July 2012. He heads up Cold Chain Logistics (Food & Beverage), Chemical Logistics, Industrial & Consumer Logistics and Bonded Logistics for contract logistics business in Southeast Asia. Mr Leaw has been instrumental in developing and expanding the contract logistics business. Formerly from C & P Holdings, he joined CWT as a sales director and was soon promoted to managing director. Mr Leaw has been working in sales & marketing and the logistics sector since 1998. He was appointed as Director (Logistics & Distribution) for Singapore Chemical Industry Council (SCIC) in 2013. Mr Leaw graduated from Curtin University with a Bachelor degree in Logistics & Supply Chain Management.
BG (RET) Ishak IsmailCEO, Defence Services
BG (RET) Ishak was appointed CEO, Defence Services in April 2012. He heads up CWT Defence Services Division which provides integrated logistics, procurement and supply, and engineering solutions for the defence, homeland security and rescue industries. BG (RET) Ishak has vast management and military experience with the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF), having served the army since 1982. In 2008, he received the Public Administration Medal for his significant contributions to the armed forces. Prior to joining CWT, he was a senior vice president with ST Electronics where he was responsible in managed services to mainly MINDEF and the SAF. BG (RET) Ishak is currently a board director of the Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore and the Chairman of the Advisory Panel for the SAF Advanced Schools, SAFTI Military Institute. He is also a member of the External Review Panel on SAF Safety. BG (RET) Ishak holds a Master's in Business Administration from the National University of Singapore.
Daniel TokDeputy CEO, Freight Logistics
As the Freight Logistics Deputy CEO, Mr Tok oversees the freight logistics group operations and keeps the organization energized on a day-to-day, tactical basis. As part of the collaborative leadership team, his key role includes the formulation and implementation of key business strategies to realize group synergies. Mr Tok brings to the group close to 30 years of experience in the freight industry.
Ong Yan Wah OliverManaging Director, Infrastructure Development
Mr Ong has more than 16 years of experience in the construction and property management sector. As Managing Director of Infrastructure Development, he is responsible for the development and expansion of the Group's logistics infrastructure facilities in Singapore and the regional market, including China and Malaysia. Mr Ong has overseen and completed all the major developments of the Group's various logistics facilities over the last 7 years. He graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree.