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Key Executives

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 
         

Left to right:

1st row:
Wong Kok Siew
(deceased on February 16, 2005)

2nd row:
Lim Joke Mui,
Low Sin Leng,
Tang Kin Fei

3rd row:
Tan Kwi Kin,
Loh Wai Kiew,
Koh Soo Keong

4th row:
Wong Heang Fine,
Chong Phit Lian

Corporate Management

Key Line Management

     
 

 
 

 
 

   
 

 

Wong Kok Siew
Deputy Chairman & CEO

(Deceased on February 16, 2005. Please see section on Board of Directors)

   
 

  Lim Joke Mui
Group Chief Financial Officer
Joined 2002.



Mrs Lim is responsible for the Finance, Treasury, Tax, Mergers and Acquisitions, Risk Management, and IT functions of SembCorp Industries, and oversees these functions across the Group.

She has more than 26 years of experience in corporate finance, accounting, tax and other corporate functions. During her 23-year career with DBS Land and CapitaLand Commercial Groups, she managed large financing transactions via the equity and debt markets, and has been involved in corporate exercises such as the merger of Pidemco and DBS Land to form CapitaLand, takeovers, and initial public offerings. She is a Director on the boards of various SembCorp Group companies. She holds a B Acc from the University of Singapore.
Low Sin Leng
Senior Executive Director,
CEO’s office
Joined 2000.


Ms Low is the Executive Chairman of SembCorp Parks Management, Chairman of SemHotel Management and Pacific Internet, and Director on the boards of various SembCorp Group companies. She brings with her substantial management experience garnered during her career in Singapore Power, and in the Ministries of Finance, Education and Defence. She holds an MBA (High Distinction) from the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium, and a B Eng (Distinction) from the University of Alberta, Canada.
Tang Kin Fei
President & CEO,
SembCorp Utilities
Joined 1987.


Mr Tang is the key driver behind the evolution of the Group’s integrated utilities and energy business into a global leader in the market. During his 18 years of service, he grew the project engineering and construction business until the mid-90s, when he spearheaded the development of Singapore’s first multi-utility facility, SUT Sakra, on Jurong Island. He was also the main driver behind the establishment of the country’s first privately developed power plant, SembCorp Cogen, and the conclusion of the landmark West Natuna Gas Sales Agreement governing the import of natural gas from Indonesia to Singapore. He currently steers SembCorp Utilities’ regional and international expansion, which now extends to China, UK and Vietnam. Mr Tang holds a B Eng in Mechanical Engineering (First Class Honours) from the National University of Singapore.
 
       
  Tan Kwi Kin
President & CEO,
SembCorp Marine
Joined 1966.



A veteran of the marine industry with nearly four decades of experience, Mr Tan is respected for his “hands-on” management style and business acumen. He rose through the ranks at Jurong Shipyard and was appointed its Managing Director in 1990. He was behind the successful merger of Jurong Shipyard and Sembawang Shipyard in 1997, as well as the implementation of SembCorp Marine’s global hub strategy, engineering acquisitions in Brazil and China. He is also the Chairman of PPL Shipyard, JPL Corporation, Jurong Integrated Services, and Jurong Machinery and Automation. Mr Tan has a B Eng in Mechanical Engineering from Tokyo University, Japan.
Loh Wai Kiew
President & CEO,
SembCorp Environmental Management
Joined 1994.


Ms Loh is a familiar proponent of the waste management business both in Singapore and in the region. She has headed the company since 2000, during which she has driven its strategic acquisitions and partnerships, including those in India and China. She also sits on the boards of the National Environment Agency, The Esplanade and The Singapore Mint, and also serves as a member of the Garden City Fund Management Committee. Ms Loh holds an MSc degree in Management from the MIT Sloan School of Management, Boston, US, and a BSc (Honours) degree in Aeronautical Engineering from the Imperial College of Science & Technology, UK.
Koh Soo Keong
President & CEO,
SembCorp Logistics
Joined 1986.



With more than 20 years of experience in the logistics industry, Mr Koh has successfully guided the transformation of SembCorp Logistics into Asia’s leading integrated logistics company, since its formation following the merger between Sembawang Marine and Logistics and Singapore Technologies Logistics in 1999. Under his leadership, the company today owns an IT and physical distribution network that spans 15 countries. Mr Koh holds an MBA, a B Eng (Hons) and a Graduate Diploma in Business Law from the University of Singapore.
 
     
  Wong Heang Fine
President & CEO,
SembCorp Engineers & Constructors
Joined 2002.


Mr Wong is responsible for spearheading the company’s drive towards process engineering and design, as well as increasing its focus on international growth markets such as China, India, and the Middle East. He brings with him extensive management experience garnered during his earlier tenure as President and CEO of Cathay Organisation. Prior to this, he pioneered the infrastructure development of an industrial estate and resort on Bintan Island, Indonesia at Singapore Technologies Industrial Corporation. In addition, he has served as Director, Infrastructure of L&M Group Investments and General Manager for Metrobilt. Mr Wong holds an MSc in Engineering Production and Management from the University of Birmingham, UK, and a BSc in Mechanical Engineering (First Class Honours) from the University of Leeds, UK.
Chong Phit Lian
President & CEO,
The Singapore Mint / Singapore Precision Industries
Joined 1986.


Since rejoining the Group in 1986, Ms Chong has honed her business savvy through extensive work on projects to invest in and acquire new businesses, turning businesses around through restructuring or divestment. Under her leadership, The Singapore Mint pioneered various innovations in the minting industry which have gained recognition by industry experts in the numismatic world.

Ms Chong holds a BSc in Production Engineering and Manufacturing Technology from the University of Aston in Birmingham, UK.
   
       
  Corporate Management
     
  Foo Fei Voon
Group Financial Controller


Goh Kim Leong
Director
Group Internal Audit

Lillian Lee

Director
Group Human Resource

Linda Hoon
Group General Counsel &
Group Company Secretary

Richard Quek
Director
Group Corporate Finance
and Mergers & Acquisitions

Swee Lay Sing
Executive Vice President
Japan

Tan Hong Huat
Senior Vice President
China

Eric Goh
Senior Vice President
Market Development & India

Grace Quek
Senior Vice President
Group Strategic Planning
& Business Development

Sim Cher Khee
Group Chief Risk Officer

April Lee
Vice President
Group Corporate Relations

Roy Lim
Vice President
Group Tax

Matthew Liu
Assistant Vice President
Group Information Technology
 
       
  Key Line Management
     
 

Utilities


Francis Gomez
Deputy Head
SCU Singapore

Paul Gavens
Managing Director
SCU UK

Ho Nee Sin
Head
SCU China

Ken Readshaw
Senior Vice President
SCU International

Chia Fook Eng
General Manager
SCU Offshore Engineering

Engineering & Construction


Alwyn Bowden
Chief Operating Officer
SembCorp Engineers and Constructors /
Managing Director
SembCorp Simon-Carves

Daniel Lim

General Manager
ST Architects & Engineers

Ho Kok Kee
Vice President
SembCorp (Tianjin) Construction Engineering (China)

Dominic Leong Yoon Siew
General Manager
SembCorp Infrastructure (India)

Michael Tan Choy Seng
General Manager
Sempec (Indonesia)

Hew Loke Meng
General Manager
SembCorp (Malaysia)

Koh Yee Lee
General Manager
SembCorp Engineers and Constructors (Middle East)

Environmental Engineering


Michael Ho
Chief Operating Officer
SembCorp Environmental Management

Wong Kan Por
President
International Operations, China

Liew Chee Yin
Senior Vice President
International Operations, India

Philippe Maillard
Managing Director
SembSITA (Australia)

Yao Shao Yan
General Manager
Shanghai SembEnviro Reliance (China)

 
     
 

Logistics


Charles Chan
Chief Operating Officer
SembCorp Logistics

John Everingham
General Manager
SembCorp Logistics (Australia)

Loi Kum Sai
General Manager
Shenzhen ST-Anda Logistics (China)

Nelson Cho
Managing Director
SembCorp Logistics (India)

Katsushito Asai
Chief Executive Officer
Footworks Express (Japan)

Kim Min Young
President
SembCorp Kukbo Logistics (Korea)

Lim Phing Seng
General Manager
SembCorp Logistics (Taiwan)

Leong Choong Cheng
Managing Director
KPN-ST Logistics (Thailand)

Marine Engineering


Heng Chiang Gnee
Deputy President
SembCorp Marine

Wong Weng Sun
Deputy President
SembCorp Marine /
Managing Director
Jurong Shipyard

Ong Poh Kwee
Managing Director
Sembawang Shipyard

Ong Tian Khiam
Managing Director
PPL Shipyard

Freddie Woo
Executive Director
Jurong SML

Chan Nai Eng
Chief Executive Officer
Mauá Jurong (Brazil)

Liu Chin Peng
Deputy General Manager
Cosco Shipyard Group (China)

Wong Yu Liong
General Manager
Karimun Sembawang Shipyard (Indonesia)

Others


Low Sin Leng
Executive Chairman
SembCorp Parks Holdings /
SembCorp Parks Management


Kelvin Teo
President & COO
SembCorp Parks Holdings

Tan Tong Hai
President & CEO
Pacific Internet