Daniel Chew, Master of Industrial-Organisational Psychology, Master in Education with UWA, MBA in HR Management from USQ, Master of Science in Industrial & Systems Engineering from NUS, Bachelor (1st Class Honours) in Engineering from Monash University, Cambridge International Diploma in Teaching & Training from CIE, Advanced Certification in Training and Assessment (ACTA) from WDA, GradDip TESOL from UK, Certified DiSC Personality Profiler, Certified Quality Management System Auditor.
Dr Ong Geok Quee
F T Liu
F T Liu has more than 30 years of experience in the high tech industry. Since graduating in 1985 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering, he spent 5 years in semiconductor manufacturing before embarking on his sales career in 1991 when he joined DuPont as a Technical Sales Representative.
Goh Wee Yaw
Goh Wee Yaw, graduated from the University of Adelaide with a MBA. He also holds a Bachelor’s degree from the National University of Singapore, and obtained various professional qualifications from the Chartered Institute of Professional Logisticians (CILT), Chartered Institute Of Marketing (CIM UK) and Singapore Institute of Management. He has more than 25 years working experience in areas related to Logistics and Supply Chain Management. He is currently working as the General Manager (Corporate Planning & Business Development) in KWE Express (S) Pte Ltd, and has been there since 2007.
John Iversen has worked over many years in shipping and logistics in the private sector and is currently the Corporate Manager Special Projects – Asia for an MNC C.H. Robinson Project Logistics Pte Ltd.
He started his career with Maerskline where he worked for ten years, getting to know the shipping world from a ship owner’s perspective. After that he joined an international forwarding company, then for ten years he ran his own freight forwarding company in Singapore.
Jorge Ng is a project manager with extensive experience in customer logistics and IT project management. Graduated with a Master of Engineering (research on computer architecture) from the National University of Singapore. Previously he worked in Nokia as the Customization Development Manager and taught the subject on IT for Supply Chain at Republic Polytechnic.
He led several logistics and IT deployment projects. Using Excel and VBA programs, he developed several applications to assists users in automating logistics operations and achieved productivity. Just to illustrate a couple of applications, one that reconcile several product launch plans and another that find customer record text files base on a name list. These applications reduced operations from five days down to a half day of work.
He has two endeavours now, mainly managing project management offices with the DBS bank and a small side business partnership retailing premium seafood, which he deploys web application powered by Python and Google App Engine at almost zero cost of ownership.
Mr Larry Thian has extensive experience spanning over 35 years in all areas of insurance with specialty in marine cargo and logistics. He is a senior associate of the Australia & New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance (ANZIIF Snr Assc) a faculty member of Singapore Insurance Institute, and a certified Insurance Practitioner.
Lee Ker Ching
Lee Ker Ching is a logistics practitioner with varied exposures both as the “Shipper” and the “Service Provider” in the industries such as oil & gas, petro-chemical, 3rd party logistics, and FMCG (Fast-Moving-Consumer-Goods).
Academically, Ker Ching is specialising in Transport and Logistics with an in-depth knowledge and interests in procurement and materials management. Professionally, he is a chartered member of CILT (Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport) and holds a Certified Practitioner in Purchasing & Logistics with the World Certification Institute (USA).
Max Ee is a logistics and transport specialist with extensive experience in the private sector and working with the public sector. Graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours) from the National University of Singapore (NUS), Max also has a Masters in Science (Logistics) from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) as well as a Graduate Diploma in Systems Analysis from the Institute of Systems Science (ISS). Previously he worked in Agility Logistics as a project manager, and handles logistics operations for Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific, KFC Singapore and Kao Corporation.
P C Ang
Mr P C Ang graduated with a Master of Marketing from The University of New South Wales. He has been working in the air cargo industry for more than 25 years with local and foreign air and sea freight forwarders with offices all over the world. His past experiences include working with these international air and sea freight companies as Sales Manager, General Manager and Director.
Mr P C Ang also started his own airfreight company in the year 2006 and the company was later sold to other local investors in 2011 after few years of very successful and profitable operations.
Tan Tee Hwa
Mr Tan Tee Hwa, Senior Manager of Pacorini Global Services (Asia) Pte Ltd specialising in coffee and non-ferrous metals for LIFFE and LME markets, has been involved in training of logisticians for the Singapore Logistics Association (SLA) for the Diploma in International Freight Management and Advanced Diploma in International Transport Management in the last last 30 years.
Jeffrey Tan heads Strategic Business Development & Product Strategy at Y3 Technologies, a Singapore home-grown end-to-end supply chain software solutions provider with over 3 decades specializing in Supply Chain Management, e-Commerce, CRM & Loyalty, Data Analytics & IT Infrastructure. At the same time, Jeffrey is also the Vice Chairman of the Singapore Computer Society Supply Chain Management Special Interest Group & Deputy Chairman of the Singapore Manufacturing Federation Digital Commerce Interest Group.
Mr Thomas Sim is the Group Chief Executive Officer of Topocean Consolidation Service (S) Pte Ltd. He joined the Singapore Logistics Association since 2000 and has been elected as the 2nd Deputy Chairman of the Singapore Logistics Association. In addition, he also chairs its Training & Development Committee and the Academic Director of The Logistics Academy.
He is also the elected the Chairman of Advisory Body Vocational Training of the International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations (FIATA) which oversees National Associations’ training programs in over 118 countries, assisting to setup and qualifying the standards of international freight forwarding & logistics training programmes/curriculums, and the eventual FIATA Validation of their national training programs. Thomas represented the UNCTAD, UNESCAP, ADB, AFFA, FIATA-ABVT/FIATA Foundation Vocational Training and many international organizations as a resource person and master-lecturer to develop and deliver the Training-of-the-Trainers and numerous capacity-building programs spanning Latin-America/Mercosur, Middle-East/Africa, E.U./Russia, Asia/CAREC/ASEAN and the Pacific.
Tony Allais is currently a free-lance IATA Professional Instructor for Dangerous Goods Regulations (International Air Transport Association). He currently conducts IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations courses in Vietnam.
He has more than 30 years of Air Cargo experience with an International Ground Handling Agent in Singapore. He has sat in many working committee during his years of service (e.g. TAPA Certification, Risk Management, Operations Improvement Committee etc.)
VCS Vardan was called as a Barrister of England & Wales of Lincoln’s Inn in 1982 and admitted as an Advocate & Solicitor of the Supreme Court in Singapore in 1984. He practiced as an Advocate & Solicitor from 1984 to 1998.
Victor Lam has more than 30 years of working experience in trading and manufacturing companies. He travelled extensively on job projects, especially to India, Bangladesh and Malaysia and he has been giving seminars and workshops on International Trade and Letter of Credit for more than 18 years. He has also conducted a Supply Chain seminar in China. His other areas of expertise are mainly in supply chain and logistics management, international trade management, warehouse management as well as transport management and operations management.
Winnie Toh graduated from National University of Singapore with Bachelor of Science (Chemistry). She started her career as a port chemist and has more than 8 years working experience in the handling of dangerous goods in the supply chain. She facilitates processes review and implements initiatives in her company in order to ensure safe handling of dangerous goods during seafreight and airfreight. She is also responsible for the company’s overall health and safety training program where she develops and delivers dangerous goods training to employees.
Presently, she is holding a regional role in the Asia Pacific region, responsible for Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Quality (HSSEQ) performance monitoring and reporting in a Multi-National Logistics Company.