Chairman of the Board

    Executive Chairman, YCH Group (Founding Chairman of the Board)
    Executive Chairman, YCH Group (Founding Chairman of the Board)

    Dr Robert Yap is the Executive Chairman of YCH Group, Singapore’s leading end-to-end Supply Chain Company with operations spanning across the entire Asia Pacific region. He is also the Founding Chairman of y3® Technologies Pte Ltd and Deputy Chairman of IE Singapore.

    Robert was conferred the Asia Logistics Hall of Fame award for his significant contributions and thought-leadership to the SCM industry in 2003 and the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year (EOY) award in 2007. Robert was further honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award (Logistics) presented by the World Chinese Economic Forum in 2013, and the NUS Business School Eminent Business (Senior) Alumni Award in 2014.

    Robert sits on the ASEAN-Business Advisory Council, which he chaired from 2007 to 2009. He is President of Singapore National Employers Federation (SNEF) and Board Member at International Enterprise Singapore (IES). Robert also advises the Singapore National Committee for Pacific Economic Cooperation (SINCPEC), ASEAN SME Advisory Board and SMU School of Information Systems. He also contributes to various local government-related councils including the National Productivity & Continuing Education Council (NPCEC), SkillsFuture Council and Advisory Council on Community Relations in Defence – Employers & Business (ACCORD).

    With more than 30 years of experience in the Logistics and SCM field, Robert graduated from the Harvard Business School Owner President Management (OPM) programme in 1994; and was conferred Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D), honoris causa, in Business Administration in 2001 by Wisconsin International University. Robert is also Founding Chairman of Supply Chain Asia – a community of more than 30,000 supply chain professionals based in the region.


Vice Chairman of the Board

    Chairman & CEO, Caprica International (Vice Chairman of the Board)
    Chairman & CEO, Caprica International (Vice Chairman of the Board)

    Mr Paul W. Bradley has been involved in international business throughout his entrepreneurial career spanning senior management positions in Fortune 1,000 companies, the creation of 7 start-up companies and the launching of two IPO’s. He has established new business entities in China, South East Asia, India and the US. Paul is the Chairman and CEO of Caprica International. He also serves on the Asian Advisory Board for the joint venture Avista Houlihan Lokey investment bank; Advisory Board of the Kairos Society for the ASEAN Region; Industry Advisory Board of the S.P. Jain School of Global Management; Global Alumni Council of Thunderbird, School of Global Management and Vice Chairman and Board Member of Supply Chain Asia.

    He previously served as President of Arshiya International headquartered in India (publicly traded on the Bombay Stock Exchange) and as Managing Director of IDS International (a member of the Li & Fung Group of companies, publicly traded on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange). He also mentors new Tech Ventures. Mr. Bradley received his MBA Degree in International Management from the Thunderbird, School of Global Management. He was selected by the World Economic Forum as one of the forty "New Asian Leaders" at an award ceremony presented by His Majesty King Abdullah II of Jordan and was selected as “Asian Supply Chain Manager of the Year” by Lloyds FTB Publications in 2004.

    He has been involved in the Logistics and Supply Chain Industry for more than 20 years, including leadership positions in Arshiya International, IDS Logistics (the Li & Fung Group), NYK Line, APL and the HAVI Group/BDP joint venture. He previously worked in the US Senate and the British House of Commons and has served on several Singapore Government Advisory Committees. He is a frequent speaker at global conferences and universities, has written published articles and has been interviewed by Newsweek, Fox Television, the Economic Times of India, the Business Times of Singapore, Excellency Magazine in the UAE, Supply Chain Vietnam and other global media.


LSPs Representatives

    Regional Vice President, Asia Pacific, Geodis Wilson
    Regional Vice President, Asia Pacific, Geodis Wilson
    Vice President, SATS
    Vice President, SATS
    Managing Director, Kuehne + Nagel Singapore & Malaysia
    Managing Director, Kuehne + Nagel Singapore & Malaysia

    With 26 years of industry experience under his belt, Laurent has built a strong record of achievements in logistics, supply chain management and operations.

    He has been driving Kuehne + Nagel’s warehousing, distribution and transportation businesses since he joined the company in 2006, of which eight years were focused in Asia.

    Prior to moving to Singapore, Laurent was Vice President of Operations at Kuehne + Nagel AG, where he led the global operations of key customers in the fast moving consumer (FMCG) and retail industries.

    He then took on the role of regional senior vice-president for contract and integrated logistics at Kuehne + Nagel Asia Pacific, where he was key to the establishment of the Kuehne + Nagel Singapore Logistics Hub.

    In his current role as the Managing Director of Kuehne + Nagel Singapore and Malaysia, Laurent leads more than 700 people to drive business performance based on customer excellence.


Shippers Representatives

    Senior Director Logistics, COACH
    Senior Director Logistics, COACH

    Inge Veelenturf is the Senior Director Logistics, Asia, at COACH. She is an experienced professional in international Supply Chain Management for twenty years, in Europe and Asia, for leading International Consumer Packaged Goods companies like Kellogg, Sara Lee and British American Tobacco (BAT). In August 2016 she joined the global modern Luxury and Lifestyle Company COACH. Prior to her current position, Inge was Regional Supply chain Network & Logistics Director for Kellogg Asia & Africa.

    She put a strong focus on the commercial side of the supply chain and driven the integration of the value stream cross functional internally as well with key customers and suppliers. She gets energised by working with multi-cultural teams, driving change management, bridging the different functions in the extended value chain and building new value-added capabilities to enable business growth.

    Inge has been pro-actively engaged in industry platforms since 2000, with regional associations such as ECR Europe, AIM Europe (European Brands Association) and Supply Chain Asia. She joined the Board of Advisors for SCA in May 2015.

    She has a Master Degree in Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences from the Technical University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Born in The Netherlands, Inge has been living and working in Asia since 2008, and is currently based in Singapore.

    Senior Vice President Global Supply Chain, Asia Pacific, Estee Lauder Companies
    Senior Vice President Global Supply Chain, Asia Pacific, Estee Lauder Companies

    Jamal Chamariq is Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain, Asia Pacific, leading the Estee Lauder Companies’ Procurement, Manufacturing, Engineering, Planning, Distribution, Logistics, Customer service and Quality Assurance.

    He joined Estee Lauder Companies in 2004. Before that he worked at Sanofi and Yves Rocher. He held a host of senior management positions in Manufacturing operations, Distribution and Procurement; and completed assignments in the US, Mexico, Venezuela, China, France, Germany, Luxembourg and Morocco.

    Jamal has an Industrial Engineering Degree and a Masters Degree in Supply Chain and Procurement and is a member of Supply Asia Community and the Emerging Markets Supply Chain Management Council.

    Vice President, Global Manufacturing & Supply AMA (Asia Middle East Africa), GlaxoSmithKline
    Vice President, Global Manufacturing & Supply AMA (Asia Middle East Africa), GlaxoSmithKline

    Since joining GSK (Sterling Winthrop) in June 1989, Mike has significant experience across Manufacturing and Supply Chain, plus Quality and Technical roles. In 1997 he was the Site Director at the Sydney facility and in 2005 VP & Site Director at the Dungarvan site in Ireland. In 2009 he led a cluster of manufacturing sites in the CH International region across Africa and Latina based in the UK. In 2011 he relocated to Singapore as the VP CH Supply Chain APLAM (Asia Latina Africa ME)

    Mike has worked any lived across Europe, Africa, Asia, India, South America and Australia.

    Mike started his career in the Steel industry with the Commonwealth Steel Co Ltd (part of the BHP / ANI Groups) (Newcastle, Australia) as a Metallurgical Trainee and also had a short stint at Rheem (Sydney Australia) before joining the Pharmaceutical industry.

    Director, Regional Sales Operations, Harley-Davidson
    Director, Regional Sales Operations, Harley-Davidson

    Koh Jin Kiat is currently the Director, Regional Sales Operations at Harley-Davidson. He is responsible for demand and supply planning; as well fulfillment for Harley-Davidson’s sales and distribution channels in the region. Before joining Harley-Davidson, Jin Kiat was the Operations Director at Reader’s Digest Asia, where he was responsible for Reader’s Digest B2B and B2C operations. Prior to that, he was Asia Pacific Director, Global Automotive Solutions at Menlo Worldwide, a global supply chain management company.

    During his tenure at Menlo Worldwide, Jin Kiat was also a pioneer of Vector SCM, a global supply chain 4PL joint-venture between General Motors and CNF, Inc., Menlo Worldwide’s parent company. Jin Kiat’s supply chain and operations experience spans both B2B and B2C sectors in industrial and commercial environments, and has successfully developed customer-centric supply chain solutions for large multi-national corporations. Jin Kiat graduated from Nanyang Business School in Singapore with a Bachelor of Business (Marketing); and has an MBA from Manchester Business School in the UK. He is also a certified trainer with the Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA) qualifications awarded by the Workforce Development Agency (WDA) of Singapore.

Vendors & Supporting Organisations

    Principal Director, Supply Chain Practice, Accenture
    Principal Director, Supply Chain Practice, Accenture

    Sundi Aiyer works with Accenture clients and teams across ASEAN and the APAC region to help drive competitive advantage and sustained value through supply chain and operational innovation – enabled by breakthrough digital and technology capabilities across the extended value chain. Sundi brings over 25 years of industry and consulting experience across all aspects of supply chain management, including: demand sensing and shaping; sales and operations planning; profit and revenue optimisation; e-commerce and digital innovations; logistics and fulfilment; product and service lifecycle management; customer relevance; supply chain analytics; digital supply networks and control tower; and enabling technology solutions. 

    Sundi has served key clients across Australia, Greater China, India, Japan, Latin America, Middle East, Scandinavia, Southeast Asia, UK and Central Europe, and the US. His industry expertise spans Consumer Goods and Retail Products & Services; Automotive, Industrials & Manufacturing; Transportation and 3rd Party Logistics; High-Tech, Media & Telco; and Life Sciences and Pharma.

    He has taught undergraduate, graduate, and executive education courses at NTU in Singapore, Southern Methodist University in the US, and Capgemini Global University in France. He has conducted executive briefings with Gartner / AMR, Forrester, and IDC; frequently speaks at global conferences; and has been an Industry Expert Instructor for the Singapore Naval Logistics Officers professional development programme. He has also presented at thought-leadership and visioning sessions to company Boards. Sundi serves on the Advisory Board and Executive Committee of Supply Chain Asia.

    Sundi’s experience includes leadership roles in McKinsey’s Asia Operations Practice, and the supply chain and logistics practices of Capgemini, EY, Andersen Business Consulting, and the SABRE Group. He also founded and led his own successful global management advisory firm. He built his early career foundation at Penske, BP, and Tecnova. Sundi earned his M.S. in Management Science from Case Western Reserve University, US, and his B.Tech. in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi, with high honors. An American citizen and a permanent resident of Singapore, he is an active contributor to professional forums at CSCMP, LogiSym, NTU, Singapore Institute of Management, Supply Chain Asia, and Transport Intelligence; and supports and serves in leadership roles in various community organisations.

    Vice President, Travel, Transportation & Logistics Industries, IBM
    Vice President, Travel, Transportation & Logistics Industries, IBM

    Mr Vijay Anand is part of the Worldwide Sales & Distribution Industries team at IBM, responsible for managing Travel, Transportation & Logistics Industries across Asia Pacific, Greater China and Japan.

    Prior to joining IBM, Vijay was the Global Head of Travel, Transportation & Logistics Industries and the Senior Director in the Industries Business Unit at Oracle Corporation from 2004, for 12 years. During this period Vijay was directly involved in developing Asia Pacific, Greater China, Japan, North America, Latin America, Europe and Middle East markets and in the launch of several Industry specifc solutions including Airline Loyalty, Aircraft Maintenance, Fuel Management, Ports Terminal Management, Sales Rating & Operations, Airline Data Model, Passenger & Asset Data Management and Customer Experience Solutions.

    Vijay brings over 25 years of hands on experience in the areas of Technology and Applications Solutions, Sales, Business Development, Alliances & Partner Management, Strategic Planning, Product Management, Outsourcing and Major Account Management.

    Prior to Oracle Corporation, Vijay was part of SITA (Societe Internationale de Telecommunications Aeronautiques) for 8 years and has held several lead positions including Solutions Director for Asia Pacific and Airline Alliances, Major Account Director for leading Airlines, Airports, Aerospace Logistics & Government organisations.

    Vijay is a Project Management Professional (PMP) and holds a graduate degree in Science specialising in Physics (Applied Electronics) and an MBA from Canadian School of Management. He is based in Singapore and contributes actively in the Executive Committee and Board of Advisors at Supply Chain Asia.

    Regional Managing Director, SSI SCHAEFER
    Regional Managing Director, SSI SCHAEFER

    Brian started his career with a major Material Handling Company in the United Kingdom and later moved on to Saudi Arabia in 1976, he joined SSI Schaefer in 1980 to run their Gulf operations before moving to Singapore in 1984 where he become the Regional Managing Director for SSI SCHAEFFER Asia.

    Over 30 years, Brian has built up the SSI Schaefer business to be the market leader in the region. Starting with a staff of seven in Singapore, Brian is now responsible for managing 19 SSI Schaefer offices in Asia Pacific and the Middle East in 16 countries and 2 wholly owned factories in Malaysia and China, employing more than 1000 people.

    With the company’s growth in Asia, the Malaysian factory has been expanded to 39,000m2. Asia is now recognised as a competence centre for the supply of high rise AS/RS and rack clad warehouses. The factory is now equipped with state of the art machinery to produce steel profiles to the high tolerances required by these systems. A 5,000m2 production hall has been added to the factory for the assembly of the company’s range of case conveyor systems to expand Schaefer’s presence in Asia.


    Director, Natural Resources & Logistics, ‎Singapore Economic Development Board
    Director, Natural Resources & Logistics, ‎Singapore Economic Development Board

    Mr Lee Eng Keat oversees EDB’s various industry clusters including Logistics, Natural Resources and the International Organisations Programme Office.

    Prior to this, Mr Lee was responsible for EDB’s engagement of companies in the Middle East, South Asia, South East Asia and Oceania as International Director (Asia Pacific).

    In his previous appointment as Regional Director (India), Mr Lee has been actively working with Indian companies since 2007 and was instrumental in growing India’s presence in Singapore.

    Mr Lee concurrently headed the Communications department at the EDB in 2008. Between 2005 and 2007, Mr Lee was seconded to the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) as Assistant Director in the Sector Planning Division. Mr Lee joined the EDB as a Senior Officer for the Infocomms and Media cluster in 1999.

    Group Director, Transport & Logistics and Natural Resources Group, International Enterprise (IE) Singapore
    Group Director, Transport & Logistics and Natural Resources Group, International Enterprise (IE) Singapore

    In his current portfolio, Chung Ming is responsible for facilitating companies in the Aviation, Maritime, Land Transport, Logistics and Oil and Gas Sectors in their ventures overseas. This encompasses co-ordination with IE Singapore’s global centres to develop trade and investment linkages between Singapore and global markets, providing in-market facilitation, market insights, intelligence, business & government connections, and consultancy advice for market entry and expansion into various regions.

    Chung Ming has been the Group Director for the China Group between May 2011 and November 2015. As Group Director of China Group,Chung Ming oversees the agency’s operations in China where it has nine overseas centres. Chung Ming is also responsible for developing and implementing strategies and policies to assist the expansion of Singapore-based companies into China.

    Director, Industry Research, The Logistics Institute Asia Pacific
    Director, Industry Research, The Logistics Institute Asia Pacific

    A former Colombo Plan Scholar, Dr. Goh holds a Ph.D. from the University of Adelaide. In the National University of Singapore, he holds the appointments of Director (Industry Research) at the Logistics Institute-Asia Pacific, a joint venture with Georgia Tech, USA , Principal Researcher at the Centre for Transportation Research, and was a Program Director of the Penn-State NUS Logistics Management Program. He also used to be Director of Supply Chain Solutions for Asia/Middle East with APL Logistics, crafting logistics engineering solutions for major MNCs in this part of the world.

    Dr Goh was a Board Member of the Chartered Institute of Transport (Singapore), past Chairman of the Academic Board of Examiners for the Singapore Institute of Purchasing and Materials Management, member of the Advisory Committee of the Transportation Resource Centre (NUS) and a past Vice President of the Operations Research Society of Singapore, Associate Senior Fellow of the Institute of South east Asian Studies. His other professional affiliations include membership of INFORMS, and the Academy of International Business. His biography appears in Who's Who in Asia and the Pacific Nations, Who's Who in the World, and Outstanding People of the 20th Century.

    He has been involved in executive training for various key organisations in Singapore, for example, PSA Corp., MIS, SIPMM, PSB, J&J, Siemens Nixdorf, CIT, CAAS, Fuji-Xerox AP, Applied Biosystems, Danzas, DHL, Samsung, SembCorp Logistics, Exel, CEI and Mindef. Prof. Goh has also acted as a consultant to organisations both in Singapore and overseas, like Lucent Technologies, Pentex Schweitzer, Trans-Link Express, Perkins Parts, Singapore Post, NCB, Unilever East Asia Pacific, MSAS, TDB, Hewlett-Packard Far East, Siemens Nixdorf, APO, Confectionery Transformation, Danzas-AEI, Bossard Asia Pacific, BBraun AP, Pasminco, Mindef, Cleanaway (China) , IE Singapore, Cleanaway, Knight Frank, and FXS.

    He has held appointments as a visiting Professor in Business Logistics Strategy at Chulalongkorn University, Commonwealth Fellow to the UK, Citibank International Fellow to the US, visiting research fellow at UMIST, visiting scholar at Beijing University, visiting professor at Melbourne University , and adjunct professor at the University of South Australia. He is currently on the editorial boards of the Journal of Supply Chain Management, Q3 Quarterly, Journal for Inventory Research, and Advances in Management Research, and has served as an associate editor for the Asia Pacific Journal of Operational Research.

    His current research interests focus on supply chain strategy, performance measurement, buyer-seller relationships and reverse logistics. With more than 130 technical papers in internationally refereed journals and conferences, some of his recent academic articles on supply chain management have appeared in the Journal of Purchasing and Materials Management, Industrial Marketing Management, European Journal of Purchasing and Supply Chain Management, IIE Transactions, Naval Research Logistics, Physical Distribution and Logistics Management, Production and Operations Management, EJOR, Supply Chain Management Journal, Industrial Organisations, and Logistics Information Management.

    Director of Business Services, Director for Innovation, Internationalization & Entrepreneurship, SPRING Singapore
    Director of Business Services, Director for Innovation, Internationalization & Entrepreneurship, SPRING Singapore

    Jonathan Lim is currently the Director of Business Services and concurrently Director for Innovation, Internationalization & Entrepreneurship at SPRING Singapore, which is an agency under the Ministry of Trade and Industry responsible for helping Singapore enterprises grow.

    His role at SPRING is to develop enterprises in the following two industry sectors: Logistics & Professional services. At the same time, he is also responsible for developing entrepreneurship, innovation and international partnerships for high potential start-ups and high growth enterprises. Jonathan was previously with the Ministry of Education where he was instrumental in the start-up of the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT), Singapore’s fifth public university. Jonathan subsequently joined SIT as Director of Partnership and Corporate Planning where he carried out strategic planning and partnership development for the university. Prior to that, he spent 12 years at the Economic Development Board (EDB) where he was responsible for leading the industry development efforts of the education, healthcare and other services sectors. Jonathan also served as the Centre Director for EDB’s overseas office at Washington DC, USA. The recipient of a Glaxo-EDB scholarship, Jonathan received his degree in Biochemistry from the University of Cambridge, UK.

    Chairman, TAPA Asia
    Chairman, TAPA Asia

    Tony is an experienced Senior Manager with strong background in Law Enforcement, General Management, Electronic Security, Aviation Security, Supply Chain Management, Telematics and Global Account Management. He has extensive experience in Aviation Security and was a member of the Conference of Asia Pacific Express Carriers (CAPEC) Security Committee and has successfully undergone audits for the US C-TPAT Programme (Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism), AEO (Authorised Economic Operator) and Aviation Security Regulated Agent Programme throughout the globe.

    Previously, he was the coordinator of the Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA) Europe; Middle East and Africa (EMEA) Heathrow Airport crime reduction working party particularly aimed the logistics supply chain in the Heathrow area. Tony sat on the Metropolitan Police AIMSS Group at Heathrow Airport and was a key participant in the development and publication of the Airfreight Industry Minimum Security Standards for Cargo.

    Tony was the co-director of a national fire & security company based in the UK for 11 years serving Government, MNC’s, and SME markets. During this period, Tony acquired several similar companies and successfully re-branded and merged them into one. Tony has managed  in ‘Location Based Services’ real time tracking solutions, truck and bus fleet management solutions, traffic management, dynamic speed limiting, encryption, tyre pressure monitoring and OTA remote vehicle diagnostics.

    Tony won two Risk & Security awards for his former company, the first being in 2009 for the Supply Chain Security Award - Supply Chain Asia Logistics Awards and the second in 2010 for the Risk Management Award.  He is currently the Vice Chairman of Transported Asset Protection Association (TAPA Asia) and sits on the Board of Advisors for Supply Chain Asia. Tony is also a member of American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS International), Asia Professional Security Association (APSA) and the International Aviation Security Association (IASA).

    Tony holds a Post Graduate Award in Management & Business Studies from the University of Warwick in United Kingdom and qualifications in Security Management, Aviation Security, Electronic Security and Electrical Installation.  Tony resides in Singapore, and based at the Tyco Fire & Security Divisional Head Quarters.


Senior Professionals

    Managing Director, AsiaPac Executive Insights
    Managing Director, AsiaPac Executive Insights

    Mr Wayne Hunt has extensive experience in the Transport & Logistics industry within the Asia Pacific Region, both from an Operational & Senior Corporate Executive/Non-Executive perspective. He joined the Toll Group, Australia’s largest & most diversified Transport & Logistics Group in 1990, and left in December 2014. During the period between August 2007 to December 2014, Wayne served as the CEO/President of Toll Asia and Toll Global Logistics based out of Singapore, charged with establishing Toll’s In-Country Asia-Pacific Regional footprint; a footprint which was recently stated by Japan Post Wednesday 18th February 2015 as a major attraction in its AU$$6.6bn acquisitive Bid to buy the Toll Group (@ approx. 18 times EBITDA).

    From 2006 to 2007 Wayne served as Group General Manager Intermodal Rail at Pacific National Melbourne, Australia; from 1998 to 2006 as Divisional General Manager of Toll Auto Logistics; from 1996 to 1998 as Group General Manager Business Development – Toll Group; from 1993 – 1995 as National Sales & Marketing Manager of Toll Express based out of Sydney and then Melbourne; and NSW Marketing Manager Toll Express from 1990 to 1993. During his time at the Toll Group, Wayne was part of the Senior Executive Team responsible for Revenues of the Group growing from AU$$27m per annum 1990 to AU$$8.8bn per annum as at December 2014 through both Acquisitions and Organic growth, including the introduction of greenfield start-ups in new Services & Markets. The Toll Group listed on the Australian Stock Exchange October, 1993.

    During his time based in Singapore, Wayne developed the concept and also led the Team that has been successful in gaining a two year trial from November 2014 of Super B-Double Semi Trailers within Singapore – an innovation showing significant Productivity, Cost Efficiency & Environmental benefits to the Economy of Singapore; and with a potential to cross the borders of Southeast Asia with the opening up of ASEAN, a ‘single Trading Window’ currently planned to occur December 2015. Wayne continues to lead these Trials on behalf of the Toll Group during implementation.

    Prior to joining the Toll Group, Wayne worked from 1987 as Part – Owner and National Marketing Manager for the privately owned National Transport Company Quicktrans Pty Ltd based out of Sydney (merged with K&S Freighters 1990). Previous to that he spent seven years in various operational and Senior Management roles within Brambles Industrial Services, & Brambles Cranes and Heavy Haulage Division, in South Australia. Wayne is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport; and serves on the Advisory Board of Supply Chain Asia.

    Co-Founder and Partner, Ecohub Global
    Co-Founder and Partner, Ecohub Global

    Mr Peter Woon  is a senior Management Executive with proven track record in Greenfield startup experience. Having started up Supply Chain Solutions and Fulfilment centres in Singapore, Malaysia and China with Modus Media International. He was also part of the pioneer leadership to open the Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort.Peter is an active practitioneer of Supply Chain Management, Spend Management, Global Sourcing, Strategic Procurement, and Supplier Relationship Management. Project Management. Strategic Management for High Tech as well as Service Industries. 

    Peter is currently the Co-founder and Partner of EcoHub Global, which is a Singapore Based enterprise to promote Private Public Partnership focussing on improving the value chain of Food chains leveraging Innovative Technology. EcoHub Global is actively engaged in various Global and regional NPO / Govt initiatives on the Futures of Aquacultures and Food Security and have actively contribute as thought leaders in various regional Sustainable Seafood initiatives like ASEAN Aquaculture Industry Summit 2015, Aquaculture Futures Indonesia 2015,  International Coastal Tuna Business Forum and USAID Sustainable Seafood Industry Innovative Technology Solutions for Asia.
    Previously, he was the Vice President, Procurement and Supply Chain for the Marina Bay Sands Pte Ltd and have served in various diverse international leadership roles in Global Procurement / Sourcing and Supply Chain in the High Technology and Services industry. His previous professional experiences include being the Head of Global Procurement for Soitec Group of companies, Global Sourcing Director for Agilent Technologies and General Manager for Modus Media International in South China and Singapore.
    Chief Editor, TACT, International Air Transport Association
    Chief Editor, TACT, International Air Transport Association

    Turloch is a business intelligence and communications professional with more than 15 years of experience in air cargo, supply chain, logistics and international trade policy and processes. His specialties include stakeholder engagement, compliance management, information sourcing and content distribution.

    Turloch currently works for IATA (the International Air Transport Association) – the global trade association for the world’s airlines - where he is Chief Editor & Secretary to the Global Compliance User Group, The Air Cargo Tariff. This role includes conceptualising, validating and implementing business intelligence solutions to drive efficiency in the global air cargo value chain.

    Turloch co-founded Supply Chain Asia Publications in partnership with the Singapore-based regional non-profit industry community Supply Chain Asia.

    Turloch was Managing Editor - Asia & the Middle East with the London-listed Informa Group, publisher of the Lloyd’s maritime and transport brands. Based in Hong Kong and Shanghai, Turloch was responsible for the group’s Asia-based brands and events as well as large publishing contracts with organisations including the Hong Kong Airport Authority and the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore.

    Turloch holds a Bachelor’s degree in English and History, a Post-Graduate degree in Communications and a first class honours Master’s degree in International Studies with specialisation in International Law and International Trade. He is a mandarin Chinese speaker.