Background

Supply Chain Asia (SCA) was founded in 2005 by Paul Lim as a networking platform to bring supply chain and logistics professionals to network, make friends and learn from each other.

Over the years, the community grew in numbers and focus. In 2011, with the support from the Economic Development Board (EDB) of Singapore under its International Not For Profit (IOPO) scheme, it was formally registered as a not-for-profit professional body. provided funding support for SCA .

The community does not have a formal board structure and is supported by various executive committees comprising industry professionals. The following are the committees structure of Supply Chain Asia:

Membership Council 2019/2020

Chairman: Mr Onno Boots, Regional President & CEO, Geodis

Core Members:

  • Mr Laurent Simon, Managing Director, Kuehne+Nagel
  • Mr Euan Kenworthy, Executive Director, Russell Reynolds Associates
  • Mr Vijay Anand, Vice President, Travel, Transportation & Hospitality, IBM
  • Mr Radu Palamariu, Managing Director, Morgan Philips
  • Mr Koh San Joo, Managing Director, iHub Solutions
  • Mr Jason Goh, CEO, Asia, Yang Kee Logistics
  • Ms Ingeborg Veelenturf, Senior Director, Logistics, Tapestry
  • Mr Roland Chong, Supply Chain Director, Qiagen
  • Mr Allen Wan, Head of Supply Chain, Diageo
  • Mr Koh Jin Kiat, Director, Business Growth, BRP (Bombardier Recreational Products)
  • Mr Peter Woon, Managing Director, Koru Greentech

Institutions/Agencies Representatives:

  • EDB – Mr Lee Eng Keat, Executive Director, Logistics
  • Enterprise Singapore – Mr Law Chung Ming, Group Director, Transport & Logistics
  • Workforce Singapore – Mr Yeo Fujie, Principal Manager, Manufacturing Division
  • Singapore University of Social Sciences – Assistant Professor Tan Yan Weng
  • Republic Polytechnic – Mr Soh Lai Seng, Acting Director
  • Temasek Polytechnic – Ms Cheryl Wee-Teo Ni Ni, Dy Director
  • Ngee Ann Polytechnic – Mr Leow Teck Sim, Course Director

Forum 2019 Executive Committee

  • Chairman – Vijay Anand, IBM
  • Alvin Ea, Haulio
  • Sundi Aiyer, Accenture
  • Lin Chee Kin Lin, Singapore Post
  • Koh Niak Wu, The Intelligent Warehouse
  • Ang Tian Teck, StickySpy
  • Laurent Simon, Kuehne + Nagel
  • Wesley THAM, EDB
  • Woo Pei Jie, Enterprise Singapore

Awards 2019 Executive Committee

  • Chairman – Jaya Moorthi Pillai, Schneider-electric
  • Vijay Anand, IBM
  • Koh Jin Kiat, Bombardier Recreational Products (BRP)
  • Ingeborg Veelenturf, Tapestry
  • Paul Bradley, Caprica International
  • Law Chung Ming, Enterprise Singapore
  • Lee Eng Keat, EDB
  • Allen Wan, Diageo
  • Dennis Quek, [email protected]
  • Mark Goh, NUS

Emeritus Council of Advisors
The Board of Advisors has been dissovled at the end of 2018 and the community structure is currently being managed and supported by Executive Committees appointed for specific projects basis. The retired board members have been conferred as members of the Emeritus Council of Advisors. 

  • Robert Yap, YCH Group (Emeritus Chairman)
  • Mr Sundi Aiyer, Accenture
  • Mr Wayne Hunt, AsiaPac Executive Insights
  • Mr Paul Bradley, Caprica International
  • Mr Peter Woon, Ecohub Global
  • Mr Lee Eng Keat, EDB
  • Mr Jamal Chamariq, Estee Lauder Companies
  • Mr Onno Boots, Geodis Wilson
  • Mr Michael Tyler, GlaxoSmithKline
  • Mr Koh Jin Kiat, Bombardier Recreational Products
  • Mr Vijay Anand, IBM
  • Mr Law Chung Ming, IE Singapore
  • Mr Laurent Simon, Kuehne + Nagel
  • Ms Ingeborg Veelenturf, Tapestry
  • Mr Khoo Seng Thiam, SATS
  • Mr Jonathan Lim, Spring
  • Mr Brian Miles, SSI Schaefer
  • Mr Tony Lugg, TAPA
  • Mr Turloch Mooney, TACT
  • Dr Mark Goh, TLI-AP (NUS)

Thrusts and Focus

The three main focus of SCA are connecting people from various sectors of the industry, encouraging communication amongst professionals and creating opportunities for collaborations. The four main pillars of the organisations are memberships, events, academy and publication.

SCA holds various events annually to provide networking and learning opportunities for the community. The organisation also provides training courses in the area of logistics and SCM, equipping attendees with skills that are applicable to the real working scenarios in the industry. As for membership, SCA aims to develop a close-knit community that continues to better itself by leveraging on SCA’s platform and services.

SCA publish a bi-annual magazine that is available in Apr and Sep. The issue in September coincides with its annual Forum and Awards celebration.