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Dato' Dr Ibrahim Bin Ahmad
Executive Chairman

 

A Malaysian, aged 62, was appointed to our Board on 1 June 2012. He is a substantial shareholder of the Company.


Dato' Ibrahim holds a Master Degree in Business Administration from the University of Western Sydney, Australia and obtained a Professional Doctorate in Business Administration from Isle International University.

 

Prior to getting involved in the logistic industry, he was holding senior management position in various International companies.  He started his career in the logistic industry when he was appointed as Chief Executive Officer of Port Klang Distribution Park Sdn Bhd ("PKDP"). From the performances and experiences he had in PKDP, he was entrusted to initiate and develop Guper Integrated Logistics Sdn Bhd as its pioneer Chief Executive Officer.

 

Due to the need of his vast expertise, experiences and exposure, he was appointed Chief Executive Officer, State Economic Development Corporation ("SEDC"), Negeri Sembilan, where he strategically repositioned the business, raised SEDC to a higher level, thus creating a differentiated value proposition to the stakeholder.


His experiences extend across all levels of managements, strategic direction and business acumen. He also holds various positions, among them, Chairman of Logistics "Think Tank Group", under the Prime Ministers Department.

 

  

Law Hee Ling
Managing Director

 

A Malaysian, aged 52, is the Managing Director and founder of our Group. He is a substantial shareholder of the Company.

 

He was appointed to our Board on 30 October 2006. Mr Law is a businessman with over 30 years of experience in the shipping industry. He started his career in shipping in 1983 where he was exposed to all aspects of the shipping operations, marketing and finance. In 1988 he started his own logistics agency business and subsequently ventured into marine transportation services in 1995. Since then, he has grown our fleet of vessels and expanded our Group's business activities to cover marine transportation services, logistics operations and general trading. He is responsible for the overall management and operations of our Group.



 

Ng Yoon Kin
Executive Director

 

A Malaysian, aged 65, was appointed to our Board on 12 December 2012.

 

In 1976, Mr Ng first ventured into general lorry transportation business in Selangor and progressively expanded his transportation business from a general cargo transporter to highly specialised bulk tank carrier, serving the specific transportation needs of the cement, beverages, pre-cast concrete, packaging, audio products industries as well as to provide transportation support to integrated logistic services providers. He has more than 40 years' experience in the various aspects of the transportation business in Peninsular Malaysia.

 


 

Chia Kah Ying
Executive Director

 

A Malaysian, aged 49, was appointed to our Board on 2 July 2007. She is a Certified Public Accountant with the Malaysian Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

 

She started her career with Ernst & Young, Malaysia in 1993 and left in 1997. In 1998 she joined the logistic industry and later joined our Group in 2006.

 

  

Yet Kiong Siang
Independent Non-Executive Director

 

A Malaysian, aged 59, was appointed to our Board on 23 January 2009. He is a Chartered Accountant with the Malaysian Institute of Accountants. He is also a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, Chartered Tax Institute of Malaysia and Institute of Internal Auditors of Malaysia.

 

Mr. Yet is the proprietor of an audit firm.  He has over 30 years of experience in the fields of auditing, taxation and management consultancy.

 

 

Datuk Iskandar Bin Sarudin
Independent Non-Executive Director


A Malaysian, aged 62, was appointed to our Board on 8 April 2015. Datuk Iskandar Bin Sarudin graduated from the University of Malaya with B.A. (Hons.) Degree in Malay Studies.


Datuk Iskandar began his distinguished diplomatic career in the Administrative and Diplomatic Service of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs ("Ministry") in 1979 where he was appointed as the Assistant Secretary at Asean National Secretariat.  Datuk Iskandar had many interesting and challenging diplomatic assignments in his 35 years' service with the Ministry.  He was tasked by the Ministry to establish the Malaysian Embassy in the Republic of Chile in 1991 and in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1996.    He was also the Deputy Secretary General of the Ministry and High Commissioner to Sri Lanka and Maldives, Ambassador to Philippines, prior to his posting as the Ambassador of Malaysia to the People's Republic of China in 2010.  He was also the Ambassador of Malaysia to Mongolia concurrently accredited from Beijing (since March 2011).