04 May Bob Gill
General Manager, Southeast Asia
ARC Advisory Group
Bob Gill is responsible for managing ARC Advisory Group’s business operations and market research activities in Southeast Asia. ARC provides technology research, advisory and consulting services to many of the world’s leading industrial automation and software suppliers as well as to prominent end-user companies in the manufacturing and energy industries. For the supply chain sector, in addition to multiple market studies, ARC publishes the long-running Logistics Viewpoints blog.
Bob’s work experience includes engineering roles (total 15 years) at British Aerospace, General Electric Company (GEC), and the Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech). He also had a decade-long career in industrial trade media as editor of publications including Control Engineering Asia, Industrial Automation Asia and Logistics Insight Asia, and editor-in-chief at Reed Business Information Asia.
Bob graduated from the University of Wales in Cardiff, UK, with a BSc in Electronics and an MSc in Manufacturing Systems Engineering. He also has a MBA from NTU in Singapore. As well as numerous articles for industry publications, he was contributing author to Action Learning Cases in Organisational Behaviour (2004) and Many Ships, One Boat: Expat Tales and Tips (2011).
Bob Gill will be appearing in the following sessions:
LogiSYM Awards Presentation
LogiSYM Digital 2020: Digital Day 1 - 25th June, 2020, 16:00–16:20, Presentation
Shifting Supply Chains
LogiSYM Singapore 2021: Singapore Day 1 - 10th March, 2021, 14:15–15:00, Interactive Panel Discussion
LogiSYM Singapore 2019: Singapore Day 2 - 16th May, 2018, 13:10–13:20, Presentation
LogiSYM Singapore 2019: Singapore Day 1 - 14th May, 2019, 12:35–12:45, Presentation
Fireside Chat: Supply Chain Leadership
LogiSYM Singapore 2019: Singapore Day 2 - 15th May, 2019, 15:20–15:50, Interactive Panel Discussion
Inter and Inner City Cold Chain Operation in SEA
LogiSYM Singapore 2019: Singapore Day 1 - 14th May, 2019, 16:20–17:00, Interactive Panel Discussion
China’s Belt & Road Initiative: The Opportunity for Countries in the Region
LogiSYM Singapore 2018: Singapore Day 1 - 15th May, 2018, 13:30–14:20, Interactive Panel Discussion
This hybrid panel will feature an opening presentation by Ton Van den Bosch. The Belt & Road initiative and its impact on terminal development and…