09 Jan Dr Koh Chaik Ming
Senior Research Fellow (Food Supply Chain Resilience)
National University of Singapore, Institute of Operations Research and Analytics (IORA)
Dr Koh Chaik Ming is a Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Operations Research & Analytics (IORA) at the National University of Singapore where he focuses on Singapore’s Food Supply Chain Resilience research. Prior to that, he was the Asia Pacific Chief Executive Officer of the largest Chinese frozen meat import platform, spearheading the Group’s cold chain real estate development platform in China. Before that, he was General Manager at Shell China and Regional General Manager – Asia Pacific & Middle East for Shell Marine Products where he managed a US$2 billion business portfolio. Before Shell, Dr Koh was Temasek Holdings’ first Chief Representative for Shanghai and investment cluster lead for aviation and logistics. He also managed M&Ms/Mars cold chain for Dove chocolates in China in the early 1990s. Dr Koh is an alumnus of both Singapore Management University DBA, Harvard Business School AMP and INSEAD MBA program. He is currently an Adjunct Professor at Singapore Management University and Nanyang Technological University on supply chain, corporate finance, mergers & acquisition and growth strategies.
Dr Koh Chaik Ming will be appearing in the following sessions:
PANEL: China’s (X Countries) Changing Distribution Landscape
LogiSYM Cold Chain 2024: LogiSYM Cold Chain 2024 - Day 1, 16 May, 14:30–15:15, Panel Interactive Session
SYNOPSIS Fresh fruit distribution is evolving fast in XXX. Port decentralisation is a key priority to cut congestion and boost efficiency. New routes…