04 May Richard Kok
A former banker attached to Standard Chartered Bank (M), he later moved to the corporate world as Group Finance Officer for a Bursa listed manufacturing company. Besides his role in Malaysia, Richard was also VP for the Group’s operations in Germany and USA, and was the key lead for acquisition strategies in UK, Italy and China.
Later, built his knowledge and experience as COO in Tiong Nam Logistics Bhd, Malaysia’s largest land transport service provider. Being responsible for the Group’s overall operations, sales & marketing, Richard gained insights into the logistics industry and saw weaknesses and opportunities within the industry.
Richard Kok will be appearing in the following sessions:
Overview of Malaysia Logistics Scenario by 2025
LogiSYM Malaysia 2019: Malaysia Day 1 - 23rd July, 2019, 12:00–12:35, Presentation
: , –,
Supply Chain Innovation – Improving the Customer Experience
LogiSYM Malaysia 2019: Malaysia Day 1 - 23rd July, 2019, 16:35–17:10, Interactive Panel Discussion
Voice of the customer – how can we really listen and accommodate customer expectations from supply chain relationships?
LogiSYM Malaysia 2018: Malaysia Day 1 - 24th July, 2018, 15:40–16:30, Talk & Panel Interactive Session
SHOWCASE: Skunkworks / innovation in the supply chain industry.
LogiSYM Malaysia 2018: Malaysia Day 2 - 25th July, 2018, 14:50–16:20, Presentation & Demonstration
While the pace of change in a number of industries can be very rapid, change and adoption of new technology can be slow or limited in the supply chain…
E-Business disruption in global logistics
LogiSYM Singapore 2018: Singapore Day 2 - 16th May, 2018, 13:15–14:00, Talk & Panel Interactive Session
The impact of logistics and supply chain management on e-commerce capabilities : breaking paradigms and looking forward
LogiSYM Singapore 2018: Singapore Day 1 - 15th May, 2018, 13:30–14:20, Talk & Panel Interactive Session
E-commerce presents unique challenges for 3PL delivery networks locally and globally, and for some companies has been a loss leader. Is this an incorr…