Sembcorp Marine Reorganizes Business to be a Globally Integrated Firm
Singapore's Sembcorp Marine Ltd. announced Tuesday a reorganization of its business as part of an ongoing ‘Transformation for Growth’ strategy.
From July 1, Sembcorp Marine will be one brand focusing on four key capabilities, namely, Rigs & Floaters; Repairs & Upgrades; Offshore Platforms; and Specialized Shipbuilding.
The company is also pleased to announce the following senior operations and commercial appointments:
- Ong Poh Kwee as chief operating officer
- Wang Zijian as head of Singapore Yard Operations
- Ho Nee Sin as head of Offshore Platforms
- Wong Lee Lin as head of Repairs & Upgrades
- William Gu as head of Rigs & Floaters
- Freddie Woo as head of Specialized Shipbuilding
In addition, Sembcorp Marine’s shipyards in Singapore will be known as:
- Sembcorp Marine Admiralty Yard
- Sembcorp Marine Benoi Yard
- Sembcorp Marine Pandan Yard
- Sembcorp Marine Tanjong Kling Yard
- Sembcorp Marine Tuas Boulevard Yard
- Sembcorp Marine Tuas Crescent Yard
- Sembcorp Marine Tuas Road Yard
“An exciting era of growth awaits us,” said Sembcorp Marine Chairman Mohd Hassan Marican, who has been leading the company’s transformation efforts since 2013.
“As an integrated Sembcorp Marine, we can further optimize our capabilities and capacities, as well as increase our efficiency and productivity to better serve our partners and customers.”
Sembcorp Marine President & CEO Wong Weng Sun added: “Our transformation is an ongoing process that allows us to constantly adapt and excel in the dynamic business environment.
“With the ability to embrace change, Sembcorp Marine will continue to stay ahead of the curve and partner with our customers and vendors for long-term success,” Wong said.
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