No doubt, COVID-19 and geopolitical tensions are impacting the world economy in general and supply chains in particular. Yet the smooth transportation of essential goods and materials has never been more necessary for lives and livelihoods globally. What do these extraordinary disruptions mean for the world’s largest transhipment hub in Singapore, and how will global supply chains evolve and shift in response to changing consumption and production structures? What are the challenges regarding climate change and how will PSA International tackle them? And finally, what will this industry look like in 2030? TAN Chong Meng, the expert on this topic, will give his insights into these most crucial developments.
TAN Chong Meng is the Group Chief Executive Officer of PSA International, a leading global port group with flagship operations in Singapore and Antwerp. PSA’s global network encompasses more than 60 deepsea, rail and inland terminals in 26 countries, as well as affiliated businesses in distriparks, warehouses and marine services. Outside the PSA Group, Chong Meng serves as the Chairman of JTC Corporation, a non-Executive Director on the board of the National University Health System (NUHS) and as the Co-Chair of the Emerging Stronger Taskforce, a committee set up by the Singapore government to guide the nation’s economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Before joining PSA, he was the Executive Vice President, Global Commercial, Shell Downstream, of the Royal Dutch Shell Group.
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