Ng Chee Keong

Chairman

Mr Ng Chee Keong joined the Board of Jurong Port on 30 May 2012 and was appointed as Chairman on 1 October 2016. 

Mr Ng currently sits on the Board of Mencast Holdings Ltd, Samudera Shipping Lines and is the Deputy Chairman of Keppel Club. He had a long and illustrious career with PSA, having joined in 1971 and rising through the ranks till his retirement in 2005 as CEO, PSA (Singapore Region).

In his 34 years with PSA, Mr Ng served as Managing Director of CWT Distribution Pte Ltd, Senior Vice President (International Business), President (Container Terminals), Group President and CEO, President and CEO (PSA Singapore). 

He was awarded the Efficiency Medal and the Public Administration Medals (Gold, Silver and Bronze). Mr Ng is a graduate (Economics, Honours) of the University of Singapore. He has also completed the Advanced Management Programs from Stanford University and INSEAD.

 
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Png Cheong Boon

Mr Png Cheong Boon was appointed to the Board of Jurong Port on 23 May 2013.

He is currently the CEO of JTC Corporation.

Prior to Mr Png’s appointment as JTC CEO, he was Chief Executive of SPRING Singapore. He joined SPRING Singapore as its Deputy Chief Executive in 2003 and was appointed Chief Executive in 2008. During his tenure there, Mr Png spearheaded the Board’s efforts in developing a competitive SME sector and nurturing innovative Singapore enterprises.

Mr Png spent ten years with the Economic Development Board (EDB) in various capacities. His last appointment was as Regional Director for Central US based in Chicago, responsible for EDB's investment promotion efforts in the midwest and southcentral states in the US.

Mr Png was awarded an EDB-Glaxo scholarship and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University and completed a Masters of Science in Management under the Sloan Fellows Programme at Stanford University.

Mr Png was conferred the Public Administration Medal (Silver) in 2008.

 
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Andre Maniam

Mr Andre Maniam was appointed to the Board of Jurong Port on 5 September 2011.

Mr Maniam is a lawyer by profession and is currently a Senior Counsel and a partner in WongPartnership LLP, where he is the Head of the Litigation & Dispute Resolution Group. His practice covers litigation and arbitration across a wide range of matters including commercial and corporate disputes, cross-border trade and insolvency, and construction.

He is on the panels of arbitrators of the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) and the Kuala Lumpur Regional Centre for Arbitration (KLRCA), and is a referee of the Industrial Arbitration Court under the Industrial Relations Act. He was a Justices' Law Clerk in the Supreme Court before entering private practice.

Mr Maniam is a Contributing Editor of “Singapore Civil Procedure”, and reviewed articles on Singapore law for the launch of the official Singapore Law website. He is a principal examiner for the Commercial Practice component for the inaugural Foreign Practitioner Examinations, with primary responsibility over the topic of “Contract Law”.

Mr Maniam graduated from the National University of Singapore with the Adrian Clark Memorial Medal for being the top law student in his year, and subject prizes for Jurisprudence and Public International Law.

 
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Chew Men Leong

Rear Admiral (NS) Chew Men Leong was appointed to the Board of Jurong Port on 14 May 2012. 

He is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Land Transport Authority (LTA). He was previously the CEO of Public Utilities Board (PUB) and the Chief of Navy. 

He read Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Imperial College, University of London on an SAF (Overseas) Scholarship, graduating with First Class Honours, and subsequently obtained a Masters of Science from Stanford University, USA.

 
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Eng Aik Meng

Mr Eng Aik Meng was appointed to the Board of Jurong Port on 30 May 2012.

Mr Eng spent many years with Neptune Orient Lines (NOL) in various postings overseas, and also headed its strategic planning arm. He was also Deputy CEO of IMC Corp, and President of American President Lines (APL). He is now Senior Advisor to TPG Capital.

Mr Eng was formally a non-executive director of Healthscope Hospitals Group, one of the largest healthcare groups in Australia.

He holds a Bachelor of Accountancy (Honours) from Nanyang Technological University and an MBA from Harvard University.

 
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Robert Yap

Mr Robert Yap was appointed a Director on the Board of Jurong Port on 1 October 2016. 

Mr Yap is presently the Deputy Chairman and Executive Director at Y3 Technologies since June 2015. Previously Mr Yap was part of DFS Group global leadership for over 10 years between 2004 till December 2014 and helmed the position as President, DFS Venture and a member of the company's board. Concurrently Mr Yap was Executive Vice President of DFS Group which is majority owned by the Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessy (LVMH) Group.

Prior to joining DFS Group, Mr Yap was the Chief Executive Officer for East Asia region at PSA International based in Singapore. Between 2006 till 2014, Robert served as a board member with IBM Corporation Global Advisory Board based in New York, US.

Amongst the company boards and notable councils that Mr Yap is currently involved, these include:

  • Fullerton Healthcare Corporation, Board Director
  • Rock Productions, Chairman
  • Sunseap Group, Board Director
  • Supply Chain Angels, Investment Committee Member
  • ASEAN Business Advisory Council, Singapore Council Representative
  • Singapore National Employers Federation, Deputy Honorary Secretary 
  • Singapore Management University, SIS Advisory Board, Chairman
  • Singapore Management Univeristy, ISES Advisory Board, Chairman 
  • University of New South Wales, Singapore Advisory Council, Member

Mr Yap's past appointments of several SGX listed companies included CWT Limited and Frontline Technologies Limited. He graduated with two degrees from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia. In 1986, Mr Yap was conferred a Bachelor degree with Honours in Mechanical Engineering and in 1989, a Masters in Engineering Science. 

 
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V. Sivarajan

Mr Sivarajan was appointed a Director on the Board of Jurong Port on 1 October 2016. 

Mr Sivarajan graduated with a Bachelor of Accountancy and has additional qualifications in Bachelor of Laws (2nd Hons) [Distance Learning] and management accounting from the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.

Mr Sivarajan started his career with PSA in 1975 in the Finance Division and over a period of 14 years managed various aspects in finance, including treasury and group accounts.

From 1989 to 1996 he was the Head of Internal Audit covering financial, operational and computer system audits.

In 1996 Mr Sivarajan assumed the post of Managing Director of PSA Marine Pte Ltd with overall responsibility for the company’s marine operations in Singapore.  He also spearheaded the company’s growth with joint ventures in India, China, Vietnam and various acquisitions including marine offshore companies.

Mr Sivarajan was Managing Director in PSA India Pte Ltd from 2011 till his retirement in October 2015.

Mr Sivarajan had served on various Boards in both locally and overseas. 

 
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Tan Meng Dui

Mr Tan Meng Dui was appointed a Director on the Board of Jurong Port on 1 January 2017. 

Mr Tan Meng Dui is the Deputy Secretary (Development) of the Ministry of National Development (MND). He oversees the Ministry's Housing, Research & Strategy Management (RSM), Corporate Communications and Corporate Development Divisions. In the area of Housing, he is responsible for formulating and implementing housing policies to address the needs of different segments of Singapore's population. He also guides the RSM division in their economic and social research, and in charting the strategic direction for the Ministry. He is also responsible for strengthening the HR, Finance, IT and Corporate Communications systems at the Ministry HQ and its statutory boards, including the risk management, crisis management and emergency planning functions. 

Mr Tan joined the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) in 1986 and served in several key appointments in the SAF and Ministry of Defence (MINDEF), before retiring from regular military service as a Brigadier General in 2011. Before assuming his current appointment in MND, he held the appointment of Deputy Secretary (Technology) in MINDEF.

Mr Tan graduated from the Imperial College London with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics. He has a Masters in Public Administration from Harvard University, and attended the Advanced Management Programme at the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.

Mr Tan is an Administrative Service officer in the Singapore Public Service. He was awarded the Public Administration Medal (Silver) (Military) in 2006. He sits on the boards of The Centre For Liveable Cities Limited and Nanyang Technological University Board of Trustees.

 
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Ooi Boon Hoe

Ooi Boon Hoe joined Jurong Port as Chief Executive Officer on 21 August 2014.

Boon Hoe has had more than twenty years' experience in both the public and private sectors. He started his career with the Republic of Singapore Navy and the Ministry of Defence. In the private sector, Boon Hoe worked in DBS Bank as a corporate finance professional before joining Portek International in 2002. At Portek, Boon Hoe held various key positions including Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer.

Boon Hoe graduated with a Bachelor of Science (First Class Honors, Economics) from the University of London; he also attended the College Interarmee De Defense, Paris, France; and he obtained a 1st Class Pass from Britannia Royal Naval College. He was a recipient of the Singapore Armed Forces Overseas Training Award, and a Singapore Armed Forces Merit Scholarship.

 
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Ng Chee Keong Png Cheong Boon Andre Maniam Chew Men Leong Eng Aik Meng Robert Yap V. Sivarajan Tan Meng Dui Ooi Boon Hoe
Ng Chee Keong Png Cheong Boon Andre Maniam Chew Men Leong Eng Aik Meng Robert Yap V. Sivarajan Tan Meng Dui Ooi Boon Hoe