“Global supply chains have been placed under enormous pressure with recent world events, which is forcing many companies to rethink their regional strategies. Resilient and flexible supply chains will be the way forward and I look forward to bringing my experience in global logistics and supply chain to help our clients achieve this,”
TM Insight is continuing the growth of its team in Asia with the appointment of Kenneth Tan as Director of Business Development at TM Insight Asia.
This new senior hire comes after the appointment of the TM Insight’s new team in Singapore, as the firm continues to expand the reach of its unique integrated consultancy services in supply chain optimisation, property advisory, and project management.
Kenneth is a highly experienced global logistics and supply chain specialist and was most recently Deputy General Manager at Mitsui & Co. Global Logistics, an international logistics company.
Kenneth will be working alongside James Christopher, the newly appointed President of TM Insight Asia, and the executive team to grow TM Insight’s presence and provide clients in Asia world-class supply chain and industrial property solutions.
“Kenneth’s extensive knowledge of the supply chain landscape in his home country of Singapore and across Asia will be vital for our clients as they optimise their supply chain networks across the Asia-Pacific region. I look forward to bringing Kenneth’s knowledge and career working with global brands to TM Insight’s clients,” says James Christopher.
Kenneth brings to the team over 17 years of experience in the logistics and supply chain industry across Asia. He has held various senior management roles at Expeditors, DB Schenker, FedEx Express, DHL, and most recently Mitsui and Co. Global Logistics. During this time, he has worked on the supply chain transformations for the likes of Unilever, Microsoft, and Nokia Networks.
Throughout his extensive career, Kenneth has built expertise in global trade, including air and ocean operations, customs and regulatory affairs, warehousing, reverse logistics, and transportation. He has worked in a cross-sector of industries, including ecommerce, pharmaceuticals, FMCG, food and beverage, and industrial manufacturing.
“Global supply chains have been placed under enormous pressure with recent world events, which is forcing many companies to rethink their regional strategies. Resilient and flexible supply chains will be the way forward and I look forward to bringing my experience in global logistics and supply chain to help our clients achieve this,” says Kenneth Tan.
Kenneth adds, “TM Insight has rapidly grown over the last 10 years across its base of Australia and I’m excited to take TM Insight’s unique service to Asia and be part of its growth across the region.”