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タン・チョン・メン

PSAインターナショナル グループ最高経営責任者

タン・チョン・メン

Tan Chong Meng is the Group Chief Executive Officer of PSA International, a leading global port group with operations in Asia, Europe, Middle East and Latin America. PSA is headquartered in Singapore and owned by Temasek Holdings.

Through its 40 port projects around the world, with flagship operations in Singapore and Antwerp, PSA handles 1 in 10 global container movements annually, serving all major international shipping lines and other stakeholders in the maritime supply chain. Chong Meng joined PSA on 1 October 2011, bringing with him a wealth of experience in managing the complexity, diversity and breadth of a global business.

Together with his management team, he is responsible for the overall performance of the PSA Group and provides strategic direction on growing the company’s value through maximising assets, developing PSA port positions and engaging global business partnerships. Outside the PSA Group, Chong Meng serves as Chairman of the JTC Board, a non-Executive Director on the board of the National University Health System (NUHS), and a member of the International Advisory Panel of Singapore’s Public Service Division. He was previously a Board Member of IE Singapore.

Before joining PSA, Chong Meng served as the Executive Vice President, Global Commercial, Shell Downstream, of the Royal Dutch Shell Group. He led six global businesses – many of which are world leaders engaged in the marketing and sale of fuels, lubricants and specialty products to commercial customers vis-à-vis Aviation, Marine, Industrial, Land Transport, Construction and Liquefied Petroleum Gas.

A global leader with more than 20 years of experience in Shell, Chong Meng worked in USA, Europe, China and Singapore, holding various senior leadership positions that spanned management, sales, marketing, trading, refinery operations, customer service and merger & acquisitions. Prior to Shell, Chong Meng had also worked in various positions with Singapore’s Ministry of National Development for five years.