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LOW WENG FATT
Managing Director and CEO
Mr Low Weng Fatt, the Managing Director and CEO of the Group, was appointed to the Board of Chasen Holdings Limited since 2007. He was instrumental in ensuring the success of the reverse acquisition of China Entertainment Sports Ltd, which led to the listing of the Chasen Group on SESDAQ (now known as Catalist) and transferred to the Mainboard in February 2013. As Managing Director and CEO, Mr Low is responsible for executing the Group’s business strategy as deliberated and approved by the Board, providing leadership to ensure success of the Group’s operations in the region, identifying new business opportunities identifying as well as managing and supervising the daily operation of the Group.
Mr Low joined Chasen Logistics Services as a Project Manager in 1996 when it operated as a partnership. He played a pivotal role in steering the growth of Company since he became its Managing Director in 2001. With his extensive experience in the logistics industry, Mr Low has exploited its first mover advantage in meeting the growing specialist relocation needs of manufacturers and other businesses, which use sophisticated and expensive machinery and equipment in their operations locally and in this region and in building up a good track record and reputation for the Group.
His ability to anticipate business trend and demand has enabled the Group to offer the right type of skills, equipment and value add services to meet the total relocation needs of customers. The development of this comprehensive range of services to meet the customers’ relocation logistics needs also enabled the Group to replicate its services capabilities overseas in particular the People’s Republic of China (2004), Malaysia (2005), Vietnam (2009) and in 2015, the United States of America.
Mr Low continues to play an instrumental role in charting the Group’s business development, growth and expansion globally, including extending its core business higher up the supply chain to include technical and engineering services to complement its logistics capability. This competitive advantage enabled the Company to generate revenue well past $100 million in recent years.