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KUALA LUMPUR: IJM Corp Bhd has appointed Datuk Wong Tuck Wai as CEO of IJM Land Bhd and Vino Kumar Selvabalakrishnan as CEO of Kuantan Port Consortium Bhd.
It said in a statement that the appointments will be effective on July 1 and June 27, 2022, respectively.
"Datuk Wong and Vino will further add fresh perspectives to their businesses, pursuing a clear vision for change and value creation in the markets we serve.
"Both the seasoned industry veterans’ vast experience and impressive track records will be essential as the Group charts its course through this period of fast structural, regulatory and society change, with the many opportunities and challenges that this will bring,” said IJM Corp group CEO and managing director Liew Hau Seng.
According to the statement, Wong is an industry veteran who most recently served as deputy president and chief operating officer of SP Setia Bhd from 2016 to 2021.
Most notably, he helmed the GBP8bil redevelopment of the iconic Battersea Power Station in London as the chairman of Battersea Power Station Development Company.
Vino Kumar Selvabalakrishnan has been appointed CEO of Kuantan Port Consortium
Vino Kumar meanwhile has a wealth of experience in improving the service quality, productivity and efficiency of international marine and vessel operations.
He held senior management positions with CMA CGM SA, a leading worldwide shipping and logistics group in France and USA and GB Group Haiti, as the CEO of Port Lafito, Haiti's largest and deepest multipurpose port.
He also worked in Asia with shipping lines such as Norasia -CSAV Group, Hong Kong, and as a senior deck officer with APL- NOL Group, Singapore.
Most recently, he was with a leading commercial diving company, Subsea Global Solutions LLC, USA.
Vino was also involved in several successful consultancies and turnkey logistic and port projects in North and South America, the Black Sea, and the Mediterranean.