APSN Forum on Digital Innovation and Port Connectivity

24 September 2019 Cuzco, Peru

SPEAKERS PROFILE
Mr. Tan Cheng Peng
Mr. Tan Cheng Peng First Vice President, APSN Council
Mr. Edgar Patiño
Mr. Edgar Patiño Chairman of the Board National Port Authority of Perú
H.E. Mrs. Minister María Jara Risco
H.E. Mrs. Minister María Jara Risco Minister of Transport and Communications of Perú
Mr. José Bustinza
Mr. José Bustinza Senior Official of Perú for APEC
Mr. Zhang Baochen
Mr. Zhang Baochen Chairman, Academic Committee, China Waterborne Transport Research Institute
Dr. Geraldine Knatz
Dr. Geraldine Knatz Senior Consultant, APSN
Mr. Biju Ninan Oommen
Mr. Biju Ninan Oommen Senior Port & Maritime Transport Specialist, Transport & ICT Global Practice, The World Bank
Dr. Sung Woo Lee
Dr. Sung Woo Lee Deputy President, Port & Logistics Research Division, Korea Maritime Institute
Mr. Javier Lancha De Micheo
Mr. Javier Lancha De Micheo CEO, APM Terminals Callao
Mr. Roger Bernedo Boado
Mr. Roger Bernedo Boado Independent Consultant, Perú
Dato’ Abudullah Yusuff Basiron
Dato’ Abudullah Yusuff Basiron Senior Consultant, APSN
Mr. Lee Jek Suen
Mr. Lee Jek Suen Vice President, Strategic Planning, Jurong Port
Mr. Ken Chan
Mr. Ken Chan CEO, COSCO SHIPPING Ports Chancay Perú
Ms. Jessie Chung
Ms. Jessie Chung Chairman, Hong Kong Container Terminal Operators Association Limited, Hong Kong, China
Mr. Li Bo
Mr. Li Bo Operation Manager, Qingdao Port Automated Terminal, China
Capt. Jaime Barandiaran Laca
Capt. Jaime Barandiaran Laca Crew Manager, Safety Coordinator, DPA, CSO & PFSO / IMO Professional Maritime Casualty Investigator / Ership Grupo – Spain, Perú
Mr. Wong Chiu-yu
Mr. Wong Chiu-yu Senior Marine Officer (Ag), Marine Department, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Hong Kong, China
Mr. Bui Van Quy
Mr. Bui Van Quy Director, Marketing Department, Sai Gon Newport Corporation, Viet Nam
Mr. Tan Cheng Peng
Mr. Tan Cheng Peng First Vice President, APSN Council
Mr Tan Cheng Peng was recently appointed as the Director (Special Projects) in the Chief Executive’s office as of 1 Apr 2019. Prior to this new appointment, he was the Director (Port Policy) in the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA). He has more than 10 years of experience in the long-term port planning, port regulation and port policies for the port of Singapore. Mr. Tan also currently holds the appointment as the First Vice President (2014-2019) of the APEC Port Services Network (APSN), an international organisation formed in 2008 with 18 member economies under the auspices of APEC (Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation). He also served as MPA’s board member to the International Association of Ports and Harbours (IAPH) from 2010-2018. Mr Tan has a Master in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School of Government/Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Administration. He graduated with a First Class Honours in Bachelor of Engineering from the National University of Singapore in 1991.
Mr. Edgar Patiño
Mr. Edgar Patiño Chairman of the Board National Port Authority of Perú
He was born on October 14, 1956 in Lima, Peru. Navy officer in retirement, with a professional degree in Maritime Sciences and master’s degrees in Economics and National Reality, Defense and Development, with more than 30 years working in public entities linked to maritime activities, in the functional areas of planning, budget, operational, economic-financial and administrative. He has an extensive experience in public budget and administration of financial economic resources, focused in the last eleven in the management of the planning and execution of Public-Private Investment Projects in Port and Transportation areas. He currently serves as chairman of the Board of the National Port Authority.
H.E. Mrs. Minister María Jara Risco
H.E. Mrs. Minister María Jara Risco Minister of Transport and Communications of Perú
Lawyer from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, with studies completed in the Master of Competition Law and Intellectual Property in the same house of studies. She is a professional with more than fifteen years of experience in the public and private sector, specializing in administrative law, regulation and management of public services and implementation of public policies, in particular in land transport, sustainable mobility and urban development and environmental aspects in the 3 levels of government and the private sector. Between August 2016 and January 2017, she was the General Director of land transport (DGTT) of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications. He also held the Superintendence of Land Transportation of People, Goods and Cargo (Sutran) between April 2015 and August 2016.
Mr. José Bustinza
Mr. José Bustinza Senior Official of Perú for APEC
Mr. José Bustinza is Minister in the Diplomatic Service of Perú. Mr. Bustinza is currently Director for APEC and Special Fora of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Senior Official of Perú for APEC. Mr. Bustinza has held various positions in the Peruvian Government, including as Director for Drug Control; Chief of Staff of the Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs; Deputy Permanent Representative of Perú to UNESCO; Deputy Chief of Mission in the Embassy of Perú in Malaysia; and Charge d'Affaires a.i. of Perú in Thailand; among others. He has a Master's Degree in Educational Administration from Ramkhamhaeng University in Bangkok, Thailand.
Mr. Zhang Baochen
Mr. Zhang Baochen Chairman, Academic Committee, China Waterborne Transport Research Institute
Mr. Zhang Baochen, Former President of China Waterborne Transport Research Institute (WTI), now serve as Chairman of Academic Committee of WTI, Honorary Member of China Shipping 50 Forum and Advisory Board Member of APSN. Zhang is highly experienced in the management and research of water transport safety, marine survey, maritime search and rescue, oil spill response, and the development of water transport. Mr. Zhang led studies on a series of national scientific research projects, including "Intelligent Surface Oil Spill Disposal Platform Development", "Risk Prevention and Control Technology and Demonstration of the Water Transport Safety in Yangtze River", "Key Technologies for Intelligent Navigation and Control of Ships Based on ShipShore Synergy" and "Guidance on the Development of Intelligent Shipping".
Dr. Geraldine Knatz
Dr. Geraldine Knatz Senior Consultant, APSN
Professor of the Practice of Policy and Engineering, a joint appointment between the University of Southern California Price School of Public Policy and the Sonny Astani Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering. She served as the Executive Director of the Port of Los Angeles from 2006 to January 2014. She was the first woman to serve in this role and made a significant impact through the creation and implementation of the San Pedro Bay Ports Clean Air Action Plan, an aggressive plan that reduced air emissions by combined port operations of over 70 percent over five years which is recognized around the world for its innovation and success. She was also the Managing Director of the Port of Long Beach where she also led a number of environmental initiatives, including the Green Port Policy and Truck Trip Reduction Program. She is past president of the American Association of Port Authorities and past president of the International Association of Ports and Harbors. She serves as Gov. Brown’s appointee on the Ocean Protection Council. She has received numerous awards, including Outstanding Women in Transportation (Journal of Commerce, 2007), Woman Executive of the Year (Los Angeles Business Journal, 2007), Compass Award (Women’s Leadership Exchange, 2008), honorary PhD, Maine Maritime Academy (2009), and the Peter Benchley Ocean Award (Blue Frontier Campaign, 2012). In 2014, she was named a member of the National Academy of Engineering in recognition of her international leadership in the engineering and development of environmentally clean urban seaports.
Mr. Biju Ninan Oommen
Mr. Biju Ninan Oommen Senior Port & Maritime Transport Specialist, Transport & ICT Global Practice, The World Bank
Biju Ninan Oommen serves as the Senior Port & Maritime Transport Specialist at The World Bank, based at Singapore. Oommen supports the Transport & Digital Development Global Practice, engaging in strategy and development, preparation and supervision of projects and technical assistance, sharing of knowledge and experience, and the design of innovative solutions for ports and maritime transport infrastructure development. Prior to joining The World Bank, Oommen worked for a short sea container ship owner/operator, first as a Commercial manager developing the logistics and liner shipping business in South Asia & West Asia – Arabian Gulf, and later as the Chief Executive Officer managing the short sea container feeder operating business from Singapore to South East Asia and South Asia region. Oommen is a post graduate in Business Administration from Madras Christian College, India and holds an MSc in Maritime Studies from Nanyang Technological University Singapore.
Dr. Sung Woo Lee
Dr. Sung Woo Lee Deputy President, Port & Logistics Research Division, Korea Maritime Institute
Dr. Sung-Woo Lee is the Deputy President, Korea Maritime Institute. He has been involved in various governmental projects, many of which are associated with shipping management and port logistics park development. He was previously affiliated with the Centre of Urban Planning and Environmental Management at the University of Hong Kong as a researcher. His interests include managerial and strategic aspects of international logistics and maritime transport, making business model based on SCM and possibility of Arctic logistics system. He is also an advisor in related to logistics field for Korea government. His representative writings are Ports in Proximity, Shipping & Port Condition Changes and Throughput Prospects with Opening of the NSR, Challenges of the Changing Arctic and so on.
Mr. Javier Lancha De Micheo
Mr. Javier Lancha De Micheo CEO, APM Terminals Callao
Javier Lancha de Micheo is the current CEO of APM Terminals Callao, which is the main multipurpose port terminal in Peru. Previously, he held the position of CEO at APM Terminals West Med, which included the terminals of Algeciras and Tangier. He was also CEO of APM Terminals Algeciras. He also has experience in management positions of multinational corporations, such as Alcatel (Brussels), Thales (Madrid) and Galileo Industries (Rome and Munich). He has participated in associations related to the port sector such as Anesco and Pipe (Spain); Chamber of Commerce and Development Association of Tangier (Morocco); AFIN, Chamber of Commerce of Lima (Peru), among others. He has been speaker in conferences and forums, being the last occasion, the TOC Americas Conference in Lima, in November 2017. He also has collaborated with the University of Cadiz in the program “Master of Port Management in leadership and business strategy issues”. He has an Advance Management Program from the IESE Business School (University of Navarra) in Munich and has a degree in Business Administration (B.B.A.) from the CUNEF of Madrid. He has also participated in various development programs at the IMD Business School in Switzerland.
Mr. Roger Bernedo Boado
Mr. Roger Bernedo Boado Independent Consultant, Perú
He is a strategic Consultant in Digital Transformation, Information Technology Management, Information Security, Shared Services Centers, and Business Solutions. Lecturer at National Events, Advisor and Member of Business Board. Commander in retirement of the Peruvian Navy, Systems Engineer from the University of Lima, master’s degree in computer science at the Polytechnic University of Madrid and Bachelor of Naval Maritime Sciences.
Dato’ Abudullah Yusuff Basiron
Dato’ Abudullah Yusuff Basiron Senior Consultant, APSN
Highest academic qualification: Masters in Science (General Maritime administration), World Maritime University, Malmoe, Sweeden Career: Minitsry of Transport Malaysia since 1983 until retirement on 9 January 2017 for a total 35 years of service. Last position was the undersecretary of the Maritime Division, Ministry of Transport Experience: - During his long career, Dato Abdullah was involved in all aspects of planning and development of the maritime industry of Malaysia. Active in bilateral, regional and multilateral engagements particularly in the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and International Association o Light House Authorities (IALA) - In the few years before his retirement he was engaged in the change of status of IALA from an international non-governmental organization to an international governmental organization and was the spokesman for Malaysia in the 2 pre-diplomatic conferences in Marrakech, morocco and Istanbul, Turkey - Dato Abdullah was the Council Member of Malaysia to APSN since 2012 and was elected as APSN First Vice-President in 2013 and served until 2017. He was appointed as APSN senior consultant in 2018 and remains so until present.
Mr. Lee Jek Suen
Mr. Lee Jek Suen Vice President, Strategic Planning, Jurong Port
Jek Suen was head of Research and Innovation from 2014 to 2016. He joined Jurong Port in 2010 as Business Development Manager focusing on China and Southeast Asia. Before JP, he was Director, Operations at Bejaia Mediterranean Container Terminal, a subsidiary of Singapore-based Portek International. From 1998 to 2005, he served with the Singapore Navy and completed his naval career as Commanding Officer of a patrol vessel. Jek Suen holds an MBA from the Singapore Management University and graduated on the Dean’s List. He is also a graduate of Oxford University and LSE, UK.
Mr. Ken Chan
Mr. Ken Chan CEO, COSCO SHIPPING Ports Chancay Perú
Mr. Ken Chan is the CEO of COSCO SHIPPING Ports Chancay Peru. He is also the Company Advisor to COSCO SHIPPING Ports Ltd (CSPL). Mr. Chan has been working in the port industry for more than 20 years. He was Deputy Managing Director of CSPL from 2006 to 2018 in charge of corporate development, portfolio management and sales and marketing respectively. Mr. Chan was the team leader for CSPL project of Pireaus in Greece, Valencia and Bilbao in Spain, Antwerp and Zeebruge in Belgium, as well as Xiamen, Nansha, Qingdao and many others in China.
Ms. Jessie Chung
Ms. Jessie Chung Chairman, Hong Kong Container Terminal Operators Association Limited, Hong Kong, China
Ms Jessie Chung graduated from the University of Hong Kong and attained an MBA degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Ms Chung has over 25 years of experience in container terminals management, including various roles in corporate affairs, commercial and marketing, as well as logistics with Modern Terminals Limited. In 2008, she was appointed as Director and General Manager of Hong Kong River Trade Terminal. She became Chairman of the Hong Kong Container Terminal Operators Association in 2013 with the mission of enhancing the competitiveness of the Hong Kong Container Port.
Mr. Li Bo
Mr. Li Bo Operation Manager, Qingdao Port Automated Terminal, China
Education Sep,1997-Feb,1999 Qingdao Harbour Vocational & Techinical college Work Experience DEC,2016 –Now Deputy operation manager, Qingdao New Qianwan Container Terminal Co; Ltd Oct, 2013-DEC,2016 Operation process superintendent, Qingdao Port International Co; ltd Jan, 2006-Oct, 2013 Ship planner, Qingdao Qianwan Container Terminal Co; Ltd Jan, 2005-Jan, 2006 Member of Business Process Improvement, Qingdao Qianwan Container Terminal Co; Ltd Jan, 2004-Jan, 2005 Equipment manager, Qingdao Qianwan Container Terminal Co; Ltd May, 2001-Jan, 2004 Gate Clerk, Qingdao Qianwan Container Terminal Co; Ltd Jul, 2000- May, 2001 Stevedore, Qingdao Qianwan Container Terminal Co; Ltd Mar, 1999- Jul, 2000 Stevedore, Xigang of Qingdao Port Coporation
Capt. Jaime Barandiaran Laca
Capt. Jaime Barandiaran Laca Crew Manager, Safety Coordinator, DPA, CSO & PFSO / IMO Professional Maritime Casualty Investigator / Ership Grupo – Spain, Perú
He is Crew Manager & Safety Coordinator at Ership S.A., Madrid, Spain. He was born in Lambayeque - Perú and received his B.S.in Nautical Science from Peruvian Merchant Marine National Academy – Perú in 1984 starting his time at sea, he joins Ership as 2nd. Officer and became Master in 2001 till 2007, when he was promoted to his currently position. Received his MD in Integrated Management Systems from La Rioja University, Spain 2013 and since January 2019 attending a Doctorate in Energy and Maritime Propulsion at La Coruña University, Spain. Capt. Barandiaran is also Vice Dean of the School of Merchant Marine Officers of Perú, ILO Maritime Labour Inspector, and Associated Fellow of the Nautical Institute of London.
Mr. Wong Chiu-yu
Mr. Wong Chiu-yu Senior Marine Officer (Ag), Marine Department, Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Hong Kong, China
Mr. WONG joined the Government as a Marine Officer in October 2013. He is currently working in Planning, Development & Port Security Branch.Before joining the Government, Mr. WONG has served as Merchant Navy officer.
Mr. Bui Van Quy
Mr. Bui Van Quy Director, Marketing Department, Sai Gon Newport Corporation, Viet Nam
Education Records • 1987 – 1992: Vietnam maritime University • 1994 – 1995: Japanese Maritime Technical University. • 1998 – 2001: University of Economics- Ho Chi Minh City • 2002 – 2003: Antwerp University (Belgium)-Master Course in Maritime and Transportation Management. Works Records • Before 2008: Operation Manager at Wanhai Lines & CMA- CGM • June 2008- May 2010: Vice Marketing Director at Saigon Newport ( SNP) • 2010 until now: Marketing Director of Saigon Newport Corporation Mr. Bui Van Quy was born on 12th October 1969. He has spent more than 25 years working in the Maritime field. He has worked at Saigon Newport Corporation (the leading container terminal operator in Vietnam) since 2008. As the Marketing Director of SNP, he has joined many international maritime workshops, commercial promotion seminars and acted as the speaker in these events. He has made good contribution to develop the brand name of Saigon Newport as well as its relationship with the customers and partners nationwide and globally especially in the Maritime and Logistic Industry.
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