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Peter Voser named as new chairman of PSA International

Peter Voser
Terminal operator PSA International is appointing Peter Voser as its new chairman from 1 April as Fock Siew Wah stands down after 13 years in the post.

Fock has served as PSA chairman since August 2005 and will be succeeded by the group's current deputy chairman Voser.

“For the past 13 years, it has been my honour to serve as PSA’s Group Chairman and to have been a part of the organisation’s transformation, an on-going journey that saw its growth from a single port, to its current global footprint spanning over 17 countries. It has been a fulfilling experience and now the time has come for renewal as I retire from the Board this year,” Fock said.

He will remain as a special advisor to the group until he retired on 31 July this year.

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Voser, a former ceo of Royal Dutch Shell, and he held various leadership roles across Switzerland, the UK, the Netherlands, Argentina and Chile.

Voser commented, “Building on their good work, I intend to continue steering the Group towards a sustainable growth trajectory built on integrity, trust and collaboration with our internal and external stakeholders. PSA is already a brand name in the ports and shipping circles and it is my hope that PSA will achieve a strong standing in the sphere of supply chain orchestration as well.”

He holds board of directors positions that include, Chairmanships of ABB Ltd, the Board of Trustees of the St Gallen Foundation for International Studies, and Directorships for Roche Holdings Limited, Temasek Holdings, IBM Corporation and Catalyst Inc.

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