Singapore Technologies Engineering Ltd (ST Engineering) has announced changes to its top deck. Lim Serh Ghee will take over as Chief Operating Officer for the Group.
He is currently President of the Group’s Aerospace sector. In his new role, Serh Ghee’s responsibilities will include driving operational and cost efficiencies across the Group, and promoting further integration of the Group’s business sectors. He will also oversee IT, Procurement and Estate & Facilities Management functions, and remain as a member of the Management Committee at ST Engineering.
“Serh Ghee’s extensive operational experience and proven strategic mindset will be invaluable to the Group as he focuses on improving organisational effectiveness to enable sustainable growth. Jeffrey is the right leader to lead the Aerospace business forward as he has been playing an integral role in assisting Serh Ghee in driving the sector’s growth with his intimate knowledge of the industry, with a keen focus on innovation and performance,” said ST Engineering’s Chief Executive Officer, Vincent Chong.
Serh Ghee has been President of ST Engineering’s Aerospace sector since December 2014. He has been instrumental in the growth of the Aerospace business, including its expansion in China, the U.S. and more recently in Vietnam, as well as the acquisition of MRA Systems that strategically moved the sector into the original equipment manufacturing of aircraft engine nacelle systems.
Jeffrey Lam will now take over as President of ST Engineering’s Aerospace sector with a mandate to drive the growth of the sector, focusing on enhancing its position as a global integrated aviation solution provider with original equipment manufacturing and aftermarket capabilities.
Both positions report to the Chief Executive Officer, Vincent Chong.
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