Menlo makes South Asia appointments

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Menlo Worldwide Logistics, the global logistics subsidiary of Con-way Inc., announced the promotions of Thomas Koh and Chuan Peng Low within the company’s South Asia organization. The two have been named director of business development and director of solutions and information technology, respectively.

Koh is responsible for leadership and management functions including developing and delivering revenue targets and formulating regional strategies and initiatives to meet customer satisfaction goals. Koh joined Menlo as business development manager in 2005 and was promoted to regional manager in 2010. Throughout his tenure with the company, Koh has led multiple accounts from inception to maturity across various industry groups. He brings extensive regional sales experience and demonstrates a strong commitment to meeting business growth targets.

Low is responsible for the leadership, management and overall performance of the solutions and IT teams. This includes delivering compelling value propositions for customer engagements and continuously improving processes to ensure the effectiveness of all functions. Low joined the company in 2005 as senior IT consultant and was named manager of IT in 2008. As a member of the leadership team, she has driven many critical South Asia IT initiatives, including warehouse management systems conversions and successful Lean office implementation.

“We congratulate Thomas and Chuan Peng on their well-deserved promotions and are confident they will continue to make valuable contributions to the organization,” says Desmond Chan, managing director of South Asia for Menlo Worldwide Logistics. “Our customers in South Asia rely on Menlo to provide insight and understanding into the unique logistics challenges of the region. We’re fortunate to be able to provide to our customers the talent and years of regional expertise that these two seasoned managers bring.”