JRC/Alphatron Marine is pleased to announce that Maurice Rutten has been appointed in the position of Chief Executive Officer and Ryo Yajima in the position of Chief Commercial Officer of Alphatron Marine Systems Pte Ltd. as of 1 July 2020.
In this position Maurice Rutten will be responsible for the operation of Alphatron Marine Systems Pte Ltd. and its subsidiaries in Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam.
Ryo Yajima will be responsible for the JRC business of the entire organization of Alphatron Marine Systems Pte Ltd. and its subsidiaries.
Further, Ng Siew Chui is assigned as Chief Operational Officer and she will be responsible for business support such as finance, human resources, CSR and other general affairs of the mentioned companies.
This triangle shaped top management team has been formed to ensure the future and optimization of the organization structure and corporate cultures to create more values with our shareholder JRC, and increase visibility of the management philosophy in close cooperation with the headquarter in The Netherlands.
Picture from left to right: Ng Siew Chui, Maurice Rutten and Ryo Yajima.
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