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TT Club Adds N e w Directors

At its recent board meeting in Taipei, the TT Club appointed three new directors, namely: Robert Cooper; C. Eugene Cox; and Lua Cheng Eng.

Mr. Cooper is chief executive of Ports of Auckland Ltd. and president of the International Association of Ports and Harbors (ITPH). He is also a former international vice president of the International Cargo Handling Co-ordination Association (ICHCA), and chairman of the New Zealand Container Terminal Operators Association.

Mr. Cox is senior vice president with responsibility for Engineering and Operations for the Bermuda Electric Light Co. Mr. Eng has been CEO of Neptune Orient Lines Ltd., Singapore, since 1979, and the company's deputy chairman since 1990. He is also president of the Singapore National Shipping Association, chairman of Jurong Shipyard Ltd., a director of Sembawang Holdings Pte. Ltd., and reportedly maintains close links with various bodies such as NKK, BIMCO, and the Japanese classification society.




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