ISS Appoint Romi Kaushai Asia Pacific Operations V-P

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Thursday, November 14, 2013
Romi Kaushai: Photo courtesy of ISS

International maritime services provider, Inchcape Shipping Services (ISS), has appointed Romi Kaushal as Executive Vice President of Operations for their Asia Pacific region.

With extensive experience in operations and shore based management, Romi has worked in senior commercial and operational positions across the globe. He was also a Principal Consultant for KPMG, CEO for the Emirates Shipping Line in Hong Kong and has held shipping roles in Hamburg, New York, Dubai and Montreal.  He started his career at sea as an apprentice and was an officer at sea with P&O Bulk Shipping before coming ashore in 1996.

Based in Singapore, Romi will have operational management responsibility for 17 countries in the region, and will focus on driving growth for ISS by exploring and developing new business opportunities.

Said Michael van Hemert, ISS Group COO: “Romi’s extensive professional experience in customer care, operations, strategic business development and quality control, combined with a strong commercial background, will further enhance our regional team and we warmly welcome him to ISS.”

 

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