Cargotec Names Kho Senior Vice President

press release
Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Cargotec appoints Frank Kho to lead terminal solutions development and container terminal projects.

 
Mr. Kho brings with him over 20 years of industry experience in several senior management positions at world's leading port operators, such as the Antwerp terminals of PSA and several terminals of HPH. He has headed container operations with significant operational efficiencies in cost per unit moved and, most notably, with improved service levels.
 
In Cargotec, Mr Kho will be responsible for leading the development of new solutions to enable customers' business processes run better as well as for defining and integrating solutions to specific needs of greenfield and brownfield container terminal projects.  
 
Mr Kho's appointment supports Cargotec's strategy to strengthen the company's customer process expertise in Terminals business. The strategy has already proven its power with the recent significant automation orders from London Gateway and TraPac Inc, in Los Angeles, USA. The company has also announced the opening of its Competence Centres in Tampere, Finland, and Singapore. Mr Kho will be located at the Singapore Competence Centre.
 


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