T&T Salvage Strengthens Singapore Team

Press Release
Monday, April 29, 2013
Left to right: Hussain Shah, Lee Hiok Liang and Alex Ang Yew Boon

T&T Salvage recruited three salvage professionals, Lee Hiok Liang, Alex Ang Yew Boon, and Hussain Shah, for its Singapore base.

Lee Hiok Liang joins as a naval architect from a diverse background of twenty years of experience in the marine industry. Lee joins from Royal Boskalis, where he was a Senior Project Engineer. In this role he was actively involved in the construction of new dredging vessels, modification and upgrade supervision to ensure compliance with technical and quality standards. Lee began his career in 1993 as a diver before earning a Naval Architecture degree from University Of Strathclyde (Scotland, U.K.) in 2001.

Alex Ang Yew Boon is another trained diver, beginning his career as a Singaporean Navy diver before entering the industry via Smit in 2004 as a salvage diver. During the past eight years, Alex advanced through the ranks of Smit and Svitzer where he quickly rose from Assistant Salvage Officer to Assistant Salvage Master. During this period, he participated in scores of emergency response and wreck removal cases. Alex is a young and dynamic team player who will contribute greatly to the company's continued success as he matures into the next generation of Salvage Masters.

Hussain Shah has joins T&T as a Salvage Supervisor and will also perform a dual role as a Warehouse/Technical Superintendent. He comes from an extensive career with Smit Singapore as Senior Salvage Logistics and Maintenance Executive from 1998 to early 2013 where he was placed in charge of planned maintenance, inventory control, allocation and distribution locally and global assets worldwide, procurement, maintenance and consumables for salvage projects, coordination of mobilization and demobilization of salvage projects.

  • Salvage Operation: Photo courtesy of T&T Salvage

    Salvage Operation: Photo courtesy of T&T Salvage

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