Equality, harmony, respect, and the “one-team spirit” are some of the key values we have nurtured as a whole. Great things will happen with the right culture & values and with the right people to safeguard it. People who are entrepreneurial, agile and dream big in what they want to achieve can be a proud ergoner!
“Knowing good enough is not enough” is our business spirit! It is reflected from the way we present ourselves to the continuous innovation and evolution of our business ideas and product features. Ergoners coming from different walks of life enable the business to stay creative and innovative. If you think people and values matter, join us!
Started his career in Logistics following with a decade of experience in Executive Search, Kingson has a strong track record in supporting his clients at mid to senior-level hiring across Asia. He devotes his time now in transforming hiring and getting hired to be smarter, more efficient and more straightforward for both talents and hirers.
Anthony Chen was the director of strategic development at Flexport, a tech-enabled freight forwarder headquartered in San Francisco with more than $1b in VC funding raised since 2013. Over the years, Chen has led Flexport's efforts in Asia, a market that accounts for more than 50 percent of the company's overall business, and is of additional strategic importance for its Chinese suppliers and partners.
Pete has 25 years of experience in Human Resources, Sales, and Marketing roles at Procter & Gamble and Maersk Group. Before joining FAB, he served as the Chief Human Resources Officer for Damco, a world leader in logistics and supply chain management, with a presence in over 80 countries. He has vast experience across Asia Pacific, USA and EMEA having lived in Singapore, Netherlands, and Denmark.
Stefan Karlen joined Panalpina in 1997 and has held various positions spanning across Europe, Africa, Central Asia and Asia Pacific. He has played a key role in Panalpina’s international expansion. In 2013, he became the Regional CEO for Asia Pacific before his promotion to Global CEO in 2016.