Singapore-based logistics solutions provider looks to expand in South-East Asia region under new leadership
SINGAPORE, 30th January 2012 – Leading chemical logistics solutions provider RichLand-LSP has appointed Graham Wall as Managing Director as it looks to expand its bulk liquid chemical transport operations throughout South-East Asia. Mr Wall brings 25 years of chemical logistics experience – both in Europe and in Asia – to the company and will be responsible for overseeing operations and expanding the business into new markets and industry verticals across the region.
He has previously worked for Interflow, Trencor, Syrius Group and PD Ports & Logistics and has specific expertise in the organisation and development of ISO-tank fleets throughout the world. Director of RichLand Logistics, Mr Colin Moran, said, “The appointment of Mr Wall is in response to our ambitious development plans to expand our business throughout the South-East Asia region. “His wide range of experience in the logistics industry will be invaluable as we look to develop our ability to offer one-stop logistics solutions.” Mr. Wall holds a Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Teeside Polytechnic, is a Fellow of the Institute of Logistics and Transport (FCILT) and previously served as Vice Chairman of the UK Warehousing Association.
About RichLand Logistics: RichLand Logistics Services Pte Ltd (“RichLand”) provides supply chain services including inbound and outbound transportation activities, distribution management, seaport and airport cargo handling services, and chemical logistics distribution throughout the region.
RichLand employs over 500 employees and has a fleet of over 400 trucks and more than 500 ISO-tanks. RichLand is the wholly-owned subsidiary of Ramba Energy Limited (RMBA:SP), an oil and gas exploration and production company with interests in Indonesia. The Group beneficially holds a 41% interest in the Lemang block in Sumatra, a 70% interest in the Jatirarangon block in West Java, and a 100% interest in the West Jambi block in Sumatra. All of Ramba’s assets are located in onshore regions on the Indonesian islands of Java and Sumatra.