President, Multipurpose Terminals
Samuel Siew is President of Multipurpose Terminals as of 1 January 2023.
Prior to his current appointment, Samuel served as President, Operations and Technology from April 2019 to December 2022. He was also Chief Operations Officer from July 2015 to March 2019. Samuel played an instrumental role in transforming the operating model of Jurong Port from landlord to terminal operator and developing port-centric ecosystems. As President of Multipurpose Terminals, he is responsible for the entire operations at the Homeport and our satellite OMC and Lighters Terminals, from business to operations to safety.
Samuel previously served as the Vice President of the Integrated Supply Chain for Honeywell Aerospace Asia-Pacific. He has broad experience managing factories, leading large operations and transition projects. Between 2000-2012, he held various leadership positions at Honeywell, which included being the General Manager of its Loyang aftermarket operation; Managing Director and President-Director of the Chai Chee-Bintan manufacturing sites; Penang factory site leader, as well as the Senior Director for all electrical operations in the region. He was made Vice President at Honeywell in 2012 and led the team to high levels of operational performance.
Samuel began his career in 1993 with the Economic Development Board (EDB) of Singapore and subsequently worked for Perkin Elmer Singapore prior to joining Honeywell.
A recipient of the EDB-Glaxo scholarship, Samuel held a First-Class Honors bachelor’s degree (Aeronautical Engineering) from Bristol University in England. He was the co-winner of the University’s Raul Haphner prize. He earned his MBA (with distinction) from the University of Nottingham.
Headquartered in Singapore, Jurong Port is a leading international multipurpose port operator handling general, bulk and containerised cargo. Jurong Port began operations in 1965 as a general and bulk cargo port, serving the development needs of Singapore’s Jurong industrial estate. Today, its main gateway terminal in Singapore welcomes more than 15,000 vessels each year from both the region and internationally.