GAC Focuses on Asia Pacific with New Appointment

GAC is strengthening its strategic focus on the Asian Pacific energy sector with the appointment of Lailah Soon as Regional Business Development Manager, Oil & Gas.

Soon has more than a decade of experience in the oil & gas logistics sector in Singapore, New Zealand and Dubai. She is now drawing on that experience to drive GAC’s business offering to support oil & gas operations at established and new locations for exploration and extraction throughout the region, the company wrote.

She is based in Singapore, and reports direct to Group Vice President – Asia Pacific, Fredrik Nystrom, who says: “Despite the prices fluctuations of recent years, the oil & gas industry remains a key component in our long-term plans.

“Lailah’s appointment to this new dedicated role demonstrates our belief in Asia’s increasingly important contribution to the world economy and the GAC Group’s long-term commitment and global focus on oil & gas. She will serve an important role in the Asia region, steering our efforts to deliver world-class support and achieve even greater engagement with the sector.”

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