Our Key Executives

Mr. Law Chwan Yaw

Group Financial Controller
Penguin International Limited

Mr. Law was appointed Group Financial Controller in November 2008. He is responsible for the Group’s finance, accounting and risk management functions. Mr. Law joined the Penguin Group as an Accountant in May 2001 and was later promoted to Group Accountant in August 2006, and then Group Finance Manager in July 2008, before being appointed to his current position.

Mr. Law is a member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants and the Malaysian Institute of Accountants. He graduated from the University of Malaya in 1996 with a Bachelor of Accounting Honours degree.

Mr. Stephen Phuah Kah Seong

General Manager, Group Commercial
Penguin International Limited

Mr. Phuah joined the Penguin Group in November 2016 as General Manager of Group Commercial. He is responsible for the Group’s sales, marketing and contracting functions, including shipbuilding and repair, chartering and sale & purchase.

Mr. Phuah possesses more than 30 years of experience in offshore commercial roles spanning shipbuilding and chartering. Prior to joining the Penguin Group, Mr. Phuah held senior commercial positions at global marine and offshore companies.

Mr. Phuah graduated from Nanyang Technological Institute in 1987 with an Honours Degree in Civil and Structural Engineering.

Mr. Chan Ying Kwok

General Manager
Penguin Shipyard International Pte Ltd

Mr. Chan joined the Penguin Group in October 2016 as Deputy General Manager of Penguin Shipyard International Pte Ltd, and was promoted to General Manager in January 2018.

Mr. Chan possesses more than 30 years of experience in the shipping and shipbuilding industries. Prior to joining the Penguin Group, Mr. Chan has held senior managerial and lead positions in local and overseas companies, performing a variety of roles including vessel design, newbuilding, operations and maintenance.

Mr. Chan is a Chartered Marine Engineer of the Engineering Council, UK, and a qualified Quality Assurance Engineer. He holds a UK First Class Honours Bachelor of Engineering Degree in Marine Technology, specialising in Marine Engineering, and a local Post-Graduate Diploma in Defence Science and Technology.

Mr. Marcus Lim Boon Pin

Deputy General Manager
Pelican Ship Management Services Pte Ltd

Mr. Lim joined the Penguin Group in October 2017 as Deputy General Manager of the Group’s ship management arm and crewboat-owning subsidiaries under the Pelican Group.

A Class 1 Marine Engineer with more than a decade of seagoing experience, Mr. Lim is responsible for the safe and efficient operation of the Group’s own fleet of high-speed vessels.

Prior to joining the Penguin Group, Mr. Lim has held various managerial positions in the marine and offshore industries.

Mr. Lim graduated from Singapore Polytechnic in 1999 with an Advanced Diploma in Marine Engineering. He went on to obtain a First Class Honours Degree in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, majoring in Marine and Offshore Engineering, from Nanyang Technological University in 2007.

Mr. Cedric Fong Chor Hung

General Manager
PT Kim Seah Shipyard Indonesia

Shipyard Manager
Penguin Shipyard International Pte Ltd

Mr. Fong joined the Penguin Group in December 2016 as Shipyard Manager of Penguin Shipyard International Pte Ltd, and was also appointed General Manager of the Group’s Batam shipyard, PT Kim Seah Shipyard Indonesia, in January 2018.

Mr. Fong oversees all trades and facilities in Penguin Shipyard in Singapore, and all shipbuilding, repair and conversion activities in PT Kim Seah in Batam.

Mr. Fong possesses close to two decades of experience in the marine industry, holding managerial positions in both Singapore and Batam.

Mr. Fong graduated from Queensland University of Technology with an Honours Degree in Electrical and Computer System Engineering in 2002 and holds a Diploma in Electrical Engineering from Ngee Ann Polytechnic.

Mr. Philip Chan Ban Eng

Deputy General Manager
PT Kim Seah Shipyard Indonesia

Mr. Chan was appointed Deputy General Manager of the Group’s Batam shipyard, PT Kim Seah Shipyard Indonesia, in November 2013.

With close to four decades of shipbuilding experience, Mr. Chan is responsible for all production activities in Batam, including production planning, project management and quality control.

Prior to joining the Penguin Group, Mr. Chan had worked as a Production Manager at a Singapore-based aluminium shipyard for close to two decades.

Mr. Chan holds a Diploma in Business Efficiency and Productivity in Production Management from Singapore’s NPB Institute for Productivity Training, as well as an Advanced Craft Certificate in Shipbuilding from City and Guilds of London Institute.