Taking A Smarter Route

Frazier, Donald
April 2010
Forbes Asia;Apr2010, Vol. 6 Issue 5, p36
The article focuses on the professional achievements of Oon Chang Howe as chief executive officer (CEO) of Pteris Global in Singapore. It is stated that Howe helped the company to gain a position that poses threat to the world's top longtime airport baggage-handling business. It is mentioned that the outsourcing of all the company's manufacturing out of Singapore to lower-cost countries has been accelerated by Oon.


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