UPS has appointed Michelle Ho as president of its Asia Pacific region based in Singapore.

“A growth-oriented leader, Michelle will drive UPS’s business and operations in the company’s fastest-growing region that employs over 13,000 UPS employees in more than 40 countries and territories,” reads the release.

As the first female president for UPS’s Asia Pacific region, Michelle brings nearly 30 years of experience having served in multiple leadership roles in Asia. In her previous appointment as president of UPS China, she led the implementation of strategic service and network enhancements across cities large and small. She also drove digital transformation efforts that enabled Chinese businesses to adjust to new demands, help optimize their supply chains, and accelerate global growth – even in the face of a pandemic.

Michelle, a Singaporean, was one of UPS’s first senior female leaders as vice president of finance in Asia Pacific in 2010. Michelle actively participates in public platforms to speak about the crucial role that women play in today’s economy.
International president for UPS Scott Price said, “Michelle brings experience to this vital role along with an immeasurable passion for the business and dedication to our customers.”

“Michelle has a clear vision for business growth and a solid track record of leading UPS to make strategy ic investments that reinforce our commitment to deliver the best logistics experience for our customers in Asia. With Michelle at the helm, we will continue to build the innovative digital experience powered by a global smart logistics network that our customers expect. Michelle’s customer-first mindset is central to what will propel the business in a region expected to drive strong demand,” he added.

Michelle Ho said, “The Asia Pacific region is on an upward growth trajectory and the pandemic has driven increased demands and opportunities for e-commerce, healthcare and international trade.”

“As an enabler of global trade, UPS has the capacity to support this demand and allow businesses to plug into one of the world’s largest air networks to get their packages to the right place, at the right time. I’m excited to work with the capabilities and talent of a cross-functional team of logistics experts to deliver faster speed to market and stronger intra-Asia and intercontinental connections,” she added.

Source : ITLN