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SingPost appoints Li Yu as CEO for International Business

He took on the role on 12 September.

Singapore Post Limited (SingPost) has appointed Li Yu as the new CEO for its International Businesses.

Yu took over the role on 12 September.

“I am delighted to be part of SingPost and its transformation because innovation leads to new growth opportunities that can scale a business to greater heights. There is much more to be achieved together and I look forward to being a driver of change at SingPost,” Yu said.

Under his new role, Yu will be establishing long and short-term business strategies for international businesses and strengthening its corporate and board governance “focusing on operational excellence, transformational growth, social responsibility, and sustainability.”

Prior to his appointment, Yu was part of the APAC Global Logistics and Distribution at United Parcel Service (UPS).

In UPS, he also oversaw all aspects of logistics and distribution operations and led a cross-functional team managing customer engagement, technology, innovation, engineering, marketing, and strategy.

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