Beyonics appoints Scott D. Smith as new CEO
By Digital News Asia July 25, 2016
- With recent merger, current CEO Michael Ng takes on COO role
- Smith has over 30yrs’ experience, served with many Fortune 500 firms
SINGAPORE-based Beyonics Pte Ltd, which provides integrated precision parts and electronics manufacturing solutions to global OEMs (original equipment manufacturers), has appointed Scott D. Smith (pic) its new chief executive officer (CEO), effective July 18.
As a result of the company’s expansion – including a recent merger with Chosen Holdings – current CEO Michael Ng will take on the newly created role of chief operations officer reporting to Smith, Beyonics said in a statement.
“During his tenure, Michael [Ng] has made an invaluable contribution to the transformation of Beyonics, expanding our manufacturing network, integrating our various business lines and overseeing the construction of new campuses across the region,” said chairman Kyle Shaw.
“Scott and Michael together form an exceptional management team, and they share our vision to establish Beyonics as Asia’s leading precision parts group.
“Scott’s [Smith] proven leadership skills and broad experience in growing revenues and profit will be a vital asset to our team as Beyonics continues to expand,” he added.
Smith has over 30 years of experience with technology companies, having served roles in sales, marketing, and operations with Fortune 500 companies including Canadian electronics manufacturing services provider Celestica, Chinese technology manufacturer Lenovo, and global information technology provider IBM.
Prior to Beyonics, he was the executive vice president and chief commercial officer at ModusLink, a supply chain and logistics services company.
“Beyonics is one of the region’s leading precision manufacturers with a unique market position, particularly in the medical, automotive, and industrial business sectors,” said Smith.
“The company has a robust growth strategy to which I will contribute my own knowledge and experience,” he added.
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