Issue 35

Summit Power International : Power to the People

Summit Power International Managing Director and CEO Ayesha Aziz Khan explains how the family business continues to deliver major energy infrastructure projects across Bangladesh.

By Editorial Team

Kumul Petroleum : PNG’s Petroleum Potential

Papua New Guinea’s national oil & gas company, Kumul Petroleum, is fully invested in a giant LNG project that will ensure the security of the sector for years to come.

By Josh Rayfield Editorial Team

KFC Myanmar : Maintaining Momentum

KFC Myanmar continues to grow having opened its first outlet in 2015. We caught up with Managing Director JR Ching for an update on progress.

By Editorial Team Joshua Mann

Union Medical Healthcare : Hong Kong’s One-Stop Shop

Union Medical Healthcare has emerged as a leading health service provider since it came onto the scene in 2005. Now, driven by investment in knowledge, it is looking to broaden its coverage of medical disciplines even further.

By Callam Waller Editorial Team

Hospital Canselor Tuanku Muhriz of UKM Medical Centre

UKM Medical Centre is leading the healthcare charge across the country, powered by its technological nous and operational synergies.

By Callam Waller Editorial Team

Merx Construction Management : Built to Inspire

Having undergone a brand refresh, Merx Construction Management is expanding its reach into new sectors and territories, all the while maintaining its unwavering commitment to a client-centred approach.

By Tom Cullum Editorial Team

Emrail : Right on Track

Having risen to the top as one of the country’s leading railway engineering players, Emrail is now looking to conquer new markets across the continent.

By Tom Cullum Editorial Team

Nishimatsu Construction Singapore

Nishimatsu Construction Singapore has been supporting vital infrastructure projects for almost four decades, the latest being the second phase of an enormous underground sewerage system.

By Tom Cullum Editorial Team

DP Façade : Design’s Global Superpower

Director Mathieu Meur explains how Singapore’s DP Façade is able to draw on the expertise of nine other business units spread across multiple architectural-related disciplines and territories.

By Tom Cullum Editorial Team