Malaysia's SPAD CEO named vice-chair of Asia Pacific Executive Committee of UiTP

  • Business
  • Thursday, 29 Nov 2012

KUALA LUMPUR: The Land Public Transport Commission (SPAD) today announced its Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mohd Nur Ismal Mohamed Kamal has been accepted as Vice Chair of the Asia Pacific Executive Committee (APExC) for the International Association of Public Transport (UiTP).

In a statement today, SPAD said UiTP is the international network for public transport authorities and operators, policy decision-makers, scientific institutes and the public transport supply and service industry.

It is a platform for worldwide cooperation, business development and the sharing of know-how between its 3,400 members from 92 countries.

It said UITP is the global advocate of public transport and sustainable mobility, and the promoter of innovations in the sector.

The Asia-Pacific Divison of UiTP aims to promote public transport throughout the Asia-Pacific, and is regulated by the APExC.

It is run by the Chairman and Vice-Chairs.

"As a Vice Chair, Mohd Nur will manage all matters and activities concerning the region in promoting public transport in the region and the global relevance of UiTP," SPAD said, adding he will also assist UiTP in growing membership in Malaysia and act as the facilitator to share and exchange information amongst members. - BERNAMA

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