OCK redesignates two senior executives

PETALING JAYA: OCK Group Bhd has redesignated two senior leadership positions to facilitate the group’s regional expansion.

The telecommunications network solutions provider announced yesterday that effective Feb 1, its current group chief executive officer Dr Yap Wai Khee and executive director of new business and business development, David Low Hock Keong, will be redesignated.

Yap will be redesignated as the CEO of OCK Sea Towers Pte Ltd, OCK’s wholly owned subsidiary based in Singapore, to oversee the group’s telecommunications tower business in South-East Asia. Low, on the other hand, will assume the role of OCK’s group CEO, overseeing the group’s telecom operations comprising of telecommunications network services, telco managed services, solar EPC and M&E engineering services.

OCK managing director Sam Ooi Chin Khoon said the change in leadership was imperative for the group to reach the next level of growth regionally.

“Yap will be the best person to lead our strategic direction of bringing OCK to the next level through our regional tower business expansion. With Yap at the helm of OCK Sea Towers and with Low overseeing the group’s overall executive function, we foresee that our regional telecom operations and OCK group will be well-positioned to achieve greater heights,” he said in a statement.

OCK shares shed half a sen to close at 86.5 sen yesterday.

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