27 June 2018
BMT has appointed Dr Mack Zhang as General Manager of transportation who will be based in China. Mack has nearly 30 years’ experience in the transportation market, taking the role of Technical Lead for several major rail projects in the region and working closely with key stakeholders helping them to address the globalisation of the industry.
Dr Sukhy Barhey, Director at BMT Asia Pacific comments: “We’re delighted to have Mack join the team. Combining Mack’s ability to work closely with the industry influencers across the region with BMT’s cutting-edge technologies and capabilities from across the group, we’re confident that we can play a major role in advancing the technology applied transportation. For us, it’s about delivering high-end solutions that will make a difference in a sector critical to the growth of the region.”
Over the past two years, BMT has increased its presence in Asia and has expanded its range of services within the rail sector delivering projects in Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan and China.
Dr Richard Colwill, Managing Director at BMT Asia Pacific says: “Mack’s knowledge of the industry combined with the innovation and technology of BMT present an exciting opportunity to address the challenges of the rail sector in all areas of development and operations. With the addition of Mack, we are creating a team that will make a difference to the industry.”
Mack qualified as a Doctor of Philosophy in Power Electronics from the University of Birmingham and is also a Chartered Engineer and Member of the Institution of Electrical Engineers.
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