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SEAIR appoints new CEO

Southeast Asian Airlines (SEAIR) recently announced the appointment of Olive Ramos as chief executive officer (CEO). She will take over the position from Patrick Tan who has been with the company since February 2005.

Ramos was previously president and managing director of logistics company DHL Supply Chain Philippines from 2006 to 2012, where she was responsible for developing business strategies and organizational capabilities.

“We are pleased to welcome Olive Ramos to the SEAIR team. With her strong logistics and financial background, capabilities in organizational development and operations, and intricate understanding of the Philippine market, we are confident that she will be able to steer our Philippine operations forward,” said SEAIR chairman Koay Peng Yen.

“We thank Patrick Tan for his dedication to SEAIR. He will remain with SEAIR as part of the senior management team, and we look forward to his continued contribution,” added Mr Koay.

SEAIR is currently a 40 percent-owned associate airline of Tiger Airways Holdings. SEAIR adopts Tiger Airway’s business model and offers value fares to domestic and international destinations within a five-hour flying radius of the Philippines.

Ramos holds a Master of Business Administration from De La Salle University and a bachelor’s degree in accountancy from the Polytechnic University of the Philippines. She is also a committee chair of the Supply Chain Management Association of the Philippines (SCMAP), an organization of business professionals in the logistics and supply chain industry, and a director of the Philippine Association of Management Accountants (PAMA).

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