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July 10, 2024

Meinhardt (Thailand) Ltd. Announces Leadership Transition in Honour of John Pollard’s Step Back from his Position

After nearly 5 decades in the industry across various countries, including 35 years dedicated to Meinhardt, John Pollard is embarking on a new chapter. As of July 1st, 2024, he will step back from his role as Managing Director of Meinhardt (Thailand) Ltd., transitioning to a part-time role.
Meinhardt (Thailand) proudly announces the appointment of talented individuals to key leadership roles in the Bangkok office, all of whom have worked alongside John Pollard for over 20 to 30 years:
Chen Yao Hui will step into the role of Managing Director at Meinhardt (Thailand) Ltd., alongside his roles as Director of Meinhardt Infrastructure Ltd. and Meinhardt Smart Build Tech Ltd.
John Anderson will step up to be Deputy Managing Director of Meinhardt (Thailand) Ltd., in addition to his roles as Managing Director of Meinhardt Myanmar Co. Ltd. and Director of Meinhardt Infrastructure Ltd. and Meinhardt Smart Build Tech Ltd.
Theera Wattanasup will step up to be Managing Director of Meinhardt Infrastructure Ltd., while continuing his role as Director at Meinhardt (Thailand) Ltd.
“This team, together with our fellow Directors, Sasiporn Sirilatthaporn, Matthew Silvester and Sompoche Sirichote make up an impressive and competent Board to lead our company in to the future.
While I transition to be a part-time Director of Bangkok office, I will continue to be engaged in Meinhardt Group Global Board meetings and please rest assured that I will provide my full support to the new leadership team and maintain close ties with you, our clients, colleagues and friends throughout the market.
Please join me in congratulating the above leaders on their promotions and I trust you will give them your full support, so that our companies can thrive together in this vibrant development industry.”

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