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Former Singapore military general Bernard Tan takes on new role at haze-linked company APP

 
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SINGAPORE - An Indonesian company linked to the record-breaking haze in 2015 is shaking up its internal operations, amid criticisms from environmental groups over the company's policy of planting on carbon-rich peatlands and its lack of transparency.


Among the measures undertaken by the Sinar Mas Group - parent company of paper firm Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) linked to the 2015 haze - is the appointment of two new roles in its Singapore office.


A key appointment is that of managing director for corporate affairs and sustainability in APP, and country president for Sinar Mas in Singapore. Mr Bernard Tan, 50, a former Singapore military general, will take on both these roles, the company announced at a media briefing on Wednesday (July 12) ahead of the upcoming dry season in Indonesia.
Mr Tan took on the new role on June 1 (2017). He was previously the marketing head of Singapore technology company ST Engineering. He has also served for 22 years in the Singapore Armed Forces, and retired with the rank of Brigadier-General. From 1998 to 2001, Mr Tan also served in the Singapore Embassy in Jakarta.
In his new role at Sinar Mas and APP, Mr Tan, who is fluent in Bahasa Indonesia, will among other things take care of sustainability-related issues that the company has come under fire for.


Mr Tan's appointment comes after APP's former sustainability head Aida Greenbury left the company in May this year. But he clarified during the press conference on Wednesday that he would not be replacing her, and that he will work instead with the APP's new director of sustainability based in Indonesia, Elim Sritaba.







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