OpenPort

Logistics for New Markets.

Max Ward

Max Ward
CEO & Co-Founder

Previously the Vice President of Business Development APAC at Agility Logistics and the Head of Consumer Retail Asia at DHL, Max has over 10 years’ executive business development experience with leading logistics service providers in Asia, solving board-level supply chain problems for multi-nationals focused on the retail and consumer goods industries. Max is originally from the US, and also has extensive global experience including 5 years working in the technology services and transport industry in Europe and North America, including two Silicon Valley start-ups. He holds an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.

Morten Damgaard

Morten Damgaard
COO

Previously the CEO of Agility Logistics South East Asia, and prior to that the SVP of Sales and Marketing and the VP of Strategic Accounts, also at Agility, Morten brings a wealth of experience managing large-scale complex organizations in emerging Asian markets, most recently managing 7 countries with a turnover in excess of 350 million USD and 3,500 employees. Morten has further executive experience as the Senior Director for North Asia at Damco, and as a Director and General Manager for Maersk Logistics, with executive education from the Columbia University Business School.

Paul Bradley

Paul Bradley
Independent Director

Paul W. Bradley is the Chairman and CEO of Caprica International, and Vice Chairman and Board Member of Supply Chain Asia. Mr Bradley’s career spans senior management positions in Fortune 1000 companies, the creation of 7 start-up companies and the launching of two IPO’s. Previously the Managing Director of IDS International (Li & Fung Group) and President of Arshiya International, he has also held senior management positions with NYK Line, HAVI Group and APL Logistics. Designated one of the forty “New Asian Leaders” by the World Economic Forum and presented the Asian Supply Chain Manager of the Year Award by Lloyds Publications, he has attended Wharton/AIM and Stanford Executive Programs and holds an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management.