Beam Mobility Appoints New GM for Malaysia
Beam Mobility, Malaysia’s leading micromobility service provider, has appointed Justin Tiew Senn, as its General Manager, effective immediately. A fully born and bred Malaysian, Justin is responsible for the overall direction and successful market growth in various new Malaysian cities and will oversee the company’s operations in Malaysia.
Justin’s appointment is in line with Beam’s commitment to hiring talented and capable Malaysians with deep local knowledge, and his experiences as a leader in the mobility space across several industries will help supercharge Beam’s expansion and growth across the nation.
“I am excited for this opportunity to lead the Malaysian team at Beam Mobility. The chance to shape the future of mobility with the largest shared micromobility operator in Asia Pacific is highly appealing to me, thanks to its commitment to sustainability in environmental, economic, and regulatory perspectives,” said Justin Tiew, General Manager of Beam Malaysia.
Justin began his career at Sime Darby Malaysia in the Group IT Strategy & Architecture department, before spending a couple of years as a Wireline Field Engineer with Schlumberger in Turkmenistan where he ensured safe and efficient operations. He then returned to Malaysia in 2015 and joined Grab, accelerating its growth and overseeing their swift expansion across the country in the mobility and delivery space. Prior to his current appointment at Beam, Justin served as General Manager of ROVR, spearheading the deployment of Southeast Asia’s first mobile fuel delivery service.
Now similairly tasked with leading the Malaysian team at Beam Mobility, Justin is looking forward to lending his expertise in expanding the micromobility service provider’s footprint in the country and eventually, Asia Pacific.
“Turning little drives into better rides to make cities flow better’ is more than just a fun catchphrase. I truly believe that Beam can bring about real transformation to urban mobility in Malaysia via first-mile last-mile connectivity. In the spirit of walking the talk, I have decided to swap my car for the LRT in my daily commute to work as I look forward to the introduction of Beam in my neighbourhood,” he added.