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Unlock the secrets to successful manufacturing investments and expansions with Tractus Asia and Takenaka Corporation.

Join industry leaders in exploring industrial location and site selection strategy alongside best practices in design, engineering and construction within the manufacturing sector.

What will be discussed in the event?

  • Identifying optimal industrial locations
  • Navigating logistical challenges
  • Evaluating economic opportunities
  • Latest trends and technologies in manufacturing
  • Actionable insights on facility design, engineering, and construction
  • Optimisation of operational efficiency
  • Real-world case studies

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to elevate your manufacturing strategy, network with peers and exchange ideas. Register now to secure your spot!

This event is organised by the British Chamber of Commerce Singapore, in partnership with Tractus Asia, Takenaka Corporation, and EuroCham Singapore.

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Speakers

Before joining Takenaka Corporation, he conducted on-the-ground research and analysis of macroeconomic and political developments in several countries, including Angola, Argentina, Myanmar and Malaysia. Prior to his transition to the private sector, Mr. Tiago worked in the political and economic section of the Embassy of Portugal in Madrid, Spain.

Education: Mr. Tiago holds two Master Degrees, one in International Political Economy from the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, NTU, with a curricular focus on the political economy of the Asia-Pacific region, and another in International Politics from the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London.

 

James Meisenheimer
Consulting Manager
Tractus Asia

Mr. Meisenheimer joined Tractus Asia as the Country Manager for Myanmar and then transitioned to his current Consulting Manager role based out of Bangkok, where he oversees regional investment and execution projects. Mr. Meisenheimer has worked with clients to undertake APAC-wide site-location analyses across the agro-foods, chemicals, and mineral processing sectors, as well as led regulatory and trade analyses to advise clients on regulatory compliance and the risks posed to business operations. He has led teams supporting clients with investment incentives and government approvals, regulatory compliance, and government advocacy on behalf of clients for investment licensing/approvals and preferential trade policy.

Prior to joining Tractus Asia, Mr. Meisenheimer worked with the International Foundation for Electoral Systems (IFES) in Myanmar, where he was a core member of the team that supported Myanmar’s 2015 election providing strategic advocacy to government agencies for electoral reform, facilitating multi-stakeholder dialogue and conducting political analysis for briefings to Embassies and multilateral agencies.

Education: Mr. Meisenheimer has a Master of Public Administration from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, where he focused on political development in Asia.  He also earned a Bachelor of Arts from Providence College.

 

Dennis Meseroll
Co-Founder & Executive Director
Tractus Asia 

Mr. Meseroll has led the firm in advising on more than US$5 billion in trade and investment transactions across a wide variety of sectors.

In his over 25 years of living and working in Asia, Mr. Meseroll gained strategic and operational experience running service and manufacturing organisations. He brings this practical experience to his current role assisting companies, in a variety of manufacturing and service sectors from North America, Europe and Asia, to make informed decisions about where to locate their investments and how to structure and operate them for growth and profitability. This experience has also made him a sought-after advisor to multilateral, national and regional economic development organizations from North America, Europe the Middle East and Asia on trade and investment-related issues.

Education: B.A. in geology from Rutgers University, a certificate in Thai Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an M.S. in Mineral Economics/Applied Economics from Penn State University. He is fluent in the Thai language.