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Managing Director Message

At GSE Group International, we believe in being future ready and continuous pragmatic innovation powered by our international network of experts. Innovation is not exclusive to the technology, products and services that we provide but also our business and marketing strategies. We aim to create sustainable business models are intended to create economic value while benefiting the environment and society. It is important to be aware but look beyond the risks and regulatory constraints. Opportunity creation is key.


Infectious diseases are a transnational threat to security and society well-being. Under our research and healthcare division, we provide various advanced technology solutions on medical infectious waste management customized to meet the evolving demands of the public and private sector. With climate change and rising incidence of antimicrobial resistance challenges, we offer the instantaneous point of use technology without the addition of chemicals to convert air combined with potable water to become "specialized" water with disinfecting properties. "Specialized" water can eradicate harmful pathogens and heighten oxygenation properties. There are various products tailored for specific B2B (F&B, Schools, Hospitals & clinics) and B2C (home, caravan use) applications.


We anticipate that One belt and One road “一带一路” initiative on infrastructure, transportation and energy; brings about great opportunities in the region and will transform the marine trade globally. In 2018, we have successfully integrated our shipbuilding consultancy and brokering business as a core pillar of GSE.


As global citizens, we are committed to providing market access to improved technology solutions for increased energy efficiency and greener solutions to support a sustainable environment. Growing urbanisation, ecommerce trade, autonomous vehicle technology, air pollution and climate change threats, we anticipate these factors will drive the need for sustainable mobility. UK “Road to Zero” plan pledged that half of all new car sales will be hybrid or electric by 2030. Paris plans to ban all petrol- and diesel-fuelled cars by 2030, ahead of France’s 2040 target. Copenhagen plans to ban diesel cars from 2019. Oxford also has proposed banning all non-electric vehicles from its centre from 2020. As for China, electrifying transportation is key to solving China’s environmental concerns and improves energy security by reducing risks of oil prices spikes. It will not be a surprise to see a complete ban of internal-combustion engines by 2040 in China. Thus, we are working with partners to develop portable and efficient batteries to power up electric vehicles in B2B and B2C space. Apart from EVs, we have started to commercialise on a nanotechnology powder to extend coating shelf life which we believe will translate to improve energy and production efficiency.


Of course, the back bone of our business is our people and our well-connected network. We are privileged to have a network of experts in various fields, functions and countries providing us on the ground insights and due diligence.  We also have a structured approach to think about value beyond financial benefits. Our partners can attest to our continuous efforts towards the development of trust based, mutually beneficial and enduring relationships and collaborations among internal and external stakeholders over typical transactional mindsets some companies may have with smaller firms. Our progressive thinking and innovative approach with a clear focus on impact investing is what makes us stand out from the crowd. We have a clear vision of what we want to be. We are proud of the work we do and we seek to deliver a better tomorrow as a trusted partner to our clients and stakeholders. We continue to create sustainable corporate value by simultaneously generating economic, societal, and environmental value.


Enjoy our website and feel free to contact us for any additional information. We look forward to your support in the year ahead.



Yours Sincerely,

Michael Tan 

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