Indium Corporation’s Khor Chee Wooi Promoted to Manufacturing Manager for Malaysian Facilities

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Indium Corporation is pleased to announce that Khor Chee Wooi has been promoted to the role of Manufacturing Manager for the company’s two Malaysian-based facilities.

Wooi ensures production quality, efficiency, productivity, machine utilization, and on-time delivery for a positive customer experience. He is responsible for implementing the manufacturing processes and best practices used at production facilities across the world in the company’s two Malaysian-based facilities. Khor also establishes benchmarks for the facilities’ manufacturing operations and implements changes and improvements for better performance.

Wooi has more than 14 years of experience in the manufacturing industry. Prior to joining Indium Corporation as a Senior Engineer in 2020, he worked as a Manufacturing Engineering Section Manager at First Solar for 12 years. Wooi was a key contributor to getting Indium Corporation’s Malaysian facilities ready for operations.

Wooi holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical and manufacturing engineering from Liverpool John Moores University.


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