Our management team brings a vast array of experience, diverse expertise and deep insights to lead the company to new heights
As employee number one of the company, Mr Loy is a long-time stalwart of the company, as well as an industry veteran.
Throughout his 50 over years of experience with us, he has assisted and overseen the set-up and expansion of every single one of our factories. (Both Singapore factories, three factories in Malaysia, one in Hong Kong and two in China)
He is also a well-recognised figure in the industry, having provided turn-key project consultancy for many other can-makers and customers in China, Indonesia, and India. He is fondly nicknamed “The Principal” among the older generation of can-makers in China, due to his knowledge and capacity to teach and advise. Mr Loy also sits on the Editorial Board of “The Canmaker”, a leading business intelligence publication for the metal packaging industry. Operationally over the years, he has implemented and overseen numerous automation, cost-cutting, quality improvement and safety measures to our production lines.
He led the diversification of our operations first into the Infant Milk Powder Can business in the early 2000s, and once again in the manufacture of POE in the early 2010s, both of which led to sizeable growth to MC Packaging’s business.
Remus joined MC Packaging in 2020 as Executive Director, and is the 3rd generation business leader of the company. Responsible for the strategic development and growth of the company, since joining, he has spearheaded the expansion of the company into new markets, led the hiring of new talent and growth of the team, as well as drove the rebranding and refreshed management principles of the company.
Prior to joining MC Packaging, he worked as an investment banker for Evercore, where he specialised in Mergers and Acquisition advisory. In his time there, he advised on several marquee deals including Jacobs Douwe Egberts’ US$1 billion acquisition of Super Group, and Sealed Air Corporation’s US$100 million acquisition of Fagerdala. He also worked in the Business Development division of Guoco Group, a Southeast Asian conglomerate, where he oversaw and managed a portfolio of FMCG assets in APAC and China.
He graduated from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania with a Bachelor of Science in Economics, concentrating in Finance and with a minor in Computer Science.