Mr Kris Wiluan graduated with a BSc Honors degree in Mathematics with Computer Science from London University in 1971 and attended several post Graduate courses in Business Management at London Business School and Harvard Business School.
Mr Wiluan is the President and CEO of Citramas Group, a holding company for P.T Citra Tubindo (a public-listed company on the main-board of Jakarta Stock exchange) and 35 subsidiaries with over 2000 employees in the Asean region.
Citramas offers varied services spanning from Oilfield Equipment Manufacturing, Shipping and Logistic and Drilling Services, Infrastructure Development with Port, Ferry Terminals and Telephone companies, Hotel and Leisure Industry.
Mr Wiluan also serves as Executive Chairman of PT Citra Bonang, based in Jakarta that deals with automotive spare parts and lubricants distribution, Industrial chemicals and Food ingredients.
Currently, it has over 2,000 employees in 12 subsidiaries and over 50 branches throughout Indonesia.
Apart from Indonesia, Mr Wiluan
holds Chairmanships in several Singapore Public-listed companies.
These include SSH Corp
, a regional integrated supplier of industrial materials and welding products, KS Energy Services Ltd
, an energy services group catering to the oil & gas and petrochemical industries around the world and Aqua Terra Supply Co Ltd
, an integrated service provider and procurement specialist serving customers in the oil & gas, marine and mining industries.
is active in sports and his
hobbies include Martial Arts, Golf, Sailing and Scuba Diving.
interest in sports leads to his
involvement in several associations, namely as President of Asian Taekwondo Association
, Vice Chairman of the World Taekwondo Federation
and President of Riau Porlasi
(Indonesian Sailing Association). in appreciation for his
contribution to the promotion of Sport, he
is awarded the Adimanggalya Krida Medal in 1997 from the Indonesian Government.
He also serves as the Chairman, Board of Governor, Del Institute of Technology in Indonesia and an Advisor to the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce (Batam).