Our Management Board


Dr. Nofrisel, SE, MM

PhD in Supply Chain from University of Indonesia, Lecturer in MM UI and several universities majoring in Supply Chain and Logistics Management. He is currently Senior Vice President of a State Owned Enterprise (SOE) and has been both an academic and a practitioner for more than 2 decades. He currently leads Sembada Pratama as its Executive Director.



Dr.Ir Hoetomo Lembito, MBA

PhD in Supply Chain from MB IPB, MBA from PSBA Manila. He is currently President Director in a Logistics Consulting firm, and Lecturer in 3 Leading Business Schools. He has more than 15 years practice experience in the field with leading MNCs.




Zaldy Ilham Masita, ST, MBA

Industrial Engineering graduate from ITB and holds an MBA from the Melbourne School of Business. More than 15 years experience in logistics with several MNC firms and currently heads a regional supply chain management operations for a large US MNC. He is the current President of the Asosiasi Logistik Indonesia and is actively working with various governmental and NGO in thought leadership and direction for Indonesian logistics.



Dr Ramlee Ibrahim, MBA, MSc, CPIM, CIRM, CSCP, SCOR/P, PMP

PhD in Industrial Engineering from Rice University, MBA from Wharton, and MSc from Cranfield. Veteran of more than 35 years, and thought leader in supply chain management with track record of supply chain transformations with global MNCs. Certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt. Currently leads a logistics services company as CEO and is actively involved with The Supply Chain Council's Leadership Team as Vice President. He is currently Director of Academic Programs in Sembada Pratama.


Ir. Mahendra Rianto

Mechanical Enginnering degree from Universitas Pancasila and professional accreditations from PPM Institute. Practitioner in Logistics for more than 20 years. An active leader with various associations like Assosiasi Logistik Indonesia, ALFI and the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT). He has made significant contributions through collaborations with the government in improving logistics in Indonesia.


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