Management Team

N. Merritt Becker

Managing Director, Cummins DKSH South East Asia

Cummins DKSH South East Asia (CDJV) is a 50:50 Joint Venture between Cummins and DKSH. Merritt Becker leads this distributor business and over 300 employees in South East Asia. As an authorized Cummins’ distributor, CDJV sells and services Cummins’ products in the countries of Thailand, Vietnam, Myanmar, Laos and Cambodia.

Merritt joined Cummins Inc. USA in 2010 holding several Vice President positions within its Distribution Business Units including general management, sales, marketing, strategy, product development, and business development roles. Merritt specializes in OEM engine, power generation, mining, marine, and aftermarket parts and service markets. Prior to Cummins, Merritt was an executive with an independent Cummins distributor in the USA and led several parts and engine related initiatives for Navistar Inc.

At Navistar, he led the Global Parts Business group, developed commercial channels and dealers, set up military and defense sustainment programs, and led the Blue Diamond Parts joint venture with Ford Motor Company.

Merritt and his family are from Indiana, USA. He holds a Microbiology degree from Indiana University and an MBA from Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management.

Vorapot Inchuto

General Manager, Cummins DKSH (Thailand) Ltd.

Vorapot is the General Manager for Cummins DKSH (Thailand) Ltd, CDT overseeing the Company’s daily operations and ensuring that we meet our customer, community, financial and operating commitments.

Vorapot joined DKSH (Formally named Diethelm & Co) in 1994 in the Powergen sales department. In his more than 23-year tenure with Cummins DKSH he has held several other roles within the company including Sales Engineer, Product Manager and Sales & Marketing Manager. Currently resident in Bangkok.

Vorapot graduated Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical) from King Mongkut’s institute of Technology North Bangkok and Master of Business Administration from The University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce.

Chau Doan Nhat Hanh

General Manager, Cummins DKSH Vietnam LLC.

Chau Doan Nhat Hanh is General Manager of Cummins DKSH Viet Nam (CDV), a 50/50 Joint Venture between Cummins and DKSH with ~80 employees.

Hanh is responsible for leading growth, profitability, operational excellence and customer satisfaction as well as for promoting a performance culture within Cummins DKSH Vietnam.

Hanh joined DKSH in 2017 as Financial Controller, Cummins DKSH Vietnam, where she played a critical role as a finance business partner to work closely with her key stakeholders with good business acumen and analytics insight. Hanh brings with her 19 years of relevant experience in the areas of accounting, financial planning & analytics, and strategic planning & management. Prior to Cummins DKSH Vietnam, Hanh worked for Volcafe Vietnam Co., Ltd., CCL Label (Vietnam) Co., Ltd., and Unilever Vietnam.

Hanh holds a Master’s degree in Financial and Managerial Accounting from Berlin School of Economics and Law, Germany and a Bachelor’s degree in International Business from Foreign Trade University, Ho Chi Minh City.

Tony Brown

General Manager, Cummins DKSH (Myanmar) Limited

Tony has been General Manager for the Cummins DKSH JV operations in Myanmar since January 2016. Overseeing the start-up of Myanmar operations for the Cummins JV which has seen the transition from a single customer-single market support operation to multi customer-multi market.

He first joined Cummins as Branch Manager progressing to Manager London Operations and then Regional Operations Manager. As ROM he was responsible for the 6 locations in his territory and under his leadership the Branches in West Thurrock and Iver were awarded UK Branch of the Year in 2007 and 2008 respectively.

Previous to Myanmar Tony spent 6 years in Nigeria as General Manager – Aftermarket leading a team of 235 employees.

Chief Tony was awarded Nigerian Chieftaincy status, Atunluse Of EJC (Restorer of the Community) after managing the Cummins sponsored CIT Project at Eko Junior College in October 2015.