Mr. Amen Lee is a native of Foshan, Guangdong province, and was born in Hong Kong. Having immigrated to Australia at a young age,   Mr Lee holds a master’s degree in Business Administration, an international shipping certificate from university of Montreal, Canada and is a fellow of the Australian Institute of Management, specializing in international transportation.
Mr Lee has been very active in supporting NGO projects both in the Chinese and mainstream Australian community and believes that businesses should actively be involved in charity and support the community.


With a keen vision for business and a passion for logistics, Mr Lee founded Transways Logistics international in 1983 which today has offices  worldwide including  Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Vietnam, Malaysia, Cambodia, Hong Kong , China, Singapore and Taiwan as well as  being a parent company to  over 10 subsidiarised businesses.  As one of the top ranking logistics and freight forwarders in Australia, Transways participated in logistical support of the 2000 Sydney Olympics and is today both a leading logistics company in Asia and an active supporter of community projects and initiatives.

Mr Lee is a modest man who is equally as passionate in his public sector contributions as he is in business and is always excited to be able to participate in community projects for the disadvantaged and promoting better understanding of Chinese culture.

 

As the Region Chairman of Lions Club international 201N5, Mr Lee actively sought to encourage integration of the clubs events into Australian mainstream society to facilitate better understanding between cultures.
As a proud recipient of the National Honours OAM award in 2009 from the Australian government, Mr Lee is humbled by the recognition and attributes the award to the support of his peers and all those who contributed over the years to improving public welfare and the growing acknowledgment in mainstream Australia of the Australian-Chinese community and its contributions to the nation.