C.H. Robinson has appointed Jack Chang and John Chen as vice presidents of Asia Global Forwarding. Both will report to Andy Wang, president of C.H. Robinson Asia.
Wang said of the appointments, “Asia is an important market for C.H. Robinson, and China is a hub for our business in the region, which is a critical part of our global growth strategy.” He added, “With proven expertise in logistics, I believe Jack and John will further strengthen our business in Asia, especially in China, and provide strong support to our customers through innovative supply chain solutions in this region.”
Before serving as vice president of Asia Global Forwarding, Jack Chang held several positions at C.H. Robinson, including director of operations of Asia and general manager of Taiwan. John Chen joined C.H. Robinson as part of the acquisition of Phoenix International in 2012. Chen served as general manager of Phoenix International in Shenzhen and was named general manager of the C.H. Robinson Hong Kong office in 2013.
Currently, C.H. Robinson has approximately 1,500 employees and 40 offices in Asia, with its operations covering 10 countries. Of those, the company has 18 offices and approximately 1,000 employees in China.
Source: C.H. Robinson