|Date||28 July 2020 (Tue)
|Time||15:00 - 16:20|
|Language||Conducted in Chinese Only
Mr Wu Songquan, Senior engineer professor, Chief expert of China Automotive Technology Research Center (Industrial Policy Research), Deputy Chief Engineer of China Automotive Strategy and Policy Research Center
Mr Wu's research areas focus on the automotive trading polices, strategic planning , WTO and international regulations. Mr Wu has been awarded with many prestigious accolades such as Science and technology Progress Award of China Automobile Industry twice, the Excellent Achievement Award of National Development and Reform Commission, and the Science and Technology Achievement Award of China Automobile Technology Research Center for many times.
Mr Sun Xiaohong, Senior Engineer, Secretary-General of Automobile Branch of China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Machinery and Electronic Products
Mr Sun will cover the distribution of auto parts and components in China’s export markets, the export volume, and its share in different categories. He will also give an in-depth analysis of the impacts and uncertainties of the auto parts export market incurred by the current pandemic.
Mr Sun is Senior Engineer and Secretary-General of Automobile Branch of China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Machinery and Electronic Products. He has been engaging in automobile technology and import and export trade policy research for many years. He is familiar with international trade with rich experience in working abroad.
Mr Hao Guanqi, Chief representative of China Automotive Technology & Research Center of Germany representative office
Mr Hao will walk you through the current situation of the automotive market in Europe to understand the extent of impacts of Covid-19 on the market. He also will talk about the potential of European automotive aftermarket in the aftermath and the opportunities and challenges for Chinese suppliers.
Mr Hao is Vice Chairman of China and Germany Automotive Technology Association (TG-CDA), chief representative of China Automotive Technology & Research Center of Germany representative office, responsible for business operation, enterprise communications, European market research, information platform development, and project management in the office. He is well versed in the development of the China-EU automobile industry and has participated in a number of China-EU automobile industry cooperation projects. Mr Hao obtained a degree in Automobile service engineering at Tongji University, a master's degree in Brunswick industrial university vehicle engineering.
Mr. Sean Young, Deputy General Manager of Shenzhen Shentou Supply Chain Management Co. Ltd
With his expertise in supply chain management, Mr Young will introduce Dubai and Russia as two potential export markets. In his sharing, he will also cover the areas of opportunities and the potential risk for exporting auto parts to these regions.
Mr. Sean Young studied in the United Kingdom in his early years. After obtaining an MBA degree in the US in 1991, he has successively worked at several international companies in the US, China Mainland, and Hong Kong SAR, in charge of sales and management. Since 2011, he has been the Deputy General Manager of Shenzhen Shentou Supply Chain Management Co. Ltd. which has been providing services of China sourcing, market consultancy, product development, project management, supplier quality management, and supply chain optimization for international automotive OE and aftermarket clients.
Mr Zeng Chengzhang, Deputy General Manager of SORL Group
Mr. Zeng at Ruili Group – a renowned auto part manufacturer will give his advice to companies on adjustment of exporting strategies and destinations and on how to maintain growth during this difficult time.
Mr Zeng joined Ruili Group in 2007, since then he has been responsible for managing the sales and marketing in the international automotive aftermarket for 13 years. He has been involved in managing the Indian market, the global OE market, and the group's international business. Currently, he is the deputy General manager of Ruili Group and Executive Vice President of Wenzhou Council for the Promotion of Trade.
(Information as of 21 July 2020)