Chiang Name VP of IPC China PDF Print E-mail
Written by Chelsey Drysdale   
Wednesday, 27 February 2013 19:02

SHANGHAIIPC has appointed Peter Chiang as its vice president of IPC China. Chiang also will serve as IPC’s chief representative for Taiwan.

He will work in conjunction with IPC China president Phil Carmichael.

Chiang will be responsible for providing standards development activity support, raising awareness of IPC and its programs, making company visits, and establishing relationships with prospective distributors in the region.

Prior to IPC, Chiang held positions at Lexmark Asia Pacific, Silicon Graphics/Cray Research, Wang Industrial Co., and China Management System.

 

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