OOCL Executive Changes

Press Release
Thursday, May 19, 2011

OOCL is pleased to announce the following executive movements in our headquarters and Hong Kong regional office, effective from June 13, 2011.

Ms Miranda Lou, currently Managing Director, OOCL Hong Kong Branch will succeed Mr Taylor Gao as Director, Asia-Europe Trade after Mr Gao’s resignation from the company of his own accord.

Mr Teddy Fung, currently Director, Reefer Trade, will be appointed as Managing Director, OOCL Hong Kong Branch.

Ms Pamela Tung, currently Director, Trans-Atlantic Trade, will be appointed as Director, Reefer Trade.

Mr Michael Kwok, currently Director, Trade Management will be concurrently appointed as Director, Trans-Atlantic Trade.

 

Source: OOCL

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