BEIJING – Wang Xiangyin, former vice president of Beiqi-Foton, has moved to Hawtai Motor Group as its new president in charge of the group’s management and operation, reporting directly to chairman of Hawtai Holding Group, according to a report on auto.sina.com.cn, citing company information.
Wang Guozhu, former vice director of human resources department of Beiqi-Foton, has been appointed vice president of Hawtai Motor Group and concurrently as director of the company’s financial management center, responsible for management and operation of Hawtai Motor’s financial management center, reporting to president of Hawtai Motor Group.
Zheng Zhaorui, former president of Cowin Auto, has been appointed chairman of Tianjin Hawtai New Energy Vehicle Group, taking charge of the group’s management and operation and reporting to president of Hawtai Motor Group.
Wang Chaoyun was appointed vice president of Hawtai Motor Group and concurrently as general manager of the company’s New Energy Vehicle Sales on July 18, 2016.
Wang Xiangyin was vice president of Beiqi-Foton and general manager of the company’s overseas division from July 2010 to March 2016, responsible for sales networks, sales and marketing as well as service strategies, product publication and certification management of Beiqi-Foton’s overseas and domestic markets. Meanwhile, he was responsible for industrial policy research. He was vice president of Beiqi-Foton and dean of Beiqi-Foton Engineering Research Institute from December 2004 to June 2005.
Wang Chaoyun was executive vice president of Chery Auto Sales from May 2015 to July 2016. Between May 2012 and May 2015, he was director of Beiqi-Foton’s commercial vehicle division. From 1984 to May 2012, he served many positions with JAC including manager of the company’s development department, manager of JAC Farm Vehicle Sales, marketing director and vice president of JAC commercial vehicle branch, president of JAC MPV Sales, vice president of JAC PV Co. and president of JAC PV Sales. He graduated from Tongji University with a major in Environmental Science and Engineering in 1984.