Global carrier Evergreen Marine Corporation (Taiwan) Ltd. has announced the promotion of its President Jack Yen to Vice Chairman. Captain C.J. Wang, Chief Executive Vice President, has been appointed President. Anchor Chang, Executive Vice President of International Business Division, was promoted to Chief Executive Vice President. The appointments were announced following the Evergreen Marine Corporation (Taiwan) board of directors' meeting on 26 February 2010.
Jack Yen joined Evergreen in 1978. He has broad international experience having served the company in several significant locations including Germany, the UK, the U.S., and Hong Kong. His senior positions have included
President of Evergreen Star Hong Kong Ltd where he had major responsibilities for the mainland China market, and president of Evergreen Deutschland GMBH. He was promoted to President of Evergreen Marine Corporation (Taiwan) in 2007.
Captain C.J. Wang started his carrier in Evergreen as third officer in 1976 and was promoted to captain in 1986. During the past 34 working years with Evergreen, Capt. Wang spent 11 years shipboard as crewmember and the other 23 years in shoreside offices. When coming ashore permanently, he was transferred to Los Angeles and Taipei. Because of his excellent performance, Captain Wang was promoted to top management of Evergreen Container Terminal (Thailand) Limited in 1997. With background in both marine and management
jobs and his broad company experience, he was transferred back to Taipei to take more responsibilities from 2000 to 2004 as Junior Vice President and Senior Vice President in various positions. In 2004 he became Executive Vice President of Corporate Operation Division and promoted to Chief Executive Vice President in 2009.
Anchor Chang joined Evergreen Marine in 1986 in sales. From1993 to 2003, he was assigned to New York, Dallas, London and Taipei in positions from deputy manager to Junior Vice President. From 2003 to 2006, he transferred to the Project Division in Taipei to assume greater responsibilities and was promoted to Senior Vice President. From 2006 to 2007, he transferred to the International Business Division and was promoted Executive Vice President, a position he held until his promotion to Chief Executive Vice President.