Management team

Sophia Chwen-Jy Chiu, Chairman

Sophia Chwen-Jy Chiu Chairman

The board of directors

After graduating from the College of Commerce, National Taiwan University, Ms. Chiu subsequently obtained a master degree in accounting from National Chengchi University and an MBA degree from the University of Michigan, Ann-Arbor. Before she joined the TECO management team in 1997..., she served as vice president in charge of business at the Taipei branch of ABN AMRO. Over the past years, she has served at TECO such stints as director of the financial department, assistant vice president of the home-appliances division, vice president, and president. During 2008-2014, she was assigned to undertake the chair of Asia Pacific Telecom Co., Ltd., enabling the beleaguered company to score 1.8 times in revenue growth and over three times in market value, against the odds. She became TECO's chairman in 2015, putting forth the objective of "energy conservation, emissions reduction, smart application, and automation," leading the company in march towards Industry 4.0.

George Chao-chih Lien, Vice President

J.George Lien, P.E.

Executive Office

J.George Lien, P.E. graduated from Graduate School of Civil Engineering, Steven Institute of Technology of the U.S., with a U.S. professional engineer license. He was president of Chung-Hsin Electric and Machinery Corp. (CHEM) before joining TECO Electric & Machinery in 2001. Over the past years, ...he has served a number of stints at TECO, including chief executive of Heavy-Electricity Business Division, Information Technology Business Group, and from 2007, new business center, in charge of the initiation of new-energy and other new businesses. In recent years, he has overseen the operation of business offices for motor and electric-control products, both in Taiwan and abroad.

Kao Fei-yuan, General Manager

Kao Fei-yuan General Manager

Electromechanical system and automation business Group

With a master degree in mechanical engineering from National Central University, Mr. Kao Fei-yuan joined TECO's motor production unit in 1994 before becoming the manager of large-motor plant of Wuxi TECO Electric and Machinery in January 2012, when he successfully introduced whole-plant... manufacturing execution system (MES), greatly improving productivity and delivery of orders. In July 2015, he was appointed as acting assistant vice president, in charge of the green-energy electric machinery production and research division, as well as president of Wuxi TECO Precision Machinery Co., Ltd. at the same time. By the end of 2016, he oversaw the completion of the Wuxi lamination center and high-performance automated electric-wire production line at Chungli plant.

Chang Sung-pin, General Manager

Chang Sung-pin General Manager

Smart Energy Business Group

Mr. Chang Sung-pin graduated from the department of chemical engineering, National Tsing Hua University. He has 26 years of abundant technological and management experience in the fields of transportation, environment, and petrochemical. Chang joined TECO in 2002..., having served such stints as director of engineering project department, construction and engineering business division, special assistant to the power business division before becoming assistant vice president, in charge of power business division in 2011. His team has undertaken a number of major electromechanical engineering projects for high-speed rail, railway, mass transit system, large-scale commercial outlets, restaurants, office buildings, and hospitals.

Peng Chi-tseng, General Manager

Peng Chi-tseng General Manager

Air conditioning & Smart life business Group

Mr. Peng Chi-tseng has a master degree in telecom engineering from the University of Pittsburgh and an EMBA degree from National Chengchi University. Before joining TECO, Peng had served such positions as assistant vice president of Tivoli SW (greater China region) of IBM and vice president and general superintendent ...for public business group for greater China of Microsoft (China). He became a member of the TECO team, having experienced such stints as special assistant to president and acting assistant vice president, overseeing home-appliances business division and the operation of related affiliates. At present, he oversees the introduction of IT software technology to help the company enter the realm of smart home appliances.

LIN Sheng-chyuan, Assistant Vice President

Lin Sheng-chyuan Assistant Vice President

Centre for Strategic Development
Intelligent Manufacturing Systems Division

A graduate from the Department of Electric Engineering, National Taiwan University, Lin Sheng-chyuan has gained abundant management experience and electric machinery and information/electronics after joining the TECO team in 1981, boasting such stints as chairman of the company's affiliates TECO... Image Systems, and TECO-Westinghouse Motor Co., Ltd., the latest for a total of seven years, when he was in charge of TECO's development strategy in North America, contributing considerably to TECO's global deployment. He now serves as the assistance vice president heading the electric-control business division and chairman of TECO Electro Devices Co., Ltd., overseeing the development of automated systematic products and solutions.

Ho Kun-yao, Director

Ho Kun-yao

General Laboratory

Graduate of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National Tsing Hua University, with a master degree from the University of Southern California and a doctorate degree in advanced materials science, the University of Tokyo. ...Ho boasts abundant R&D experience on motor products and technologies, thanks to such stints as director of Innovation Laboratory, Taiwan Research Institute, NIDEC Corp. of Japan and deputy representative of the Japanese office of the Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI). Winner of multiple innovation and invention awards and owner of some U.S. patents. He is leading the team of the company's General Laboratory with forward-looking mindset, helping the company march towards the goal of innovation and intelligence. 

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