Cai Jin Vice President Chinese Federation of Logistics and Purchasing
Cai Jin graduated from Wuhan University in 1985 with a Masters in Economics. He is now a certified Senior Economist. He has worked in the Economics Information Centre of National Economics Committee, National Ministry of Materials and China Logistics Information Centre of Ministry of Domestic Trade in a variety of senior roles. He is now Vice President of the CFLP, Vice President of the Chinese Society of Logistics, Director and party secretary of the China Logistics Information Centre.
Xu Guangqing Logistics Engineering & Operation Management Director SAIC General Motors
Xu Guangqing has more than ten years automotive logistic experience, covering almost every segment of finished vehicle facilities, including in-plant logistics, warehousing, logistic engineering, parts distributions, as well as out-plant logistics.
Kong Ji Parts supply & logistics director Volvo Car Distribution (Shanghai) Co. Ltd
Lang Xuehong Deputy Secretary General and Director of Industrial Coordination Department China Automobile Dealers Association
Bo Shiju President Changjiu Group
Bo Shijiu was born in Jilin province in 1964. He started his professional career in 1982 working for China First Automobile Group. In 1992, he established Changjiu Industry Group in Jilin Province, now headquartered in Beijing. In 2003, he established Beijing Changjiu Logistics and has been the Chairman of the Board since. Beijing Changjiu Logistics recently became the first automotive logistics company to be listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange. He is also Vice-President of the China Federation of Logistics and Purchasing and Vice-Chairman of the China Communication and Transportation Association.
Liu Bing Director of Logistics Administration and Service Bureau of CETDZ (Longquanyi district)
Yi Lei Director and Executive Vice President, International Business Division Beijing Changjiu Logistics co., LTD.
A graduate in economic management from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Yi Lei worked as a senior manager at shipping company Maersk (China) before joining Beijing Chiangjiu Logistics. In his current role, he has been involved in setting up an international rail operations team of over 50 people between Beijing, Shanghai, Harbin, Xi'an, Chengdu and Zhengzhou; developing new projects with customers like DB Schenker, Geodis, Hellmann, Schnellecke, WWL, Maersk Line and ICO; and leading domestic and international teams to jointly develop Volvo’s car exports from China to Europe in the
the largest rail transport project in the automotive industry with shipments of around 10,000 vehicles a year.
Wu Songquan Director, Auto Industry Policy Research Section China Automobile Technology & Research Center
As chief expert at the China Automotive Technology Research Center and the policy research office director of the Automotive Industry Policy Research Center, Wu has a flair for technical and economic policy research and has been involved in helping to set a raft of national policy, alongside regular research and development work in the field of import-export policy and automotive brand management. He has taken part in several research projects for the national Development and Reform Commission, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the Ministry of Commerce.
Huang Yumei Vice Director Information Resources Development Department of National Information Centre
Ma Zengrong Executive Vice President Chinese Automotive Logistics Assocation of CFLP
Ma Zengrong is senior engineer and special researcher at the China Logistics Institute. He holds a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the Beijing Institute of Technology and a master’s degree in logistics engineering from Beijing Jiao Tong University. As well as being Executive Vice-President of the China Automotive Logistics Association of CFLP, he is also Director of the China Logistics Equipment Committee of CFLP.
Benedikt Birner Director Regional Network Design and Transportation for Greater China Schaeffler Greater China
David Chen Director Aftersales Department Fujian Benz
Allan Boyd Asia Pacific Business Development Manager Unipart Logistics
Allan Boyd has been working with Unipart Logistics for over 6 years both in the UK and in Asia. During that time Allan has worked as a product forecasting and supplier improvement analyst ensuring the supply of thousands of automotive aftermarket parts. Since beginning his career with Unipart Logistics Allan has gone on to work in operations as a Lean and Six Sigma consultant helping Unipart divisions and client businesses in the UK, China and India grow and improve their efficiency and quality. This work has been across sectors including manufacturing, automotive, industrial, construction and technology.
Allan moved to China in 2015 initially leading the continuous improvement and consultancy function and is now Head of Business Development for Unipart Logistics Asia Pacific, a business which currently services the aftermarket requirements for six well known vehicle manufacturers across 5 APAC countries.
Zuo Xinyu General Secretary China Automotive Logistics Association of CFLP
Zuo Xinyu (Chris) holds a master’s degree in engineering. Before taking up his current role, he worked for six years at the National Bureau of Domestic Trade Business Development Center. He joined the China Automotive Logistics Association of CFLP in 2006, serving as Assistant General Secretary and Deputy General Secretary before becoming its General Secretary.
Dr Zhang Xiaodong Vice President of Transportation Beijing Jiao Tong University
Dr. Xiaodong Zhang is a researcher specializing in modern logistics systems planning and management, logistics node planning and design, rail freight and logistics, multimodal transport, supply chain management, transport and purchasing. He has completed nearly 100 national, provincial and enterprise research projects and contributed to the state council's Logistics Industry Restructuring and Revitalization Plan and the Twelfth Five-Year Development Plan for Railway Logistics.
Greg Toornman Director, Global Materials, Logistics, and Freight Management AGCO
Greg Toornman is responsible for leading Duluth, Georgia-based farm equipment manufacturer AGCO’s materials and logistics operations across 53 assembly and manufacturing sites. Greg, who took on his current role in September 2012, first joined AGCO Corporation in 2004. He previously worked in various operational and materials managment roles with such companies as CIENA Corporation, PACCAR´s Kenworth Truck Division, Peregrine, and Nippondenso Corporation. Greg has also served on the Western Michigan University Integrated Supply Management (ISM) programs executive council since 2012.
Wang Jingyu VP of Sales Yemin Technology
Mats Harborn Executive Director Scania Group China Strategic Center / ACEA
In 2003 Mats became the first Scania representative in China. In 2010, he took up the position as Executive Director of the Scania China Strategic Centre, which focuses on long term business development in China.
He is Chairman of the ACEA CV board in China. Mats has been a very active participant in the public debate on the improvement of the transport and logistics in China.
Mats holds a degree from Lund University in Asian Studies and Business Administration. He has lived and worked in China for over 20 years.
Song Xiahong Vice General Secretary China Automotive Logistics Association of CFLP
Song Xiahong, has worked in the China Automotive Logistics Association of CFLP since 2006, serving as Deputy Director and Director of the Membership Department, Assistant General Secretary, and Deputy General Secretary.
Balakrishnan Adhi Deputy Director MP&L Changan Ford
Balakrishnan (Bala) is the head of product codification, program and pre-production management and system planning and implementation functions. This is part of the material planning and logistics department for Ford Asia Pacific. Bala leads the team of 180 members which includes India, China, Australia, South Africa, Thailand and Japan. He is responsible for the delivery of product launches, global BOM, engineering change control and prototype parts procurement activities. Bala also worked in ChangAn-Ford JV in China and various short term assignments in Thailand, Taiwan, Philippines, South Africa, Japan, Brazil, Australia, UK, Germany and USA. He has over 19 years of experience in the logistics industry.
Bala achieved a B.E. in production engineering, MBA in operations and PGDBF in finance. Currently he is pursuing a PhD in management.
Zhong Cheng Deputy general manager China Railway Container Transport Corp.,Ltd.
Zhong Cheng graduated from Southwest Jiao Tong University with a major in rail transport and obtained a master’s degree in industrial engineering from Tsinghua University in 2009. He served as Deputy Director of the research institute of transportation economics at the China Academy of Railway Sciences, before taking up his current role in December 2008.
Ruslan S. Yashkin-Kolokoloff Executive Director Mackenzy Group
Ruslan S. Yashkin-Kolokoloff has been with the Mackenzy Group since 2011, where he has been involved in the development, production and distirbution of automotive parts and systems, management of intellectual property, and management of bonded warehousing for automotive parts in Europe and North America. He previously spent nine years as Vice-President of FWH Europe, where he provided legal, financial and consulting support for the group and its subsidiaries in Europe; and five years with Delphi Automotive Systems Overseas, the last two of these as sales manager for Russia and Ukraine.
Kristin Gong Sales & Marketing Director Beijing Changjiu Logistics
Mark Zhuo Logistics Manager Federal Mogul China
Jin Wei General Manager, Marketing Center DST Rental (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd.
Achim Glass Head of Global Automotive Vertical, SVP Kuehne + Nagel
Achim is a passionate business developer and has been working for Kuehne + Nagel for 20 years in various positions and locations. A professional freight forwarder with particular expertise in sea freight and air freight he has been directing the company’s global automotive business since 2015 with particular expertise in inbound logistics, aftermarket services and logistics of lithium batteries. Achim holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and management studies from Oxford Brookes University in England as well as an Executive MBA in logistics from the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland. He is based at Corporate Head Office in Switzerland.
Christoph Seitz Owner and CEO CFR Rinkens
Christoph is CEO and co-owner of CFR Rinkens LLC, a California-based non-vessel operating common carrier (NVOCC) specialising in containerised transport of new and used vehicles worldwide. Christoph's key focus is business development.
Ma Xin Vice Director, Logistics Hongxing Erke Group
Fan Yongjun Deputy General Manager Chengdu RAJA Electric Vehicle Technology Co. Ltd.