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China Electric Motor appoints COO, CTO

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Staff writer | Shenzhen, China | June 11, 2010
China Electric MotorJune 11, 2010, Shenzhen, China - China Electric Motor, a designer of micro-motors, announced that it has appointed Xinming Xiao as COO, and Shengping Wang as chief technology officer.
Mr. Xiao has more than 10 years of production and technology management experience. He is proficient in the design and production of micro motors and the management of quality assurance systems and business processes. He also has years of sales and marketing experience.

Prior to joining the company, Mr. Xiao served as Deputy Managing Director of Huizhou Besthope Micromotion Technology Industry Co., Ltd. from October 2009 to May 2010. He was General Manager of Shanghai AWA Seimitsu Electric Co., Ltd. from June 2006 to September 2009 and Vice General Manager of Shenzhen MicroTech Motor Co., Ltd. from June 2004 to May 2006.

Mr. Xiao has also served as Senior Manager of strategic planning at Dongguan Lung Cheong Toys Co., Ltd. and as a production supervisor and director of the production department at MABUCHI Motor, the world’s largest micro-motor manufacturer.

Mr. Xiao holds a Bachelor's Degree in Machinery Manufacturing Technology and Equipment Automation from Central South University, and he received his Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Wuhan University of Technology in 1990.

Mr. Wang has more than 10 years of solid micro-motor industry experience, and is proficient in micro-motor design and production. Before joining China Electric Motor, Mr. Shengping Wang was General Manger of Shenzhen Chengzheng Technology Co., Ltd.

From March 1996 to February 2003, Mr. Wang acted as lead fonder of the Guangzhou factory and manager of the R&D design and manufacturing center of Standard Motor Co., Ltd. Mr. Wang also served as a motor production engineer at MABUCHI Motor, the world’s largest micro-motor manufacturer, from since February 1992 until March 1996.

Mr. Wang served as production engineer of the Qinghai oil pump and glib factory from August 1988 until February 1992. Mr. Wang received a Bachelor’s Degree in Machinery Manufacture and Equipment specialty from the Engineering Institute of Shenyang.


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