EV Cargo, the leading global freight forwarding, supply chain and technology company, has announced the appointment of Sandy Chan as Vice President, Human Resources & Administration for Hong Kong and South China.
Based at EV Cargo’s global headquarters in Hong Kong, she will play a key role in the company’s activities in the region, including human resources operations, business partnering, organization planning and change management.
Ms Chan, an HR professional for over 20 years, joins from CEVA Logistics, where she was responsible for HR and administration for the South China region, holding positions including Human Resources Business Partner and General Manager, HR and Administration. Prior to that Ms Chan held the position of Senior Human Resource Manager for telecommunications company M800.
Her appointment further strengthens EV Cargo’s central leadership team and demonstrates ongoing investment in its HR and people organisation to help execute its growth strategy in Asia.
EV Cargo – which manages supply chains for the world’s leading brands – aims to surpass $3bn of revenue by 2025 through organic growth and strategic M&A activities. Global supply chain challenges are providing ongoing opportunities and EV Cargo continues to invest in a global team positioned for growth and resilience.
With an active pipeline of acquisition candidates, EV Cargo’s growth strategy will see it strengthen its footprint in Asia and Europe, alongside developing additional global trade lanes with expansion into the USA.
Heath Zarin, Founder, Chairman and CEO of EV Cargo, said: “I am absolutely delighted to welcome Sandy to a superb senior leadership team at EV Cargo and am pleased that EV Cargo continues to attract talented leaders. She brings a wealth of senior experience, which will be an important driver for our people development and will support the execution of our growth strategy in Asia.”
Sandy Chan, VP, HR & Administration, Hong Kong & South China, said: “I’m pleased to join EV Cargo during this exciting phase of global development and growth. I believe that people management is a valuable asset for longsighted companies, and we should headway with the times. I’m looking forward to supporting with a full spectrum of human resource functions to help develop talent and skills across Hong Kong and South China.”