China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation(CPCIF), Deputy Secretary-General
China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation (CPCIF)
Executive Board Member and Vice Secretary General, CPCIF
Secretary General of Committee of Multinationals, CPCIF
Chairman-elect of China Association of Controlled Chemicals
Secretary General of the Going Global Confederation of China Petroleum and Chemical Industry
Vice Director General of Chemical Foreign Economic Cooperation Center
Chairman & President of ProChem Resources Int’l Petrochemical Technology Development Do., Ltd.
Chair, Chemical Dialogue, APEC
Member of the Management Committee, World Plastic Council
Adjunct Professor of UIBE, SIT & BUCT
Senior Economist & International Marketing Expert
He got Master’s Degree of Peking University at 1991 (at the period of 1988-1991, teaching at the University) and worked as project manager and then General Manager of the subsidiary company of China Machinery Import & Export Corporation from 1991 to 2002.( during such period, he worked temporarily at Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Algeria, Thailand, etc. so was familiar with the business environment and culture of MENA countries).
He was the General Manager, Buz. Unit, Genertec International Corporation.
He edited and published some books such as Fuel Ethanol, Defining the Future—2030 and beyond for China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Foreign Economic Contracts, Dictionary of English Stylistics, Global Trend & China Opportunities, etc.
He set up the platform to help the industry go global and finished multiple research projects as the policy advices to be submitted to related government departments like NDRC, MIIT and SASAC. Dozens of his articles on chemical management, energy, waste treatment, low-carbon strategy, etc. were published in newspapers.
He actively advocated in the Industry green & sustainable development, TFS (green supply chain), circular economy, new plastic economy, responsible care, and etc.
2020-11-16 15:30 -- 15:40 Promoting SAICM beyond 2020-Mr. Guanglian Pang
2020-11-16 16:10 -- 17:30 PANEL 1: Forthcoming ICCM 5: Sound Management of Chemicals and Waste Beyond 2020