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Executive Q&A: Michael Yung, CEO of TK Group

"The mold is an art piece. We say to be a mold-maker, you need to have the mind of a scientist but possess the craftsmanship of an artist."


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Executive Q&A: Covestro Asia Pacific’s Holly Lei

Covestro Asia Pacific polycarbonate business unit senior vice president Holly Lei shared with Plastics News China the company's challenges and her personal management style.


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Executive Q&A: KraussMaffei Group China CEO Christian Blatt

China is an important market for KraussMaffei Group -- and with state-owned China National Chemical Corp. poised to take ownership of the Munich, Germany-based company, it will soon be an important corporate center, too.


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Executive Q&A: Engel growing against trend in China

Engel Holding GmbH, the premium injection molding machinery maker, is growing in China despite the market slowdown. Gero Willmeroth, president sales and service of Engel Machinery (Shanghai) Co. Ltd., shared his views and philosophies with Plastics News China in a recent interview.


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Peter Neumann retires as Engel's chairman and CEO

Engel Holding GmbH, the Austria-based manufacturer of injection molding equipment, has announced that Peter Neumann, its CEO and long-time chairman, will withdraw from the day-to-day running of the company by the end of the year.


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Executive Q&A: Finding a niche in China

How did a joint venture between a South Korean multinational company and a tiny Chinese startup grow to become the market leader in China for modified plastics customization of polycarbonate/ABS & ABS?


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Executive Q&A: Brushing up with Hayco’s Donald Hay

Odds are, you probably have a half-dozen or more products from Hong Kong-based Hayco Ltd. crowding the closets and cabinets of your home.


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Executive Q&A: Borch gets more ‘intelligent’

Few have a better view on the rapidly changing Chinese plastics machinery industry than Zhu Kangjian, chairman of Borch Intelligent Equipment Co. Ltd. and president of the China Plastics Machinery Industry Association.


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Executive Q&A: Riding the waves of changes

Wang Rui Xiang sat down with Plastics News China to talk about his thoughts on the Chinese economy and the path his company is taking.


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Executive Q&A: Shini foresees big changes in auxiliary market

"Chinese manufacturers need to face up to this simple fact: No longer can they enjoy the luxury of producing goods at a cheaper cost than America or Europe. In fact, the average salary [here] is higher than in some Eastern European countries."


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