The international freight services and logistics provider, the U-Freight Group Ltd (UFL), has promoted two key executives based at its headquarters in Hong Kong. Amy Wong has been promoted to chief administrative officer of the U-Freight Group tasked with supervising the day-to-day operations, HR & Administration of UFL offices, whilst assisting chief executive officer, Simon Wong in analysing the operations of UFL’s global network as part of devising and implementing strategic initiatives to help move the company forwards. Meanwhile, Joey Cheung has been named general manager of U-Freight Ltd’s Hong Kong office, overseeing all the group’s businesses and facilities in Hong Kong.
Read more: U-Freight Group wins key government contract in the PhilippinesAmy joined U-Freight 1n 1982 and is already a member of the executive management team as vice president of administration and training. In a career within the U-Freight Group (UFL) that started in 1997, Mr Cheung has served at many of UFL’s international stations, within various of the company’s subsidiaries. He has worked in senior sales and business development positions in Shanghai, New York and Hong Kong, and in 2005 joined a newly formed China Team in the company’s Hong Kong headquarters office.
Read more: Operations start at U-Freight’s first smart eCommerce fulfilment centreSays UFL chief executive officer Simon Wong: “Both Amy and Joey are long-standing employees of the company and have performed proactively in the group’s business development activities. “Their careers with us have mirrored the exciting developments within international logistics, including China’s enhanced position in global trade, in which UFL has played a significant part and continues to do so, as well as the development of cross border e-commerce logistics, which is very important to our future. “Their promotions are a reflection of the valuable contribution that they have made to the company’s development. U-Freight has always had a firm belief in promoting from within. Given the collective experience of both Amy and Joey, I’m sure that they are more than capable of helping drive forward our position in the various trades that we serve.”