||Ph.D. in Institute of Traffic and Transportation, National Chiao Tung University
M.S. in Transportation Management, National Cheng Kung University
B.M. in Transportation Management, National Cheng Kung University
||Political Deputy Minister, Ministry of Transportation and Communications
Acting Chairman, Chunghwa Post Co., Ltd.
Chairman, China Aviation Development Foundation
Chairman, iPASS Corporation
President, Intelligent Transportation Society of Taiwan
Director, Kaohsiung Rapid Transit Corporation
Advisor, Kaohsiung City Government & Director, Kaohsiung City Government, Taipei Office
Director General, Transportation Bureau, Kaohsiung City Government
President, Chairman, THI Consultants Inc.
The international commercial ports in Taiwan, managed by TIPC, play important roles of passenger and cargo transportation; they are the gateways to international economics and trade. The development of ports also drives the cities where they locate and the industries nearby. The operating performance of Taiwan International Port Corporation (TIPC) deeply affects the development of social economics; it can be regarded as an important indicator of national economic and trade development.
Since the beginning of its establishment, TIPC has been actively developing for the port freight industry, the free trade port zone and the urban waterfront. By strengthening the port facilities, improving service quality, and creating a high-performance operating environment of the port, TIPC has effectively driven the overall passenger and cargo quantity to steadily grow in the Taiwan port group, which strengthens the status in Asia's container hub and tourism market.
While the mentioned efforts for development of Taiwan port group, TIPC also achieves balances between development of nearby cities, environmental protection of port, and diversification strategy of business. It continues to strengthen cooperation with the local government in development of urban waterfront, promote GREENPORT and EcoPorts Certification, and diversify business with innovative thinking. Through the effective implementations of various measures and programs, Taiwan port group and TIPC gradually move towards the goal of sustainability.
While facing the rapid changes of international economics and trade situation as well as shipping market, TIPC will keep focused on port core business, urban waterfront, wind power industry and overseas investment businesses. In addition, TIPC will go with the trend of intelligent transportation concept, introducing advanced technologies for developing intelligent port, improving and strengthening operating environment and safety of the port, enhancing the overall operational efficiency and international competitiveness of the Taiwan Port Group.