Many multi-national companies have set up manufacturing sites in China over the past 30 years to leverage China’s cheap labor and low-cost materials. Keeping a dozen or more sites operating efficiently and profitably is one of the top priorities that MNCs strive to achieve. Mr. Qinghua Pei, a senior management consultant from Competitive Capabilities International (CCI) has helped well-known MNCs to improve operational excellence through its unique integrative improvement system TRACC, will share with us his observations of management challenges for MNCs in China as well as solutions that CCI can provide. Mr. Pei has worked on multi-national companies such as Coca-Cola, Heinz, Dupont, DSM, and large Chinese state-owned enterprises such as Snow Beer of China Resource and Mengniu Dairy of COFCO. You can learn more about CCI at https://ccitracc.com/, and contact Qinghua Pei at LinkedIn.
About the Guest:
Mr. Qinghua Pei is a senior consultant on World-Class Operational Excellence with strong background in both high technology and advanced management, and rich work experience in China, Europe and North America. He started his career at China Academy of Space Technology as a spacecraft systems designing engineer, and won the Third Prize of China National Merit. After that, he studied MBA and worked in Parker Hannifin, Germany, followed by a role to set up Parker’s new factory in China. He led a successful transformation of the company from a China-Germany joint venture to a wholly owned foreign enterprise and worked as the General Manager in German IBG Group. From 2007, he has been working at CCI (Competitive Capabilities International) which has its unique Operations Excellence System named TRACC, supporting MNCs such as Coca-Cola, Heniz, Dupont, and Chinese enterprises like Snow Beer and Mengniu Dairy. Mr. Pei is also a member of China Association of Plant Engineering.
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