DHL Express has announced several retirements and strategic appointments for Asia Pacific, including Hong Kong and Macau, South Korea and Taiwan.
Yung C. Ooi, most recently country manager for Taiwan, has been elected as Asia Pacific’s senior vice president for commercial. He will take over the responsibilities of Yasmin Khan, who retires after 23 years at the DHL Group. Appointed in Yung’s place is Chee Choong, who was managing director for Hong Kong & Macau.
30-year veteran Andy Chiang, former head of global strategic finance for DHL Express, has moved to a new position as managing director for Hong Kong & Macau.
In North Asia, Ji Hun (Michael) Han will be the new managing director for DHL Express Korea, succeeding Byung Koo Han, who has retired after 16 years at DHL Group.
DHL Express is present in more than 40 countries and territories in Asia Pacific with a market share of 57 percent in time-definite international (TDI) revenue. In December 2023, the express operator signed a long-term contract with Japan Airlines to utilize the latter’s first freighter, a Boeing 767-300, to add more connectivity to and from Japan.