Hyundai Mobis CEO elected ISO President


Hyundai Mobis CEO Cho Sung-hwan (Hyundai Mobis)

Cho Sung-hwan, CEO of Hyundai Mobis, the auto elements affiliate of Hyundai Motor Group, has been elected because the chairman of the Worldwide Group for Standardization, the corporate stated on Friday.

Cho is the primary Korean to take the very best place in ISO, a non-profit group that develops and publishes greater than 24,000 worldwide requirements for varied industries, and has 167 nationwide requirements our bodies as members. South Korea has been a member since 1963.

Cho was chosen by a vote through the Common Meeting assembly of ISO held in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates on Thursday, competing towards Decheng Wang, president of the Chinese language Academy of Equipment Science and Expertise Group.

The 61-year-old engineering veteran has held the lead place at Hyundai Mobis since 2021. Beforehand, he labored at Hyundai Motor and Hyundai Autotron, an digital management accomplice now absorbed into Hyundai AutoEver.

The president-elect will start his time period in January 2024 and can maintain the place for 2 years the next yr with present president Ulrika Franck enjoying a key function.

In the meantime, the Ministry of Trade stated that South Korea has been re-elected because the Technical Administration Board, which has been absolutely empowered to make essential choices within the physique since 2009.

Moon Younger-jun, chief director of the Korea Transportation Institute, will lead the board for 3 years beginning in 2023.

by Kim Dae-sol (ddd@heraldcorp.com)



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