Li Chun Yang is our Head of Sales and Marketing Department responsible for our Group’s sales and marketing and maintenance of customer relationships. Li Chun Yang has almost 40 years of experience in the chemical industry. Between 1970 and 1972, he worked in Hunan Hengnan County Nitrogen Fertiliser Factory.
Thereafter, he pursued his Bachelor’s degree in Hunan University and graduated in 1975. Thereafter, he was engineer and head of workshop of Hunan Hengnan County Nitrogen Fertiliser Factory between 1975 and 1984 and later held the same position in Hunan Hengyang City Nitrogen Fertiliser Factory between 1984 and 1987, where he was responsible for the overall production activities. Between 1987 and 1993, he worked in Hunan Fertiliser Industry Company, a state-owned company which was delegated to manage the provincial fertiliser industry and he was responsible for provision of management advice and technical support to laggard fertiliser companies in Hunan Province. In 1993, he was the deputy general manager of Anchun Energy Saving responsible for sales and marketing, customer services and maintenance of customer relationships. In 1998, when operations of Anchun Energy Saving ceased and Hunan Anchun was established, he joined Hunan Anchun and has since then focused on the sales and marketing, maintenance of customer relationships and human resources of Hunan Anchun.
Li Chun Yang holds a Bachelor’s degree in Inorganic Chemistry from Hunan University. He was qualified as a registered senior engineer in 1994 and a certified chemical engineer in 2004. The significant awards that Li Chun Yang has won include the National Scientific and Technological Progress Award (2nd-highest honours) by the National Science and Technology Committee of PRC in 1995 and 2003 National Scientific and Technological Progress Award (2nd-highest honours) by the State Council in 2004, the Outstanding Individual contributing to Nitrogen Fertiliser Industry in 1998 by the Ministry of Chemical Industry of the PRC, and the Scientific and Technological Progress Award (2nd-highest honours) by China Petroleum and Chemical Industries Association in 2002.