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The UCR business school hosts a visit by Cheng Lu, president of the Chinese CEO Organization and chair and CFO of East-West Logistics.

 

(May 9, 2012)

Lisa Zhou, Peter A. Hayashida, Cheng Lu, Dallas L. Rabenstein, Yunzeng Wang and Tony Sun
From the left: Lisa Zhou, Peter A. Hayashida, Cheng Lu, Dallas L. Rabenstein, Yunzeng Wang and Tony Sun

On May 9, the University of California, Riverside’s School of Business Administration hosted Cheng Lu, president of the Chinese CEO Organization and chairman and CFO of East-West Logistics, Inc.

Accompanied by the Chinese CEO Organization's Vice President Lisa Zhou and CFO Tony Sun, Lu toured the campus facilities and met with Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost Dallas L. Rabenstein as well as Vice Chancellor for University Advancement Peter A. Hayashida.

Lu heads the Chinese CEO Organization, a non-profit organization founded in 1996 that seeks to promote the development of commercial trade between China and the United States. The organization includes a notable roster of business executives from China with business enterprises in the United States.

Lu also serves as chair and CFO of East-West Logistics, Inc., an international transportation and logistics provider. Founded in 1996 by Sherry Wang, the organization has expanded to over 120 employees in seven offices in China and the United States. The company generates over $28 million in annual revenue from its U.S. operations. Emery S. Chukly, president of Emery Stephen Holdings Ltd., said of the company, “East-West is an excellent organization and emphasizes the highest levels of integrity and honesty… I consider it an honor to do business with them.”

Zhou, who accompanied Lu, is a founding member of the Chinese CEO Organization and is president and CEO of Gensun Casual Living Company, which manufactures high-end casual and outdoor furniture for the residential, hospitality and commercial markets. 

Sun, who also joined Lu, is the owner of Merchant Bancard Services, a private company located in Aliso Viejo, which provides credit card processing services for small- to medium-size companies, and primarily represents JP Morgan Chase merchant services and NOVA of U.S. Bancorp.

Yunzeng Wang, dean of the School of Business Administration, said, “It is a genuine honor for us to host Mr. Cheng Lu at UCR. At our business school, we teach our students to strive for the kind of great success that he and his organizations have attained. We thank him for coming to visit us, and we look forward to continuing the dialogue with him.”

News Contact:
Mark Manalang
Communications Manager & Editor/Writer
mark.manalang@ucr.edu


 


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