In 2000 Jack Yeung joined China-based precision mold maker and injection molder Ace Mold Co. Ltd., a company founded by his father, Wilfred, in Hong Kong 17 years ago. He serves as vice president of marketing and business development for sister companies Ace Mold, a 600-person mold-making business, and Ace Plastics Co. Ltd., a 1,000-employee injection molding firm that also operates a 60-person mold-making department. Ace – which also does decorating and assembly – now runs more than 100 presses (about a third of them all-electrics) and builds more than 500 injection molds a year in two plants that cover 270,000 square feet.
The company (www.acemold.com) makes its operational headquarters in Shenzhen, in southern China, while maintaining finance and logistical operations in Hong Kong. The employee-owned company runs factories in Shenzhen and Shanghai, China, and also has sales offices in United States and Europe.
Since Yeung joined Ace, the company has doubled its sales, supplying several leading firms in the beauty care, healthcare, packaging, telecom and electronics industries.
Yeung was educated in Canada and holds a bachelor´s degree in engineering from the University of Windsor in Ontario. He served as a senior engineer and project manager in various engineering and manufacturing companies in Hong Kong prior to joining Ace.
The Hong Kong Mould & Die Council has honored Ace Mold twice with its Mold Maker of the Year Award and four times with its Mold Design Award. The local Chinese government also has awarded it the Advanced Human Resource Management Company for three consecutive years.