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2018-04-04 21:48来源:经济日报领导力/运营

原标题:Bilingual·Foreign Business|投6500万美元只为饼干好吃?



Mondelēz Opens Newest R&D Hub in Suzhou


Chinese students Complete the Leadership Challenge at US Space Center


Etihad Airways Celebrates Ten Years of Operations in China


Stephan Schaller takes over as head of the Voith Group



Mondelēz Opens Newest R&D Hub in Suzhou


Mondelēz International recently inaugurated its newest global Technical Center in Suzhou, China. This state-of-the-art facility will support new products and technologies for many of the company’s iconic Power Brands.


The Suzhou RDQI Technical Center is part of the company’s previously announced $65 million investment in nine large R&D hubs, strategically positioned around the globe.


These centers will enable Mondelēz International to better recruit, retain and develop talent across a range of science and technical disciplines while accelerating the company’s growth and innovation.


The Suzhou RDQI Technical Center will be home to more than 100 experts – scientists, engineers and other specialists from all over the world.


The site is equipped with 2,700 square meters of pilot plant and labs, and 1,580 square meters of offices. This Technical Center will closely collaborate on innovations in our manufacturing network across the world.

亿滋国际全球研发中心执行副总裁 Rob Hargrove先生表示:“随着全球研发中心的建立,我们将注重对研究、设备和生产力的投入,打造高质量的生产平台,通过创新来助力公司的增长战略,并提高利润率。

“With these advantaged Technical Centers, we’re focusing our investment in research, equipment and capabilities, driving innovation to support our growth strategy, margin and quality platforms,” said Rob Hargrove, Executive Vice President.


These R&D hubs will improve speed, efficiency and effectiveness, while increased scale will enable us to more quickly address evolving consumer needs.The Suzhou RDQI Technical Center is part of Mondelēz International’s global R&D strategy. Embedding one of our largest Technical Centers here clearly signals the importance of China and Asia-Pacific region within our global R&D network.”


Five Chinese students participated in the Leadership Challenge at US Space Center


Recently, 325 students from 35 countries and regions attended the annual Honeywell Leadership Challenge Academy (HLCA) at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center (USSRC) in Huntsville, Ala.


This program gives students the opportunity to build leadership skills by tackling real-world challenges in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).


The World Economic Forum projects 65 percent of students entering primary school today will ultimately work in new technologically advanced job types that don’t yet exist. Honeywell’s goal is to inspire and prepare young people for the rapidly changing jobs of tomorrow.


Five Chinese students participated in this year's program. At the Academy, students between the ages of 16-18 participate in hands-on, team-based activities such as building, coding and testing rockets, simulated astronaut training, shuttle missions and a moonwalk, all designed to emphasize STEM education in an ever-changing, connected world.


Since its launch in 2010, Honeywell, in partnership with the USSRC, has awarded 2,091 scholarships to students of Honeywell employees to attend the Academy.


“We welcome this annual opportunity to partner with Honeywell and host its global community of future leaders,” said Dr. Deborah Barnhart, CEO and executive director, USSRC.


“Through this immersive program, students will learn teamwork, communication and problem-solving skills, and get a glimpse of the possibilities for their lives and careers in the 21st century.”


Etihad Airways Celebrates Ten Years of Operations in China


Etihad Airways celebrates the 10th anniversary of the airlines’ operations in the China market after it launched an Abu Dhabi to Beijing service in 2008, followed by Chengdu* in 2011, Shanghai in 2012 and Hong Kong in 2015.


To-date, nearly four million travelers have flown the routes which Etihad Airways operates to and from China. There are currently 28 flights per week with easy connectivity via Etihad’s Abu Dhabi hub to more than 40 business and leisure destinations across the Middle East, Europe, Africa and North America.


Through the effective integration of cargo capacity on freighters and aboard passenger aircraft, Etihad Airways has carried over 400,000 tons of cargo between China and the UAE in the past ten years.


In order to offer maximum convenience to passengers, Etihad Airways has forged codeshare partnerships with Hainan Airlines, China Eastern Airlines and China Southern Airlines.

阿提哈德航空首席执行官Peter Baumgartner先生表示,“阿提哈德航空有幸目睹并亲身参与了中国旅游和航空市场飞速发展的十年,我们对此感到非常骄傲。

“We feel extremely proud to be witnessing and participating in what has been a decade of rapid development in China’s tourism and aviation markets. ”said Peter Baumgartner, Etihad Airways Chief Executive Officer.


“In the past decade, innovative and cutting-edge products and services such as The Residence, Inflight Chef, Food & Beverage Manager, and Flying Nanny – as well as distribution technology – such as the online flagship store on the Alitrip platform - distinguished Etihad Airways in a competitive market.


“ China is and will continue to be one of the most important markets for Etihad Airways. Looking to the coming decade, Etihad Airways will continue to fulfil and enhance its comprehensive commitment to China, focus on diverse customer needs, and offer tailored travel options for all our guests.”


Stephan Schaller takes over as head of the Voith Group


From April 1, 2018, Stephan Schaller has begun in his role as head of the Corporate Board of Management at Voith GmbH & Co. KGaA and will lead the international technology company from now on.


He succeeds the long-serving head of the Board, Dr. Hubert Lienhard, who, at the age of 67, is retiring as planned. Schaller has supported Voith since 2015 as a member of Voith’s Shareholders’ Committee.


“I’m really looking forward to the new role and the challenges it will bring. I’m grateful to my predecessor for giving me a collegial and confident introduction to the world of Voith. To be asked to be Voith’s CEO is a great honor,” says Stephan Schaller.


“Voith is a very diverse international company. I will therefore take however long is necessary to get to know the company, and above all the employees.”


In the first weeks after assuming the role, Voith’s new CEO wants to get to know his team and the company in particular.


Stephan Schaller has many years of international experience in various sectors and industries outside Voith. In the course of his career he has been employed in multiple management and leadership positions at Linde, Schott and Volkswagen.


Schaller, who studied mechanical engineering, was previously responsible for the motorcycle division of the BMW Group before he joined Voith.


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编辑 / 刘辛未

来源 / 经济日报(记者陈颐、朱琳)




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