CoreTech System appointed new Chairman and CEO

Dr David Hsu and Dr Venny Yang aim at shaping Moldex3D into a world-class professional enterprise

CoreTech System (Moldex3D)
A generation transition: CoreTech System appointed new chairman and chief executive officer. Photo Moldex3D

CoreTech System (Moldex3D) announced the appointments of Dr David Hsu as its new chairman and Dr Venny Yang as the new chief executive officer effective 19 April 2022. Dr Rong-Yeu Chang, the founder of CoreTech System, announced his resignation as chairman and chief executive officer and assumed new roles as chairman and chief research and development consultant.

Under Dr Rong-Yeu Chang’s leadership, Moldex3D has established a foundation and realized great success in product quality, brand awareness, and business expansion. His contribution is well acknowledged. Today, Hsu and Yang, former deputy chief executive officers and students of Dr Chang, became the new chairman and chief executive officer who will carry on the abundant experiences of their predecessor and teacher.

“Moldex3D has been committed to providing the most advanced molding simulation technology, investing in research and development, and helping enterprises to pursue digital transformation,” said Dr Chang. With confidence, he entrusts the new chairman and chief executive officer to build upon these objectives and their respective prowess to take Moldex3D to the next level. As the chairman and chief research and development consultant, Dr Chang will continue to assist Moldex3D in strengthening its capabilities and talents in research and development with his three-decade-long ample experience.

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Dr Hsu and Dr Yang expressed their gratitude for Dr Chang’s mentorship and guidance over the past years. Holding the corporate culture of integrity and reliability, they look forward to building a better working environment and vision. With the core values of molding simulation and the incorporation of the concept of ‘Digital Twin’ and material big data, Dr Hsu and Dr Yang aim at shaping Moldex3D into a world-class professional enterprise with state-of-the-art expertise.

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