Presidential Shift at Sino Swearingen

Aviation International News » November 2005
October 17, 2006, 9:26 AM

As Sino Swearingen prepares to shift from flight-testing to full-scale production of the SJ30-2, it has also shifted the CEO title from company president Carl Chen to chairman Ching-Chiang Kuo. Before joining Sino Swearingen, Kuo was responsible for public construction projects through-out Taiwan. But he’s no stranger to the aerospace industry. Before joining the Taiwan government, he spent 26 years at Rockwell (now Boeing) working on space programs. When Kuo joined the company, his stated goal was to get the SJ30-2 certified by the end of this year. Sino Swearingen appears on track to meet this objective.

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