Air Products board elects new director, David HY Ho

Air Products board elects new director, David HY Ho

11:19 AM, 31st January 2013
Air Products board elects new director, David HY Ho
David HY Ho, board of director, Air Products.

LEHIGH VALLEY, US: David HY Ho, Chairman, Kiina Investment, has been elected to Air Products’ board of directors. John McGlade, Chairman, President and CEO, Air Products, noted that “David’s extensive experience establishing and building businesses in China will bring significant value to the company as we execute on our strategy there.”

Ho currently serves as a member of the Board of Pentair Limited and Triquint Semiconductor in the United States and two Chinese state-owned enterprises: China Ocean Shipping Company and Dong Fang Electric Corporation.  

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