SEATTLE, June 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- L & L Energy, Inc., (Nasdaq: LLEN)("L&L")("the Company"), a U.S.-based company operating coal businesses in China, today announced that Dr. Sheng-Lin Chang has joined the Company as Operational Director. Dr. Chang will be responsible for planning, analyzing, and supervising L&L's coal operations in his new role with the Company.
"We are very excited to have Dr. Chang on board to oversee our daily operations, particularly in light of our plans to double the activity in our coal mining and washing operations this year," said Dickson Lee, Chairman and CEO of L&L. "Dr. Chang's advanced operations background and knowledge of the coal industry is tremendously beneficial as we look to implement a computer-based logistics model that will maximize our operating efficiency and increase profit margins at the Company."
About Dr. Sheng-Lin Chang
Dr. Chang is an operations management specialist with over 30 years of operational and administrative experience, including experience in the Australian coal industry. Dr. Chang is fluent in both English and Chinese and has written several textbooks and published several research articles on production management in international journals. Previously, Dr. Chang served as a professor and vice president at China University of Science and Technology in Taiwan. He holds a Ph.D. in Quantitative Management Science from the University of Houston.
About L & L Energy
Founded in 1995 and headquartered in Seattle, L&L (http://www.LLEnergyInc.com) focuses on serving the vast energy needs of the Chinese market. L&L's China operations are headquartered in Kunming City of Yunnan Province, which operates three coal mines, three coal washing facilities, a coking facility, and a coal wholesale network in both Yunnan and Guizhou Provinces of China. Marketing offices are also located in Shenzhen and Guangzhou of Guangdou Province and Taipei, Taiwan.
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