28 March 2017
Rompa Group is all about the plastic products we design, develop and produce for our customers all around the world. Quality and service are paramount, but without our dedicated team we would not be able to give you your desired quality and service. Without further ado we will introduce some of our team members to you, starting this month. For this we travelled from our establishments in China to Europe and the USA, visiting Rompa employees in management, staff, technical and design functions.
Anderson Wang - General Manager Rompa China
1. Who is Anderson Wang in a nutshell and what is your function at the Rompa Group?
“I am a 39 year-old Chinese guy with a daughter of 8.5 year-old and I am responsible for the operational affairs at Rompa China.”
2. How long have you been working for the Rompa Group and is your current position your first position at the Rompa Group?
“I have been working for Rompa almost 15 years; I started as a Quality Controller and right now I am General Manager.”
3. Tell me how a typical day at the office looks like. What do you do and who do you speak?
“The majority of my time is about meetings and conversations with the management staff from different departments. I have to make sure all departments work smoothly together.”
4. Which achievements have made you proud?
“In general…..that our dream team worked hand in hand to make Rompa grow in good health and sustainability.”
5. What are your ambitions for the next 5 years and how do you want to achieve them?
“More efficiency, more automated processes and even more sustainability.”
6. What makes Rompa….Rompa? And what makes Rompa unique in the plastics industry?
“Rompa is a company that already exists for 133 years! Our belief is: Nice to work with, nice to work for. And that is how I feel for already 15 years. In my opinion the following things make Rompa unique in the plastics industry: A short lead time, excellent quality of the products we make, our quality control system and last but not least…. Our concept of a customer-oriented working process.”
7. What is it that you do and need to stay ahead in a competitive market?
“Be proactive on the aspects of new technology, efficiency and environmental issues.”
8. Is there a difference in the way people do business in China?
“Yes, there certainly are some differences. I think the biggest difference is that GUANXI (= relationship) is the key of doing business in China.”
9. What is your motto?
“I don’t have a real motto, but I strongly believe in: No pain, no gain.”