Golden Gate Logistics, a logistics company focused on Asia-to-North America supply chain solutions, has named Antonio Leung senior vice president, Asia region, a new executive position with the company. In this post, Leung will be responsible for the strategy, development and operation of Golden Gate’s activities in Asia. He will be based in Hong Kong.
Leung has over 35 years experience in the ocean shipping and logistics consolidation industries. Prior to joining Golden Gate, he was vice president of greater China for APL Logistics, a company he joined in 1996. He has also held management roles in liner, logistics, operations and marketing with Fritz Companies, American Consolidation Services and American President Lines.
Leung holds a master’s degree in technology management/global logistics management from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
“We’re tremendously excited to have Antonio join our company,” said John Williford, CEO of Golden Gate. “He brings an incredible wealth of knowledge, leadership and energy to the Golden Gate team.”
Based in Palo Alto, California, Golden Gate Logistics was formed by GTCR Golder Rauner, LLC and John H. Williford, the founder of Menlo Logistics and former CEO of Menlo Worldwide. Golden Gate acquires and consolidates premier logistics services providers in North America and Asia, creating an innovative, flexible solutions provider for companies with logistics needs in those regions. Golden Gate recently acquired Global Link Logistics, a leading provider of ocean and brokerage services from Asia to North American furniture and lighting importers.