As President of the Executive Yuan, Y.S. Sun accelerated the development of Taiwan's technology and industry and started the impressive journey of the rapid growth of Taiwan's technology industry.
K.T. Li led Taiwan's industries through two economic transformations, creating an environment for Delta Electronics to grow and prosper.
Bruce C.H. Cheng
With his vision of "To provide innovative, clean and energy-efficient solutions for a better tomorrow", Bruce C.H. Cheng is praised by the media as Taiwan's first CEO (Chief Environmental Officer).
Together with Bruce Cheng, Eying Hsieh has been the driving force behind Delta's success as well as the backbone of the Cheng family.
Fred C. Lee
Fred C. Lee headed the establishment of Delta's Power Electronics R&D Center, which has become an important base for Delta's innovative technologies.
Yi-Chiang Lo served as Delta's independent director, where he emphasized responsible management and contributed to Delta's long-term strategic planning and other innovative practices.
Amory Lovins' book "Natural Capitalism" has inspired Delta's green building promotion and practice.
James Ng was appointed as CEO and is currently Chairman of Delta’s Thai subsidiary, leading the company's growth and expansion, as well as the establishment of the product design and the development department.
Mike Wang joined Delta in the 1980s, and was mainly responsible for US customers, laying the foundation for Delta's power supply market.
Mei-Hua Hsu was one of Delta's key employees in the early stages of its development, who is fast, efficient, and a woman of her word.
Due to the management philosophy of "developing technologies to improve people's lives", Takeshi Miwa transferred his company's proprietary thin-film technology to Delta after a fateful meeting with Bruce Cheng.
Chintay Shih worked as a technology advisor for Delta and provided valuable advice on Delta's technology innovation development strategy.
Nigel N.T. Li
Nigel N.T. Li established the "China-Delta Environmental Law Scholars Program" to attract outstanding scholars from both sides of the Taiwan Strait to make contributions to the teaching and research of environmental law and to offer advice and suggestions on environmental protection.
Hsien-Te Lin promoted the implementation of green building concepts, which matched Delta's vision, and together they planned Delta's first green building, the Tainan plant.
As a technology advisor to Delta, Victor Zue provides advice on Delta's technology innovation development strategy that is different from the industry's perspective.
Stan Shih selflessly shared his successful experiences of brand management to accelerate Delta's brand development.
Ho-Ming Huang introduced Hewlett-Packard's strategic planning consultant to Delta, helping Delta to start focusing on long-term strategic planning.
Chung-Hsing Huang has participated in Delta's global strategy meetings for a long time, and created in-house business management courses to provide the management team and senior executives with perspectives on the latest corporate management guidelines and international trends.
Chung-Laung Liu is deeply committed to higher education in Taiwan and has long been involved in environmental and public welfare activities related to Delta and the Delta Foundation, providing extensive guidance with his scholarly demeanor.
Milan M. Jovanović
Milan M. Jovanović Led Delta's cutting-edge power electronics research lab, being committed to designing smaller, lighter and more efficient power supplies.
Yancey Hai joined Delta as a professional manager and was responsible for the long-term strategic direction of the company and actively strengthened governance and board operations, leading Delta to reach a market value of NT$800 billion.
Mark Ko is Delta’s current vice chairma. During his time as president of its Power Systems Business Group, Delta's business revenue grew by over 30% annually.
As the current chief operating officer, Simon Chang is deeply involved in the field of automation and has built up Delta's strength in the field of intelligent manufacturing with continuous innovation.
As Delta's CEO, Ping Cheng led its organizational restructuring and deepened its operational efficiency by focusing on the three new business areas of "Power & Components", "Automation" and "Infrastructure".
Wilson Huang led Delta's Fans and Thermal Management business group to provide optimal service and constantly innovate products to achieve industry leadership.
As general manager of Delta Electronics Japan and Delta Northeast Asia, CH Ko has led Delta's Northeast Asia team to develop from its beginning and developed local businesses.
Victor Cheng leads Delta’s ICT Business Group, providing energy-efficient and next-generation ICT infrastructure solutions to leading companies around the world.
In Delta's early days, Steven Liu established a competitive advantage for Delta and Cyntec with automation and passive component design, and in recent years, he has promoted smart grid storage-related applications, opening up new opportunities for Delta.
JJ Chang led the power systems business to obtain the world's largest market share for notebook power supplies, and now leads the global operations of smart-grid-related solutions.
Dick Hsieh has been instrumental in developing Delta's presence in Thailand and China, and has made significant contributions to Delta's operational performance in China and Southeast Asia.
During Meng-Hsiung Chen's time as president, Delta's revenue grew from US$20 million to US$2 billion, laying the foundation for Delta to become a large multinational corporation.
Andrew Lee has been actively developing overseas business with great dedication, paying attention to details in each stage of the production process.
As the CFO, Roger Chu has been able to bring Delta's culture to the grassroots and provide professional financial solutions, helping Delta to stay afloat in the rapidly changing business environment.
As a leader of the SAP Enterprise Resource Planning system, Johnson Lee built a foundation to integrate Delta's global business, material, manufacturing, and financial system.
Albert Chang expanded Delta's telecom power business and laid a long-term foundation for Delta's global expansion from the traditional power supply business into telecom infrastructure.
Mel Yuan worked for Delta for over 30 years. During his time as VP of technology of Delta, he seeked new business opportunities by combining innovative R&D with business management.
Stronger Wang helped establish Delta’s factories in Thailand. He served as plant manager, general manager, and vice chairman of the board, not only laying the foundation for Delta's globalization, but also helping Delta to fulfill its corporate social responsibility.
TS Chen has led the Construction Division in finding quality construction contractors for each of Delta's plants for over 40 years and has been the hero behind Delta's plants by strictly controlling construction materials and project quality.
In spite of the difficult location, Jack Tsang managed to establish a production line operation model and laid the foundation for the Dongguan factory, and has continued to innovate and make changes to achieve high growth and profitability.
By emphasizing that employees are a company's important resources and assets, CH Luo has successfully exported Delta's human resources management model, corporate culture and business philosophy to overseas regions.
With a strong memory and great integrity, JT Hsu has been in charge of Delta's procurement business for 40 years.
Raymond Hsu joined Delta at the age of 19 and worked his way up from junior engineer to plant supervisor and plant manager. In the end, he was promoted to general manager of the Components Business Group.
In Delta's early days, Sandra Sun was in charge of finance, and was the first public affairs director, working around the plant and various public offices.
During the early days of the company, Sui-Li Chen was already a proven negotiator, handling land sales, plant construction and other operations, and always stood up for the company's interests.
As Delta's first employee of Delta Americas, Chung-Hsiu Yao initially built all internal functions and external affairs except for sales and R&D.
In the 1980s and 1990s, Amy Lin was the sales leader of Delta's magnetic components, and in the early 1990s, she went to the U.S. to lead sales in the components field.
JS Huang led power supply R&D and market development to lay Delta's foundation in server power development.
Susan Wang was involved in the establishment of Delta's first factory in China and trained a large number of outstanding employees, and was affectionately called "Grandma" by her colleagues.
Alpha Zhang led the creating of design centers in Shanghai and Hangzhou, establishing Delta's leading position in power electronics R&D.
With his expertise in total quality management, MS Tu assists units in reviewing situations and suggesting countermeasures, and also plays a key role in Delta's smart manufacturing.