Ninestar Jackson Wang

New Changes to Ninestar Top Management

New Changes to Ninestar Top Management

Ninestar Jackson WangDue to work rearrangement, Jackson Wang (pictured) has resigned from being General Manager of Ninestar, retaining as president of Ninestar.

The resignation took effect immediately on Feb. 27, when the Ninestar board of directors received the official resignation from Wang.

Ninestar claims that Wang’s resignation will not bring any negative impact on Ninestar’s operation and management.

Meanwhile, Wang nominated Mr. Dezhu Kong to be the new General Manager of Ninestar. The nomination was approved during the board meeting, effective from Feb.27, 2023.

Currently, Kong is the General Manager of Pantum, a subsidiary of Ninestar. Kong is also Ninestar’s director as well as General Manager. Prior to that, Kong also held positions such as General Manager of Ninestar G&G and Vice President of Seine, another subsidiary of Ninestar.


About Ninestar

Founded in 2000, Ninestar Corporation has been focusing on the printing and imaging industry for over 20 years. As one of the top 500 listed companies in China, it has now become the world’s fourth-largest laser printer manufacturer, with a market cap of more than 70 billion RMB(As of June 2022) and annual revenue of more than 20 billion RMB. Ninestar has been listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange (stock code: 002180) since 2014.

Ninestar has achieved full coverage of the printing industry chain, and runs its business in more than 150 countries and regions around the world, with a series of well-known brands across a variety of industry segments, including “Lexmark”, “PANTUM”, “APEXMIC”, “G&G”, and “Static Control”. Ninestar hires more than 23,000 employees worldwide, of which 20% are R&D staffs. Its technological products include laser printers and consumables, integrated circuit chips, printer core components, etc. It owns 4,885 independent R&D patents, 3,378 of which are invention patents.



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