Despite that, he still goes to his office every day as he guides the company as its board chairman emeritus.
Well, this may not, however, be unconnected with the $208 million marginal loss the company suffered in 2018 as the company ramped up production costs, even as the US-China trade war is making things a bit difficult for the company.
On the other hand, his son is quite hopeful that the company will bounce back from its challenges. It should be noted that the shipping company was founded in 1967 and Chang steered its affairs for 51 years.
According to Forbes, the company is also working on block chain technology to improve its supply service and be able to track cargo in real-time.