Sun Feng becomes the new boss of the China Classification Society
The China Classification Society (CCS) has appointed Sun Feng as the new chairman and chairman, succeeding Mo Jianhui, who has retired.
Sun worked at CCS Dalian branch from 1987 to December 2005. He was General Manager of the Classed Ship in Service Department since December 2005, based at CCS Headquarters, and worked as Vice President of CCS from December 2008 to December 2021. He has been in charge of almost all areas of CSC activity, including classification survey services for ships, offshore installations and related industrial products, science and technology, R&D, IT and international affairs.
Sun’s new role will primarily focus on innovation in key areas such as decarbonization, smart shipping and digitization.
“Over the past five years, the scientific and technical capabilities of CCS have improved dramatically and a number of innovative smart and environmentally friendly transportation technologies from CCS have won national awards,” he said. “We must continue to promote quality ethics throughout our organization by promoting the CCS rules and standards system, strengthening research in green and smart technologies while deepening the research and application of new technologies. investigation and accelerating digital transformation. CCS will continue to increase international communications and cooperation with institutions such as IACS and IMO. By improving our service capability, CCS will accelerate the safe and environmentally friendly development of international shipping.
Founded in 1956 and based in Beijing, CCS’s serviced fleet consists of more than 32,000 vessels. In addition to Sun’s appointment, CCS appointed Cai Yanxian as one of the four vice presidents, replacing Zhu Kai, who also retired.