Former bosses of Ford Vietnam, Be join transport firm Tasco

By Minh Son   November 2, 2023 | 10:00 pm PT
Former bosses of Ford Vietnam, Be join transport firm Tasco
Pham Van Dung is chairman of SVC Holdings (left) and Nguyen Thien Minh is chairman of the Vietnam Electronic Toll Collection Company. Photo courtesy of Tasco
Pham Van Dung, former CEO of Ford Vietnam, and Nguyen Thien Minh, co-founder of ride-hailing app Be, have taken up jobs at transport services provider Tasco.

Dung has become chairman of SVC Holdings, a Tasco subsidiary and Vietnam’s biggest car distributor with a market share of 11.2%.

Minh is the new chairman of Vietnam Electronic Toll Collection Company (VETC), another subsidiary, and Tasco’s Technology Council.

Dung’s job description includes operations, developing strategic partners, research, initiating new projects, and expanding markets, including abroad.

He has more than 20 years’ experience at global corporations such as GM-Daewoo, Ford and Inchcape, and has held a number of senior positions in the auto industry. From 2015 to 2022, he was CEO of Ford Vietnam, the first Vietnamese to be appointed to this position.

Minh has more than 20 years of experience in building technology platforms at major firms and startups in the U.S., Europe and Singapore such as PayPal, Wells Fargo, BestBuy, OpenTV, DTT, and American Airlines.

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