Mr. Frank Lo
Frank Lo has overall responsibility for the Company and possesses over 30 years of management experience in ocean shipping, freight forwarding, distribution, container port marketing and container manufacturing. He had held senior executive positions in Hong Kong, U.S.A. and Canada and was one of the earliest developers and practitioners of supply chain management.
Through his experience and connection in container manufacturing in China, Mr. Lo has privileged access to a former refrigerated container production facility that has been adapted to fabricate independent modular units (IMUs) using robust international standard shipping container specifications, while these units are designed strictly for living quarters and never intended for freight carriage.
Apart from his business interests, Mr. Lo serves in the Board of Directors of the Terminal City Club and was previously an adjunct professor at Simon Fraser University. He maintains strong interest in the Community through his contacts in the various levels of government, as well as prominent non-profit organizations.
A resident of Vancouver for over twenty years, Mr. Lo is a graduate of the University of Hong Kong.
Vice President Operations
Mr. Michael Glas
Michael Glas is a 35 year veteran of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police with diversified experience in Policing, Human Resources, Security and Corporate Management and Comptrollership. Retired Staff Sergeant Michael Glas spent twenty one years as a uniformed operational police officer at various detachments throughout British Columbia, two years in the Vancouver RCMP Civil Litigation Section, nine years in Human Resources as a Career Manager, three years as NCO in charge Departmental Security for BC & the Yukon. The Departmental Security organization is responsible for the security programs adopted by the RCMP, ensuring that the RCMP complies with federal government security policy and standards, and operates in a safe and secure environment. His final year in the force was the Executive Advisory NCO to the Corporate Management and Comptrollership Officer. Corporate Management and Comptrollership (CM&C) is responsible for providing service excellence in the areas of financial administration, asset and facility management, and contracting and procurement management, and audit and evaluation. The primary role of CM&C is to support the responsible spending and safeguarding of the RCMP’s financial and physical resources to assist the RCMP in achieving its goal of being a strategy-focused, intelligence-led organization of excellence.
Retired Staff Sergeant Michael Glas contributes his valuable experience by overseeing MC Quarters Corporation’s Canadian operations which includes the development and maintenance of dealer networks, customer relations, and logistics.
Vice President China Operations
Mr. Stone Zhang
Stone Zhang is responsible for overseeing sourcing, manufacturing and logistics in China. He has held key management positions in refrigerated and special container manufacturing for a number of years, most recently with a worldwide leader in container and chassis leasing and manufacturing. Mr. Zhang works from the MCQ China office and is responsible for design and technical support, sourcing, production and logistics in China. He is a mechanical engineer and lives in Shanghai.