On October 8, Chroma ATE's chairman Leo Huang was granted no. 15 during the 2020 award ceremony of the Taiwan Top 100 Best-Performing CEOs. For the third time in a row, Leo Huang ranked in the top 100 of this biennial ranking by Harvard Business Review (HBR). The global traditional Chinese version of the HBR adopted the survey method of its annual Best-Performing CEOs in the World ranking and applied that to review the performance of the leaders of Taiwan’s largest listed companies. The selection was primarily based on the return on equity (ROE) after adjustments for industrial fluctuation as well as on market value growth during each leader's tenure. Chroma ATE did especially well on the first part and ranked in the top eight with 2,413% industry-adjusted ROE.
Staying Ahead to Advance Corporate Value
Leo Huang founded Chroma ATE in 1984 and guided it to become a world-leading supplier of precision test and measurement instrumentation, automated test systems, intelligent manufacturing systems, and test & automation turnkey solutions. Ever since its establishment, Chroma's vision is to develop globally leading test solutions known for their precision, reliability, and valuable uniqueness. Under Leo Huang's farsighted leadership, Chroma ATE continues to innovate, staying ahead of emerging technologies and providing innovative test & automation turnkey solutions for customers to ensure the performance, quality, and success of their products, all the while successfully fostering corporate value for shareholders.
Chroma ATE seizes new market trends, continuously investing in the research and development of applications including semiconductor, photonics, LED, thermoelectric, passive component, electrical safety, flat panel display, video & color, power electronics, battery, electric vehicle, automated optical inspection, and industry 4.0 intelligent manufacturing test solutions. More recently, in response to the rapid development of AIoT, Chroma also provides reliability tests for HPC (High Performance Computing) chips; testing equipment for facial recognition 3D-sensing components; and power electronics test systems for the green energy/smart grid and 5G server industries.
Driving Innovation to Success