Thomas Miller has decided to amalgamate and concentrate mainland Chinese resources on Shanghai to broaden and deepen the range and type of services available to Members. This concentration of resource will also enable future growth of the office in terms of both size and capability.Accordingly, the TM Representative office in Beijing will close on 31st December 2015, and the Representative, James Zhang, will relocate to Shanghai from January 2016. James will continue to be responsible for relationships with those members based in the Beijing region and he will be present in Beijing on a very frequent basis. Accordingly, from 1st January 2016 please use the following contact details for James:-
Shanghai representative office
Work Unit 905, Ascendas Cross Tower,
318 Fuzhou Road,
Tel: +86 21 6321 7001
Mobile: +86 1381 0395 924
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