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July 2009 Work with us
 
  • IT Manager IT 经理

    Code: IM0907
    JOB DESCRIPTION:

      1. Lead IT support (hardware, software, network, database analysis, etc.) and development to achieve targets on quality of services
        • Build a high performance team of programmers, engineers, web designers, etc.
        • Setup and develop related IT policies and work procedures
        • Ensure projects get completed on time, as per agreed business scope, within budget and with high quality


      WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

        1. Over 10 years of working experience in IT field
          • Expert at Windows server and operating systems
          • Expert at maintenance of hardware and software, and telecommunication operation
          • Knowledge of Web development languages such PHP and ASP
          • Strong management skills in leading an IT team, managing projects, coordinating IT requests from multiple departments
          • Can work independently and cooperatively
          • Strong verbal and written communication skills
    • Logistic & Distribution Manager 物流及发行经理


    • Code: PM0907
      JOB DESCRIPTION:

      1. Coordinate, supervise and instruct on domestic and international shipping arrangements to ensure secure, timely and cost effective deliveries
      2. Be responsible for managing third party logistics vendors to maintain and improve their quality of service
      3. Ensure all logistics practices are in compliance with company's policy
      4. Distribute the products locally and where necessary
      5. Inspect and instruct distribution work and find new locations to distribute our products
      6. Plan and control customer services including inquires and customer records

      WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:
      Requirements:

    • Bachelor’s degree or above, major in Logistics or Supply Chain Management are preferred

      • Over three years of relative working experience
      • Transportation strategy development, planning and budgeting experience
      • Experience with customs clearance, CIQ procedure, shipment, inbound/outbound and import/ export
      • Effective conflict resolution, data analysis and performance measurement
      • Good customer and marketing industry connections
      • Fluent in English for internal and external communication
      • Working knowledge of MS Office and ERP system (preferred: SAP)
      • Good leadership, interpersonal and organizational skills
    • Accounting Manager 主管会计


    • Code: AM0907
      JOB DESCRIPTION:

      1. Check daily expense report
      2. Check daily voucher made by AR/AP and Cashier
      3. Make out vouchers for account transfer by the end of each month
      4. Close daily accounting by the end of each month
      5. Make out balance sheet and profit loss statement and cash flow statement monthly and yearly
      6. Make out profit and loss analysis monthly and yearly

      WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

        At least 3 years of work experience in a similar position
        • University degree in accounting-related field
        • Proficient in accounting laws and rules
        • Good command of English and Chinese
        • Good command of YongYou Accounting Software
        • Team player, honest, outgoing and can work well under high pressure
    • Commercial Director 商务总监


    • Code: CD0907
      JOB DESCRIPTION:

      1. Maintain, identify, develop a wide range of relationships and networks with key officers and relevant authorities in the municipality in order to facilitate success
      2. Develop the marketing and promotional strategy, and play a key role in driving the company's commercial success  
      3. Drive, lead and support key deal negotiations ensuring they stay aligned with business objectives
      4. Develop and lead related functions as businesses expand in China



      WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

        At least 8 years of experience related to commercial and sales market
        • Experience working in China, over 5 years in same position
        • Previous experience in Capital Goods or Assets
        • Strong ability to manage 100-500 people
        • Conversational English and fluent Chinese
        • Energetic, dynamic and outgoing
        • Highly reliable and able to treat company's information as strictly confidential
        • Insightful understanding of the principles of administration in the municipality
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Tianjin Port Q1 Earnings Up 40.26%

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NEWS - Tianjin Transportation

Thursday, 28 April 2011 14:23


Tianjin Port (600717) recorded a 40.26 percent year-on-year increase in first-quarter net profits to 221 million yuan, reports 163.com, citing a company filing. Sales revenues rose 11.07 percent to 2.8 billion yuan and earnings per share hit 0.13 yuan, up 44.44 percent.

According to China International Capital Corporation, China’s container throughput and cargo throughput respectively grew 13 percent and 14 percent in the first quarter.

 

About Business Tianjin

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About Business Tianjin
  • Introduction
    Business Tianjin is the only English language business journal in Tianjin. You can depend on it as a prime, reliable source of information concerning Tianjin's socioeconomic development, Summer Davos, trends in foreign and domestic investment, financial affairs and its booming service industry sector. Well illustrated and complete with economic and trend analyses given by experts, Business Tianjin is an indispensable guide for international businesspeople working in Tianjin.


    Target Readers
    ● Long stay foreign businesspeople in Tianjin
    ● Short stay business professionals who visit Tianjin
    ● Overseas businesspeople who would like to invest business in Tianjin
    ● Chinese business leaders and local governmental leaders who are proficient in English


    Style
    Size: 16K international standard
    Language: English
    Frequency: Monthly


    Circulation
    Business Tianjin directly mails complimentary subscriptions to top executives in foreign invested enterprises in Tianjin and Binhai New Area, decision makers and top executives from local enterprises, and top government officials every month. A directly mailed readership base of more than 80% senior executives ensures that the magazine provides the most cost effective advertising medium for those looking to reach decision makers in Tianjin. The magazine is also distributed at selected venues that offer high visibility, including Binhai International Airport, the Tianjin Chambers of Commerce, 5 star hotels in Tianjin and Binhai New Area, office buildings, business clubs and organizations, international schools, universities and recreation spots. Business Tianjin also directly mails to national chambers of commerce and embassies in Beijing.

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Housing prices 'to fall in Q4'

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NEWS - China Real Estate

Tuesday, 06 July 2010 13:39


Minister's remarks 'reflect govt's resolve to cool property market'

BEIJING - Property prices are likely to start falling in the last quarter of the year as tightening measures for the sector continue, officials and analysts have said.

Dropping sales volume and stagnant prices could lead to a deeper price slump in the market, Minister of Land and Resources Xu Shaoshi said on Sunday.

"In about three months, the property market will probably reach a comprehensive correction and prices will fall in some areas. But it's hard to predict the extent of the price drop, which may vary from city to city," Xu was quoted by China News Service as saying at a conference in Dalian, Liaoning province.

The ministry will strengthen property management and clear up idle land to ensure land supply for affordable housing, he said.

Xu's latest remarks reflect the central government's resolve to curb excessive property prices, said Grant Ji, director of real estate service provider Savills (Beijing).

In late June, the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development held a forum in Qingdao and pushed for an individual housing information system to supervise mortgages and stem speculative activities in the housing market.

Similarly, Hu Cunzhi, chief planner of the Ministry of Land and Resources, said at a recent forum that the government will raise the threshold for developers to bid for land, asking them to set aside money that is 30 percent of the land's bottom price - as compared to 20 percent previously - during the bidding process.

"All these measures are aimed at managing people's expectations - the price will fall, as an expectation for loosening policies will lead to a strong rebound in prices," Ji said.

Since April, the government has launched a slew of measures to cool down the sizzling property market, including tightening bank lending as well as hiking down-payment and mortgage rates for second-home buyers.

Property sales volume has since plummeted, but prices remain stable.

Realty prices in 70 major cities nationwide rose 12.4 percent year-on-year in May, compared to the record 12.8 percent hike in April, figures from the National Bureau of Statistics showed. The month-on-month increase was 0.2 percent in May, compared with 1.4 percent in April.

Many people had expected housing prices to drop. According to a recent survey by China Index Academy, of the 964 Beijing homebuyers polled, 39.2 percent expected a slight drop in realty prices, while 19.8 percent anticipated a steep fall. Only 2.5 percent of those polled believed prices would continue rising.

Half of the respondents also believed that government policies were well enforced, compared to less than 20 percent of respondents in the first quarter. Only 8.3 percent of those polled said they would immediately buy a home, compared to nearly 18 percent in the first quarter.

"The housing agency next to my company has had much fewer visitors in recent weeks," 24-year-old Beijinger Wang He said.

"I believe housing prices will come down if the government really wants it to."

A substantial price adjustment may come in the fourth quarter, when property developers' cash flow tightens after slow sales and increasing difficulty in obtaining financing, said Lin Lei, marketing chief of US-listed real estate brokerage Century 21st.

"Property developers' best solution is to cut prices before more stringent policies are rolled out," Lin said.

 

 

China’s Property Stocks May Rebound; July Futures Advance

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Tuesday, 29 June 2010 10:33


June 29 (Bloomberg) -- China’s property stocks, led by China Vanke Co., may rebound after a property consultant agency said Shanghai’s new home sales increased last week. China’s stock-index futures rose, signaling gains for equity benchmarks.

Futures on the CSI 300 Index expiring in July, the most active contract, added 0.1 percent to 2,742 as of 9:16 a.m. local time. TCL Corp., China’s biggest publicly traded consumer- electronics maker, may rise after saying it will receive as much as 210 million yuan in subsidies from the Shenzhen government. PetroChina Co. and Jiangxi Copper Co. may decline among commodity producers as oil and copper prices dropped.

“Valuations of property stocks are attractive now and home sales have shown signs of sustaining a rebound,” said Wei Wei, an analyst at West China Securities Co. in Shanghai. “Given the two factors, property stocks deserve to rise.”

The Shanghai Composite Index, which tracks the bigger of China’s stock exchanges, dropped 17.54, or 0.7 percent, to 2,535.28 yesterday. The CSI 300 Index fell 0.7 percent to 2,716.78. The Shanghai gauge has dropped 18 percent in the second quarter, adding to a 23 percent decline this year, on concern government measures to rein in housing prices and the European debt crisis will damp economic growth.

Shanghai’s new home sales gained 65 percent in the week ended June 27 from the previous week to 107,000 square meters as some property developers cut prices to promote sales, consultant Shanghai UWin Real Estate Information Services Co. said in an e- mailed statement.

Range Bound

Chinese stocks will probably stay “range-bound” pending clarity on policies and the economy, Shen Minggao, head of China research at Citigroup Inc., said in a report obtained today.

China’s exports face “strong headwinds” in the second half of the year from policy tightening measures and the European debt crisis, reducing prospects of a rebound in the stock market, Citigroup said.

“While low valuations are attractive in the near term, risks lurk in terms of earnings downgrades or policy reversal,” Shen said. “Macro policies remain directionless.”

Loan growth will slow to 18 percent by the end of the year from 21.5 percent in May, Shen said. This will be a drag on money supply growth and “weigh” on the stock market, he said.

Yunnan Yuntianhua Co. may rise after the company said it expects to report net income for the first half compared with a year earlier loss after sales and the prices for fiberglass increased during the period and production stabilized.

 

 

   

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