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Senior changes at Santa Fe China

Jul 04, 2013
Santa Fe China has announced that James Gooding has been promoted to General Manager, China.

In his new role, James will be responsible for leading the relocation, moving and records management operations of Santa Fe China, which consists of 14 offices and over 600 team members.  James joined Santa Fe in Jakarta, Indonesia in 2001 as corporate services manager.  In 2003, James was promoted to business development manager of Santa Fe, China and soon after took up the role as relocation services manager for the company’s rapidly growing relocation activities in Shanghai.  James became general manager, Shanghai in 2004 and general manager, Central and Southern China in 2008.  James will continue to operate out of Shanghai..

In a separate announcement Santa Fe has advised that Jamie Wong will be taking over new responsibilities as general manager, Northern China where he will be responsible for offices in Beijing, Dalian, Qingdao and Tianjin.  The company says that Jamie’s experience, knowledge of the culture, language capabilities (Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, Dutch and English) and proven track record as a leader will help further strengthen operations in Northern China. Jamie has been with the Santa Fe Group in Asia for 11 years.  He began his career in Hong Kong as an account manager in 2002 and subsequently relocated to Shanghai in 2005 where he took up the role of corporate account manager.  Jamie launched Santa Fe’s offices in South Korea in 2007.  Jamie will operate out of Beijing and will move into his new role as soon as the new general manager for South Korea is in place. 


Photo:  James Gooding

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