Mobility Matters, Episode 4: "Spotlight on China Hong Kong: Destination Services and Household Goods Shipment"
Global supply chain volume and household goods shipments has increased globally with borders opening and travel resuming in most of part of the world. While China Hong Kong is still pursuing a zero-Covid strategy, the demand for entering (or leaving) Hong Kong is rising due to pend-up demand and the traditional relocating peak season. In today’s episode of Mobility Matters, we turn the spotlight on Hong Kong, looking at assignees’ experience when relocating into and out of the city and some of the challenges.
Join subject matter experts—Sanny Linawati, Global Director, Cartus Destination Services, and Rob Chipman, CEO, Asian Tigers Hong Kong—our household goods partner, where they share insights and tips on relocating into and out of Hong Kong.
Sanny Linawati, Global Director, Destination Services, Cartus
Sanny Linawati leads the Cartus Destination Service Team for the APAC region including China Hong Kong and oversees the account management and operations functions. She has over 15 years of global mobility experience with unrivalled knowledge of the housing market. Accustomed to managing cross-functional teams, Sanny excels in driving service excellence from the teams that she leads. Sanny is an Indonesian native. She started her career in China, relocated to Beijing in 2001, and is currently based in Shanghai.
Rob Chipman, CEO, Asian Tigers Hong Kong
Rob Chipman is the CEO of Asian Tigers Hong Kong and has relocated with his family twice to China Hong Kong, most recently in 2001. He has more than 20 years of industry experience and used to be the chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce and president of the American Club. Rob graduated from Arizona State University and Thunderbird School of Global Management. He has two children, both born and educated in Hong Kong.
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