TT Network Partner in Taiwan
1 October 2005
With effect from 1st October 2005, the Club's Network Partner in Taiwan is Taiwan Transport Insurance Services Ltd. (TTIS).
The staff of TTIS are drawn entirely from Thomas Miller (Taiwan) Ltd, and Members' pending claims matters will continue to be handled by the same staff at TTIS. The claims executives, office and contact information remain unchanged.
TTIS will serve as a Network Partner for the island of Taiwan assisting Members with service for claims arising in Taiwan including the appointment of surveyors and lawyers.
TTIS is headed by Ms Adelaide Yang and Mr Tamon Tseng. Tamon has been an advisor to the Managers since 1998. He was called to the Bar in England in 1985 following his education at Cambridge.
Adelaide Yang will continue to oversee the daily claims handling work in Taiwan. Adelaide has worked for mutual clubs since 1987.
All office contact details remain unchanged, with the exception of the new website address:
Taiwan Transport Insurance Services Ltd (TTIS)
7th Floor, 107 Ren Ai Road, Section 4
Tel: +886 2 2740 2686
Fax: +886 2 2731 0456
Ms. Adelaide Yang, 2 2242 2048 or 935 632 990 (mobile) or 2 2249 8237 (fax)
Mr. Tamon Tseng, 2 8663 5863 or 932 386 819 (mobile)
Laurel Hung, 2 2632 3526 or 918 140 175 (mobile)
Jean Hsu, 3 322 7133 or 912 088 442 (mobile)A full archive of all TT Club news releases and photographs is available from the ISIS Communications Press Room at www.isiscomms.com
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