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B1705 Tomson Centre
188 Zhangyang Road, Pudong

Contact: Andrew Lemmis

Ph: (86) 021 50540739

Fax: (86) 021 50545739

TechnoFibre (China) Ltd is part of the TechnoFibre group specialising in Lifeboat & Davit maintenance. Group headquarters are located in Singapore and TFC operates from Shanghai and Hong Kong

Ports of Presence:
China - Dalian, China - Guangzhou, China - Hong Kong, China - Longkou, China - Nantong, China - Qingdao, China - Shanghai, China - Xiamen, China - Zhoushan, Singapore - Singapore

lifeboat, davit, life-saving, fassmer, shigi, norsafe, hatecke,

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