Shanghai Chapter

The Shanghai chapter of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China was opened in 2002 and is currently the largest chapter in terms of number of member companies. It hosts over 21 active Working Groups and three Forums, as well as the China Desks for a number of European industry associations, such as the Independent (Auto) Aftermarket (AM) Desk, Starch Europe Desk, Low Voltage (LV) Desk, and the European Heating Industry (EHI).

The chapter has strong relations with various branches of the local government including regular strategic dialogues with the Shanghai Development and Reform Commission (SDRC), the Shanghai Municipal Commission of Commerce (SCOFCOM), and the Shanghai Customs Bureau.

Shanghai Office

Unit 2204, Shui On Plaza, 333 Huai Hai Zhong Road,Shanghai, 200021, P.R. China
上海市淮海中路333号,瑞安广场2204室

Shanghai location & staff contacts

Upcoming Events

Judge Jim Tamm will address some of the differences between collaborative and adversarial workplaces and how you can get build more effective collaborations and relationships both as an organization and...
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Intelligent Logistics: Visit to Yangshan Port and KLG’s Smart Warehouse
2017-07-05

[Fully Booked] Factory Tour to Lego Toy Manufacturing (Jiaxing): Minimising Environmental Impact and fitting Environmental Standards
2017-07-06

Moving your Business to the Cloud: Do the benefits outweigh the costs?
2017-07-19

Factory Tour to ThyssenKrupp Elevators: Overview of the Elevators Market in China
2017-08-03

Latest local News

2017-06-19

European Chamber Vice President and Shanghai Chapter Chairmen...

On Monday 19th June, European Chamber Vice President and Shanghai Chapter Chairmen Mr Carlo D’Andrea addressed the plenary session at the opening of the Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) High-Level Forum on D...
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Bring added value to your organisation – Inspire and engage employees to boost productivity
2017-04-21

China's offensive in Europe
2017-03-07

Shanghai Lawyer: The memoirs of America’s China Spymaster
2017-03-06

Brexit A to Z: What happens next?
2017-03-03