China Shuangji Cement opens new Zhaoyuan City cement plant

China Shuangji Cement opens new Zhaoyuan City cement plant
Published: 02 December 2010

China Shuangji a leading producer of high-quality Portland cement in Shandong and Hainan Provinces in China, announced that it recently held an opening ceremony for its new 1Mta cement plant in Zhaoyuan City and has started to ramp up production.

The official ribbon cutting was attended by local dignitaries including Zhaoyuan City Mayor Mr. Wei Zhang and Party Secretary Mr. Shaoning Xu as well as China Shuangji’s employees, suppliers, customers, and other industry officials. 
 
“On behalf of China Shuangji Cement’s shareholders, employees, customers and suppliers, I would like to thank Mayor Wei Zhang and Party Secretary Shaoning Xu and all the other local government representatives who helped make completion of this project a reality.  I would also like to especially thank Mr. Jiping Wen, the individual investor who loaned us US$3.7m to complete our purchases and installations of state-of-the-art cement manufacturing equipment,” said Mr. Wenji Song, Chairman and President of China Shuangji Cement, Ltd.

 China Shuangji’s new Zhaoyuan City cement plant, which is located approximately five miles from the Company’s former facility, has direct access to a new highway that leads to many of its customers and to nearby ports for transportation. The new facility is equipped with modern production lines as well as advanced testing equipment.

Once operating at full capacity, the Company expects its Zhaoyuan City cement facility will increase its production capacity by approximately 66% to 2.5Mta.  As a result, the Company expects that its revenue run rate and profit will be approximately 66% higher than it is currently. 
 
“Zhaoyuan City is pleased to have been able to assist China Shuangji with this project,” said Wei Zhang, Mayor of Zhaoyuan City.  “China Shuangji is a valued and trusted partner in our community and the opening of its new cement facility is truly a win-win for all parties involved.”