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CTG International (North America) Inc has opened its head office in North America, with a warehouse facility located in prestigious commercial Park100.
CTG is a joint venture of Taishan Fiberglass Inc., the no.1 leading supplier of fiberglass in China and FiberLink Inc., a Canadian company with a well established sales channel. The joint venture is positioned to expand the North American market share that the two companies already enjoy.
The president of Taishan Fiberglass Inc Mr. Zhifa Zhang and the mayor of Taian and a group of government officials from China attended the grand opening to celebrate this event. At the opening, Mr. Zhifa Zhang, the president of Taishan Fiberglass and CTG gave some short remarks stating “Our main focus is to continue to supply the highest quality fiberglass to our customers at the best price with the best service. The opening of this joint venture is a re-assurance of our commitment to better serve our customers and to build stronger ties and CTG International branding here in North America.”
After the president’s remarks, CTG was officially opened for operation. With warehouse space of close to 30,000 sq ft, it can house more than 2 million pounds of fiberglass materials. Mr. Simon Leung from FiberLink is appointed CEO of CTG and FiberLink Inc will act on behalf of CTG sales office for its United States business.
Taishan Fiberglass Inc. with over 1860 employees currently has annual production capacity of 80,000 MT, of E-Glass single and multi-end roving, chopped strand mat, woven roving and chopped strands. FiberLink Inc is one of North America’s largest representatives of offshore FRP materials.
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