Make greater contributions to “Made in China 2025”, laying the foundation for Suzhou New Plant of HIWIN Technology
Reprinted: Suzhou Daily
Yesterday morning, HIWIN Technology (China) Suzhou New Factory held a groundbreaking ceremony in Suzhou Industrial Park. Reporter Xu Zhiqiang photo
Yesterday morning, HIWIN Technology (China) Suzhou New Factory held a groundbreaking ceremony in Suzhou Industrial Park. Chairman of the Mainland Council of the Cross-Strait Entrepreneur Summit, Zeng Peiyan, Vice Chairman Sheng Huaren, Chairman of the Taiwan Council of the Cross-Strait Entrepreneur Summit, Xiao Wanchang, and Vice Governor Zhang Lei attended the meeting.
Sheng Huaren said in his speech that the construction of the new Suzhou plant of HIWIN Technology (China) will provide new experience for cross-strait cooperation in the manufacturing sector. Cross-strait manufacturing will also take this opportunity to exchange ideas and deepen cooperation. He said that the current cross-strait relations are at an important time point, and the cross-strait entrepreneurs summit will uphold the "cross-strait family" philosophy, and continue to promote exchanges and cooperation with Taiwan, deepen the integration and development, and grab the "13th Five-Year" plan And “One Belt, One Road” is a favorable opportunity for national strategy, complementing each other's strengths, and jointly creating new advantages, and promoting outstanding enterprises on both sides of the strait to create greater achievements in the international manufacturing sector.
In his speech, Xiao Wanchang said that HIWIN Technology is the epitome of Taiwan's manufacturing enterprises. HIWIN Technology has settled in Suzhou, and it is also a typical example of Taiwanese companies seeking new developments in the mainland. It is hoped that Shanghai New Technology Co., Ltd. (China) will accelerate its production and sales services in mainland China after it is put into production, serve mainland high-end manufacturing enterprises, participate in the transformation of mainland manufacturing, and make positive contributions to “Made in China 2025”.
HIWIN Technology is the largest manufacturer of precision machinery in Taiwan. It was listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange in June 2009. It has 12 subsidiaries, R&D centers and laboratories around the world, and employs about 6,000 people, including more than 400 R&D personnel. HIWIN Technology (China) Suzhou New Plant covers an area of 40,000 square meters with a total investment of 800 million yuan. After completion, it mainly develops and produces ball screws, linear guides, power tool holders, special bearings, industrial robots, medical equipment and straight lines. High-precision precision products such as motors. After the project is completed and put into production, it can realize sales income of 2.6 billion yuan, profit and tax of 62 million yuan per year, and resettlement employment of more than 900 people.
Jiangsu is one of the most intensive provinces between the mainland and Taiwan. The development of Jiangsu-funded enterprises shows the characteristics of expanding investment scale, high industrial agglomeration, superior investment structure and good development prospects. As of 2015, the city has approved a total of 10,666 Taiwan-funded enterprises, with a general contractual use of US$74.03 billion, and the actual use of Taiwanese capital of US$29.5 billion, accounting for 60% of the province's total use of Taiwanese capital. There are also four Taiwan-funded banks and five sub-branches, and there are 15 Taiwan-funded financial leasing companies, ranking first among mainland cities.
Yesterday afternoon, Zeng Peiyan and Xiao Wanchang and his entourage also visited Taiwan-Taiwan-funded service companies such as Taijun International Leasing and Eslite Bookstore, and attended the signing ceremony of the cooperation memorandum between Taiwan Industrial Bank and Suzhou Bank. Taiwan Industrial Bank In 2011, Taijun International Leasing Co., Ltd. was established in Suzhou, with Suzhou as the center, and its business has gradually expanded to Nanjing and Dongguan. After the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding, Taiwan Industrial Bank and Suzhou Bank will further strengthen exchanges, promote cross-strait financial cooperation, and provide more innovative financial services for enterprises in Suzhou and Taiwan.
Wei Jianguo, Secretary-General of the Mainland Council of the Cross-Strait Entrepreneur Summit, Chen Ruilong, Secretary General of the Taiwan Council, Qu Futian, Deputy Secretary of the Municipal Party Committee, Mayor of the City, Zhou Weiqiang, Zhu Min, Wang Xiang, You Wei, Sheng Lei, Yu Xingnan, etc. activity. (Reporter Chen Xiuya)