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Guilin Chemical Factory


Guilin Chemical Factory is one of domestic enterprise for forestry product chemical .The factory started in 1951, and now it has become one of the largest enterprise for producing gum rosin over mainland by decades of striving. The enterprise is positioned as a re-producing gum rosin base by national science committee, forestry department and Guangxi people's government.It is anthorized for importing and exporting. It is awarded as top 100 developing science and technology enterprise in Guangxi, it is also awarded as high-tech enterprise in mainland.

The factory has the ability to produce 15000 tons gum rosin, 2600 tons turpentine, 5000 tons polymerized rosin, 100 tons rosin nitril D and rosin amine D, 2000 tons various brand gum rosin, and 30000 200L iron bucket.

The scale, the technical support, the equipment and procedure and the high quality of products have made products shipped over 30 countries and regions in the world, including Japan, America, Western Europe and Southeast Asia, that widely praised by internal and external customers, besides that the foreign exchange deposit to millions of dollars annually.

The enterprise always follows the principle of "The first is quality, the highest is customers" and focus on establishing the modern management of enterprise with high grade service serving society. In 1998, gum rosin, gum rosin, gum turpentine and polymerized rosin were certificated for adopting international standard product marking.

The factory located in south of the beautiful city of Guilin, covering 13,000 square metres. The conditions of traffic-marine, railway and airline is convenient, and base construction-water supply, power supply and gas supply highly meets the neesa of re-exploitation.

We are hoping for closer cooperation with internal and external customers, benefiting each other, developing together.

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