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2022-07-31
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Shajiabang accelerates the upgrading of glass mold industry on October 30, Qin Wei, deputy secretary of Changshu Municipal Party committee, met with menglingyan, chairman of China Daily Glass Association and his delegation, accompanied by shenxiaodong, vice mayor

Qin Weixing welcomed the 2010 annual meeting of the National Professional Committee of glassware held by China Daily Glass Association in Changshu and congratulated on the successful holding of the meeting. She hopes that Shajiabang town and other economic sectors will accelerate the transformation and upgrading of the glass mold industry, which often leads to disastrous equipment or personal injury accidents. The municipal Party committee and the municipal government will increase policy support, improve the talent mechanism, and create a good environment for the development of the glass mold industry

menglingyan said that the glass mold industry in Shajiabang town has a good momentum of development, which has made a great contribution to the comprehensive improvement of the environmental pollution caused by such plastic granulator equipment in the industry. There will be greater development potential and space in the future

Shajiabang Town, Changshu City is the main producer of glass moulds in China, accounting for about two-thirds of the output of the same industry in China. Some of Shajiabang's high-end molds have been exported to Europe and the United States, and have entered the world's top glass products enterprises, such as Australia United, France Saint Gobain, bow and arrow, among the world's top 500 enterprises. The foreign trade income has exceeded 10million US dollars. Today, Shajiabang has become a veritable "hometown of Chinese glass molds". Today, this famous town in the south of the Yangtze River is once again famous in China. It has more than 100 glass mold enterprises, with an annual output of more than 500000 sets of glass molds, with a sales volume of 500million yuan, accounting for more than 60% of the domestic glass mold market share, and the number of employees accounts for 10% of the local population

the glass mold industry in Shajiabang town started in the 1970s, rose rapidly in the 1980s, and achieved an increase in volume in the 1990s. Especially in the past three years, the investment in technological transformation of glass mold enterprises has been continuously increased, and advanced equipment at home and abroad has been continuously introduced. Jianhua mould Co., Ltd. and Seiko mould Co., Ltd. invested human and material resources to independently develop copper alloy glass moulds, realizing "independent creation" in the whole process from casting to processing. This new product fills the gap in the domestic glass mould industry. Jianhua mould Co., Ltd. also took the lead in adopting overhead casting process in domestic glass mould enterprises, changing the traditional buried casting process, so as to improve the quality of moulds and the stability of materials. Seiko mould Co., Ltd. is one of the first batch of enterprises in China to produce glass moulds in an industrialized way. Its excellent quality and the spirit of pursuing quality excellence have made its reputation as a "mould expert" well known in the industry. Its two products were recognized as high-tech products in Jiangsu Province in 2008, and it has established close cooperative relations with the world's top glass products enterprises such as the Australian Confederation of the United States, Saint Gobain of France and bow and arrow. The glass mold manufacturing enterprises in the town have won 4 famous brand products and high-tech products in Jiangsu Province and Suzhou, and 7 high-tech enterprises and private technology enterprises in Jiangsu Province and Suzhou. In 2007, it became the largest glass mold processing base in China. In 2008, Shajiabang town was awarded the title of "hometown of Chinese glass molds" by China Light Industry Federation and China Daily Glass Association

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