Zhengzhou junhua machinery equipment co.,ltd
Zhengzhou Junhua Machinery Equipment Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as "Junhua") is a professional manufacturer producing world-class concrete products for the building Industry. Located in Zhengzhou city of China, Junhua has 20 years of history and has been involved in a wide variety of building projects all around the domestic and overseas.
Junhua is an expert in concrete mixer equipment and pump equipment, including all kinds of concrete pumps, mixers with pump, pump truck with mixer, mini mixer truck so on. Strict quality control procedures are followed for each and every production Junhua rolls out. Its industry-leading R&D team is continuously researching, testing and developing new solutions to meet the ever-changing needs of the concrete market.
Junhua aims at supplying high-quality products to customers all around the world. They have explored international markets since their establishment and have built up long-term business relationships with a various range of customers in Europe, America and Asia.
- Founded in 2000
- Registered capital of USD 2.1 million
- Covering land ared of 15,000 sqm
- 4 modernized production line
- Annual production capacity over 10,000 sets
- Provide overall light construction solutions
- ISO9001 and CE certificates
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