Tianlong Cylinder (CHINA) Co. to build production facility at Tatu City

Tianlong Cylinder(CHINA) Co. has announced that it will build a new production facility at Tatu Industrial Park, becoming the latest company to move to the light industrial area of Tatu City. The Tianlong facility at Tatu Industrial Park, on seven acres of land is expected to create up to 200 new jobs with construction works expected to take one year.

Since 1993, family-owned Tianlong has been a leading producer of gas cylinders, gas pipes, burners and other accessories for domestic and restaurant cooking. In 2009, the company expanded to Africa, where it produces its wares in Nigeria.

“This investment in Tatu Industrial Park marks our expansion into East Africa,” said General Manager Tianlong, William Wang. “With this investment, we intend to grow our business and rapidly capture market share in the country.”

Tianlong’s annual output exceeds 2 million pieces LPG cylinder in China and exported to Europe, South America, the Middle East, Africa and Southeast Asia. Tianlong has an established reputation for quality and safety. In 2000, the company obtained ISO 9001 ISO 14000 Certification, and KEBS, TUV, SGS and SON quality standards.

Other consumer companies that have announced plans to set up manufacturing facilities at Tatu Industrial Parkinclude Unilever, Dormans, Kim-Fay, Chandaria Industries and Maxam.


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