Peng Shou Visits KCC Corporation (South Korea)

Peng Shou Visits KCC Corporation (South Korea)
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Date: 20 July 2018

On the afternoon of July 16th, 2018, Peng Shou, board chairman of CTIEC, was invited to pay a working visit to headquarters of KCC in Korea.

Mong-Jin Chung, board chairman, Mong-IK Chung, president, Sung Yong Kwak, vice presidentand otherrelevant department heads of KCC attended the meeting.

Peng Shou first introduced the development of Triumph Group in new glass, new energy and new materials in recent years to Mong-Jin Chung,boardchairman of KCC, and saidhe looked forward to deeper exchange and cooperation with KCC in more fields.

Board chairman Mong-Jin Chungextended a warm welcome to Peng Shou for his visit, expressed deep admiration on the development achieved by Triumph Group inrecent years, and especiallysang high praise for the KCC Yeoju Plant 1200t/d Float Glass Project which was generally contractedby CTIEC and went into operation in 2015.Later,the two sides had in-depth exchanges and communication on further cooperation in high-end glass fieldacross the world. 

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