TTCM China Reports Winning a Bid on $5 Million Contract on Water Diversion Project

TIANJIN, China--(BUSINESS WIRE)--TTCM China, Inc. (TTCH.PK), a leading producer and supplier of glass-reinforced fiber plastic pipes, today announced the winning of the bid to supply the company’s products to one of the BeiHai Water Diversion Projects in GuangXi Province for the value in excess of $5,100,000.

The formal contract is expected to be signed in the near future.

Mr. Jiqun Wang, Founder and Chairman of TTCM China, said, “This is a part of the company’s strategic campaign to penetrate the market place in the southern and southeastern regions. It is expected there will be follow-up orders from the same project in the coastal city of BeiHai in GuangXi Province. Again, the demand for our pipes for water diversion, delivery, sewage disposal and treatment plants remains very strong. We expect the growing demand for clean water delivery and flood control systems in China to continue to drive demand for our products.”

600450 TTCM China Reports Winning a Bid on $5 Million Contract on Water Diversion Project
Date: 21 June 2007

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