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KINGFA's  "CARBON" Strategy and Action Plan
KINGFA's "CARBON" Strategy and Action Plan
On October 16, 2021, at the China Plastics Industry "Carbon" Summit Forum, Kingfa Technology Co., Ltd. officially released the company's "carbon" strategy and action plan. This forum is guided by the Guangzhou Municipal People’s Government, China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation, and China Packaging Federation. It is hosted by the National Advanced Polymer Materials Industry Innovation Center and the China Plastics Processing Industry Association. It is hosted by Kingfa Technology Co., Ltd. and sponsored by TÜV Rheinland.
KINGFA MEDICAL | Yuan Zhimin, Chairman of KINGFA : Support the Application and Innovation of New Materials Industry
KINGFA MEDICAL | Yuan Zhimin, Chairman of KINGFA : Support the Application and Innovation of New Materials Industry
Implement the material-first strategy of “inventing an array of materials, reserving an array of materials and applying an array of materials” by focusing on the needs of major national projects and the development of strategic emerging industries.
Kingfa Ranked 285th Among the 'Top 500 Chinese Private Enterprises in 2022'
Kingfa Ranked 285th Among the 'Top 500 Chinese Private Enterprises in 2022'
According to ACFIC, Kingfa ranked 285th in the list of the China Top 500 Private Enterprises in 2022.
The 29th Anniversary Celebration of KINGFA
The 29th Anniversary Celebration of KINGFA
Congratulations on the 29th anniversary of KINGFA Technology!
The Macao Health Bureau has distributed 14.5 million masks till now
Jul,21 2022  |  Industry News
The Macao Health Bureau has distributed 14.5 million masks till now
Since the COVID-19 outbreak in Macao on June 18th,The Macao Health Bureau has distributed 13.5million rapid antigen testing kits and masks and 14.5 million masks till now.
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Recycling of Medical Plastics
Jul,14 2021  |  Industry News
Recycling of Medical Plastics
Plastics are an indispensable part of the medical sector owing to their high versatility. The outbreak of Covid-19 clearly showed the growing demand for single-use plastics. Hence, completely avoiding plastics can be challenging at this point in time.
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