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Electrolube expands with new manufacturing facility in China
The electro-chemicals specialist has officially opened its new 8’800 square metre manufacturing facility in Zhuji, in the Zhejiang province of China.
HK Wentworth’s Asian operation has now moved from its former Beijing-based manufacturing facility, where it has been situated since 2002, to the new manufacturing site in Zhuji. The relocation comes as a result of the company’s growth in China over the past 17 years. "The relocation of our manufacturing operation to Zhuji is the culmination of an exciting year for us as the company continues to go from strength to strength. This is a very dynamic time for Electrolube and the move forms part of our strategic plan to drive the organisation forward and build on Electrolube’s thriving reputation in the Asian electronics industry,” says Group Managing Director, Ron Jakeman, in a press release. The aim now is to take Electrolube China to the next level of growth and development, which the new factory and its five floors will assist in doing by significantly expanding company’s manufacturing capabilities. “We are all very excited to start this new part of the journey to support our customer base in Asia from our new world-class manufacturing facility. The new manufacturing facility in Zhuji combined with our extensive R&D facility in Suzhou represents a real coup for Electrolube China and we will continue to support the local domestic market as well as export Electrolube products all over the world,” says Sharon Zhang, CEO and Vice president of Electrolube China.