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Our History
Hubei Xinjing New Material Co., Ltd. was founded in 1998. Over 20 years’ hard working, we now have become a hi-tech enterprise of Hubei province science & technology bureau, with 3 production bases. Our Glutaraldehyde and Vinyl Ether series fill the market blank of China and are well sold in the international market. We got certificates of ISO9001 quality system and ISO14001 EMS in 2005.
Our Factory
Henan Jiaozuo Xinjing Co., Ltd.: We purchased 50mu of lands and founded 8,000T/A of production base in local Chemical Park for Vinyl Ether and its downstream products, this production base mainly produces Methyl vinyl ether, ethyl vinyl ether, propyl Vinyl Ether, Isopropyl Vinyl Ether, N-Butyl Vinyl Ether, Isobutyl Vinyl Ether, Cyclohexyl Vinyl Ether, Ethylene glycol monovinyl ether, Di(ethylene glycol) monovinyl ether, 1,4-Butanediol monovinyl ether, Di(ethylene glycol) divinyl ether, Methyl-1-Propenyl Ether, Ethyl-1-Propenyl Ether and so on.
Anlu Xinjing Co., Ltd.: Located in industrial park, this base mainly produces fine chemicals such as Acrolein downstream products and 1,1,3,3-Tetramethoxypropane.
Jinzhou Xinjing Co., Ltd.: Covering an area of 40mu in Jiangling Industrial Park, this base now produces 2,000 tons of Cycloaliphatic epoxy resins (more than ten kinds) every year.
Our Product
Glutaric dialdehyde/Vinyl ether/Intermediates /Aliphatic epoxy resin/PVM/MA Polymer.
Product Application
Water treatment /Coatings/Pharmaceutical and Pesticide intermediates/Personal care products/Electronic chemicals.
Our Certificate
ISO9001 ISO14000 TFS. 6044-68-4 suppliers
website:http://www.xinjingchemnew.com/

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