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Our History
Our factory was found in 1994, our factory name was Ningbo thread and webbing factory in 1994. We changed name to China industry (ningbo) co., ltd in 2006.
Our Factory
We mainly produce sewing thread, embroidery thread and elastic tape, webbing
Our Product
We produce thread and tape
Product Application
In textile area
Our Certificate
Iso9002
Production Equipment
Dyeing machine, knitting machine, weaving machine, shuttle machine and winding machine
Production Market
We sell to usa, Argentina, Venezuela, UK, spain, france and Australia
Our service
We provide 12 month quality guarantee after sales.
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website:http://www.cn-industry.com/

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