From March 1st to 3rd, the “2022 Chinese Building Materials Enterprises Development Forum and Launch Event for Activities related to the Top 500 Chinese Building Materials Enterprises”, sponsored by the China Building Materials Enterprise Management Association, were held in Haikou. There were more than 500 people in attendance, including members of the China Building Materials Federation, senior management from famous cement conglomerates, specialists and academics from colleges, universities and research institutions, building materials enterprises and press delegates.
Titled “New Journey, New Mission and New Deeds”, this forum focused on the methods and actions required to achieve proper orientation, self-improvement, transformation, upgrading and risk mitigation within the building materials industry in this new era. It took the form of a symposium, with a number of interviews and exchanges of ideas.
During the forum, the China Building Materials Enterprise Management Association released its list of “2022 Top 100 Chinese Building Materials Enterprises”, which included Nanjing High Speed & Accurate Gear (Group) Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of NGC.
Drive system solutions for the building materials industry
NGC, thanks to its innovation and adherence to lean management principles, launched a series of gearboxes with higher drive density and efficiency and more advanced technology, in order to meet the cement industry requirements for energy conservation and emissions reductions. The NGC MGDS series permanent magnet-gear drive systems launched in 2021 are popular products in the cement industry, among which the bucket elevator has been highly recognized by many customers due to its energy conservation, environmental friendliness and low noise.
As a world-famous power transmission enterprise, NGC upholds its mission of “Geared for a Better Future”, facilitating high-quality industry development through continuous innovation, providing customers with cost-effective products and system solutions, “saving time, energy and worry” for users and building a mutually beneficial long-term development strategy!