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JinYi Machinery Meeting Challenge With Innovation for Over 30 Years

SHANGHAI, Aug. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- JinYi Machinery started up in the early eighties as a producer of textile equipment. It started to manufacture non-woven machinery in 1994.

Initially, JinYi Machinery was engaged in designing and producing equipment for unit machines, such as carding machines, openers, feeding machines. With a diversification of products favored by customers, methods that JinYi used and the technology developed became more and more mature.

Today, JinYi Machinery boasts rich experience in designing, installation and commissioning processing based on customers' needs. JinYi can manufacture a variety of non-woven machines and production lines. In our development, JinYi's market covers almost every province and exports have been increasing from year to year.

A background of sensitivity to customer's needs

Producing high-quality products at a profit can be a difficult challenge whether you're making unit machines or production lines. JinYi Machinery understands clients' problems well and the opportunities that comes along with them. JinYi's primary goal is to understand what clients are trying to accomplish and work on it to the end.

JinYi Machinery's representative products are:

1.Various types of carding equipment of 1-2.5 meters' width and with models of single or double cylinders, single, double or three-doffers structure. Waste spinning carpet production equipment, non-glue cotton production lines, hot rolling production line, acupuncture production line, polyester wadding production line, bedding production line and the production line of high-quality stand-alone. JinYi machinery has extensive experience in the design, production, installation and commissioning of non-woven machines. Products can also be customized according to customer requirements.

2. Processing equipment: a large planer; gantry milling; Taiwan vertical machining centers; gantry machining center of each one. Lathe class has 61160, 61190, 6163 other large equipment, the largest diameter work pieces up to 1,900 millimeters, length up to 10 meters or more, vertical lathe largest diameter up to 5 meters. Company to undertake various machining operations, strict internal management, complete with product development, design, manufacturing, service, a set of capabilities.

Customers please visit http://www.jinyimachinery.com for more information.

Sales philosophy:

To achieve customer value as the core, to provide caring service, to form strategic alliances with customers, JinYi believes that the key to market success in the future is twofold:

  1. Providing customers with value-added products and services
  2. Cooperation and collaboration

Market philosophy:

Speed ​​is life!

Customers' continued trust is our highest honor!

What JinYi pursues is not a short-term trading relationship, but a long-term strategic partnership with customers.

Philosophy of capital management:

Integrating and recycling the advantages of resources. Only under a sound management and strategic concept can working capital fully exert its energy and power. JinYi's ideal is to contribute for the development of industry and society through resource integration.

Management philosophy:

Respect for humanity, focusing on performance

JinYi hope to establish a human-oriented management system, to create a perfect living and working environment for our employees and to help to realize their full value. Jinyi has built up a favorable and clear performance management system, which enables it to better manage employees' performance.

Contacts:

Peter
Mobile: +86-18912377200
Email: yx79oasis@gmail.com / yxoasis@163.com
Web: http://www.jinyimachinery.com/ 

SOURCE ChangZhou JinYi Machinery Co., Ltd

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