Tiger Machine

Tiger wants to grow in China

Tiger Machine, manufacturer of machinery and equipment for the production of concrete products, will continue to grow in China. This has now been announced by the management of the company headquartered in the Japanese city of Okayama. By 2015, Tiger Machine will triple the sales volume.

An important step towards the said goal was taken by the start-up of a new factory in Tianjin, a major city in the north of China with a population of about 15 million people, one year ago. The premises of the new factory covers an area of 26,000 m², with 11,500 m² being used for production halls and...

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