Liugong Is Named One of WEF’s Global Growth Companies

LiuGong was the only one in China's construction machinery industry on the list.

Fri October 03, 2014 - National Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

The World Economic Forum announced its selection of Global Growth Companies (GGCs) in Tianjin, China. LiuGong, along with 12 of the region’s most dynamic and high-growth companies, was the only one in China’s construction machinery industry on the list. Yu Chuanfen, president of LiuGong, was invited to attend the event.

GGCs are fast-growing companies with the clear potential to become global economic leaders. The 14 nominated GGCs from China represent a broad cross section of industrial sectors, but share in common a track record in exceeding industry standards in revenue growth, promotion of innovative business practices and demonstration of leadership in corporate citizenship. These companies are considered trailblazers, shapers and innovators that are committed to improving the state of the world.

For more than 55 years, LiuGong has taken a series of actions in its globalization strategy, demonstrating its confidence and commitment, resulting in its ranking as the 20th largest construction equipment manufacturer in the world. In the future, LiuGong will remain confident and stick to its global market strategy with smart thinking and long term plans, continuously improving product quality, and providing excellent service and support both in China and around the globe.

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