TTCM China awarded three contracts to supply pipeline in Szechuan Province

July 16, 2005
Leading supplier of glass-reinforced plastic pipes signs $1.2 million in contracts to supply 0.5-3 meter diameter high-pressure water pipelines. The pipelines are being supplied and installed for Chong Qing Development Pipeline line construction, Chong Qing University Town Pipeline project and Chong Qing Shipping Industrial Park Pipeline Project...

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA, July 15, 2005 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- TTCM China Inc., a leading supplier of glass-reinforced plastic pipes, announced the signing of three major contracts to supply 0.5M diameter to 3M diameter high-pressure water pipelines.

The total value of the contracts is US$1,209,190. The high-pressure water pipelines are being supplied and installed for Chong Qing Development Pipeline line construction, Chong Qing University Town Pipeline project and Chong Qing Shipping Industrial Park Pipeline Project.

TTCM's special pipeline can sustain the pressure of 3.2 Mpa, the highest among reinforced glass steel water pipelines.

"This is the beginning of entering a new market for TTCM." said Wang, chairman of TTCM. "This contract not only brings additional revenue to TTCM, but also opened up a new channel and broadened the applications of TTCM product."

Founded in 1995, TTCM's core business is the production, processing and sale of glass-reinforced plastic pipes wrapped with sand inclusion and glass-reinforced plastic products. Its primary products include various types of regular and high-pressure pipes, fittings, round containers, cooling towers, and fans. The Company is also engaged in the development and production of new high polymer synthetic material.

On the international market, TTCM has established business relationships with buyers in Singapore, Kuwait, Iraq, Afghanistan, and South Africa, developing valuable technical exchanges and opportunities for TTCM to expand internationally.

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