Vice-Governor of Jiangxi Province visits H.C. Starck Tungsten

May 15, 2020

Wu Zhongqiong, the Vice-Governor of Jiangxi Province, China, visited H.C. Starck Jiangwu Tungsten in Ganzhou, China, a division of Germany’s H.C. Starck Group, on May 8, as one of the five key tungsten and rare earth companies in the region. 

Her visit was accompanied by Hu Juwen, the Deputy Mayor of Ganzhou City, Gao Shiwen, the Secretary of the Zhanggong District Committee and further local government representatives. The delegation was welcomed by Peter Zhang, General Manager of H.C. Stark Jiangwu Tungsten, and Zhou Shaobing, the CEO of H.C. Starck’s Chinese joint venture partner JXTC. 

“We are very satisfied with this visit as we’ve been able to demonstrate to the delegation our customer-centric strategy based on the reliable supply of high-quality powder and value-added services,” commented Zhang.

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