All GJJ articles

  • GJJ's stand at Bauma China
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    GJJ to introduce mast climbers in China

    2014-11-27T06:14:00Z

    Manufacturer will build an RMB 1 billion (US$ 162.6 million) factory in China to produce mast climbers, a product that is in its infancy in the country

  • GJJ's new factory in Tianjin, China
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    GJJ opens new factory

    2013-04-02T09:58:00Z

    Chinese hoist and tower crane manufacture GJJ opened its new factory on 29 March, 2013

  • Mr Wang Hua Long, president of GJJ (left), with Mr Liu Yue Jin, GJJ’s general manager.
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    GJJ plans assembly plants in India and Brazil

    2012-12-20T10:38:00Z

    China's largest hoist manufacturer continues export investment with plans for two assembly plants in 2013.

  • Following its debut at the November 2010 Bauma China show in Shanghai the first prototype of the 2,0
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    The Chinese crane industry is entering a "golden age"

    2011-01-25T09:53:00Z

    While tens of thousands of new truck cranes a year are sold in China there is big news at the upper end of the lifting capacity scale. Domestic manufacturers are also increasing production capacity

  • Mr Wang Hua Long, president of GJJ.
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    GJJ to build hoist and tower crane assembly plant in Dubai

    2010-11-24T14:24:00Z

    Chinese hoist and tower crane manufacturer GJJ is to establish an assembly facility in Dubai for hoists and tower cranes by the middle of next year. The facility will also be used as a regional base for sales and rental activities.

  • Mr Wang Hua Long, president of GJJ.
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    GJJ to build hoist and tower crane assembly plant in Dubai

    2010-11-24T14:24:00Z

    Chinese hoist and tower crane manufacturer GJJ will establish an assembly facility in Dubai for hoists and tower cranes by the middle of next year. The facility will also be used as a regional base for sales and rental activities

  • Sunward's founder and general manager, Mr He Qinghua; “Sunward has a long term ambition to be an int
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    China calls: IRN's Murray Pollok talks to five Chinese equipment manufacturers.

    2009-10-15T17:14:00Z

    Have you considered buying Chinese construction equipment? Perhaps now is a good time to think about it. Murray Pollok reports from China where he visited five local manufacturers.

  • Mr Xu Shugen founded aerial platform and material handling manufacturer Zhejiang Dingli Machinery Co
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    View from China: Murray Pollok reports on the country's growing access industry.

    2009-08-11T10:13:00Z

    Chinese access equipment manufacturers are starting to make a name for themselves outside of their domestic market. Murray Pollok, Managing Editor of Access International, travelled to China and visited three of them – boom and scissor producers Dingli and Beijing JingCheng, and hoist specialist GJJ.

  • GJJ's founder, co-owner and president, Mr Wang Hua Long.
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    GJJ plans massive supply chain, production plant in Tianjin

    2009-06-10T14:44:00Z

    Despite a faltering export market, Chinese hoist and tower crane manufacturer GJJ is continuing to boost its production capacity with an ambitious three-year plan to build a massive supply chain centre and manufacturing plant in Tianjin close to Beijing.

  • Sunshine Enterprise in the US will supply 90 Chinese-made Baoda hoists to Australia's Verticon.
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    Verticon switches to Sunshine/Baoda hoists

    2008-10-14T09:57:00Z

    Australian tower crane and construction hoist rental company Verticon is to add 90 Chinese-built Baoda hoists to its fleet over the next three years. The company will source the units from Baoda’s US importer, Memphis-based Sunshine Enterprise, Inc.

  • Kyle Lewis, founder and president of Lewis Equipment, with GJJ's general manager, Lui Yue Jin.
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    Lewis invests in GJJ

    2008-06-19T14:04:00Z

    Lewis Equipment, the Grand Prairie, Texas-based hoist and tower crane specialist, now has 250 GJJ hoists in its US fleet and is expanding its links with the Chinese manufacturer through sales in New Zealand and Australia.

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    New rack-and-pinion equipment

    2008-06-19T13:58:00Z

    It has been relatively quiet for new mast climbing equipment since the numerous launches made at the World of Concrete earlier this year. However, CAMAC in Spain has launched a new hoist, the Eurolift, as well as a smaller hoist, called Smart, for use with tube scaffolding

  • Mr Wang Hua Long, GJJ president (left) with Mr Liu Yue Jin, the company's general manager and chief
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    Two worlds

    2008-03-19T11:37:00Z

    China's GJJ and The Netherland's Raxtar are quite different companies, but both are hoping to make a bigger impression in the world's hoist markets. Murray Pollok spoke to the companies at the recent Bauma exhibition. Plus, new hoist and mast climbers from Bauma and applications reports from around the world.