Grand Opening of Technical & Logistics Centre of Shini Group in USA

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Suwanee, April 4, 2014 – Shini Plastics Technologies, LLC, a subsidiary of Shini Group, celebrated the opening of its new America headquarters and Technical & Logistics Center in Gwinnett County, Georgia.

“Shini is always devoted to offering convenient ‘one-stop’ service to customers and thus constantly expands the domestic and foreign production base and service center. Technical & Logistics Center of Shini Group in USA, also known as Shini ATL-Automation,  is mainly for offering service to automation robot and hot runner businesses. It will make it more convenient for customer training, technology support and product application.” said Cathy Wu, General Manager of Shini ATL-Automation.

During the opening ceremony, we are pleased to have some honor guests from TECO, SPI, Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce, City of Suwanee, Gwinnett County and State of Georgia and these distinguished guests including Steven Tai, Director General of TECO, David Wang, Director of Economic Division, Michael Sun,  Director of Chinese Cultural Center, Albert Chang, Director of TECO, Jace Brooks, Gwinnett County Commissioner,Nick Masino, Sr. Vice President of Economic Development Partnership Gwinnett, Jimmy Burnette,  Mayor of Suwanee, Stella Xu, Director for China Initiatives, Global Commerce & Tourism, J.A. Lewellen, SPI Director of Key Accounts, John L. Padgett, Chairman, Georgia Republican Party were attending the event.

The Ceremony Guests.

Nick Masimo, Senior Vice President, Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce.

Kenny Wu, President of Shini Group.

Suwanee Mayor Jimmy Burnett.

L-R: Steven Tai, Director General of TECO Atlanta, John Padget, Chairman of Georgia Republican Party, Albert Tseng, TECO Atlanta.

Cathy Wu, General Manager of Shini USA TLC.

Inventory and Robots Demo Area.