The Shanghai-based company last year manufactured 30 million kilometers in cable core and posted net earnings of 415 million Yuan Renminbi (US$67 million) on sales of RMB4.9 billion ($790 million). It has net assets of RMB1.5 billion ($243 million) and 400 staff.
R Clark, User Rank: Blogger 8/5/2014 | 10:25:41 PM
Re: A dozen years..? The parent company Yangtze Communications was founded in 1996, but YOFC go back just to 2002. Yangtze Communications has dozens of full- and part-owned subsidiaries.
Shanghai Bell is really the only one telecoms vendor 30 years ago who are still with us today. The shared shareholding with Shanghai Bell (China Huaxin) is one of the interesting things about this company.
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