Wuxi Taiji industry Co., Ltd., located in Yangtze River Delta Economic Development Zone, besides the beautiful Lake Taihu, is a state holding enterprise owning most updated techniques and equipments and reaching revenues of 4 billions in RMB. The main businesses covered semiconductor packaging assembly and test, chemical fibers, tire cord fabrics and conveyor belt fabrics.
Wuxi Taiji industry Co.,Ltd., grew out of the Wuxi General Synthetic Fiber Factory which at the end of 1987 was combined by Wuxi No.1 (founded in 1966) and No.2 Synthetic Fiber Factory. In 1993 the company was listed on Shanghai Stock Exchange, becoming the first listing company in Jiangsu province (stock abbreviation "Taiji Industry", code: 600667).
Under the Taiji Industry, there are wholly owned subsidiaries of Jiangsu Taiji Industry New Materials Co., Ltd, Wuxi Taiji International Company Ltd., controlling subsidiaries of Taiji Semiconductor (Suzhou) Co., Ltd., Taiji Microelectronics (Suzhou) Co., Ltd. and Hitech Semiconductor (Wuxi) Co., Ltd.. The company passed certifications of ISO14001:2004 Environmental Management System, OHSAS18001:2007 Occupational Health and Safety Management System, TS16949 and ISO9001 Quality Management System, and was authorized to do import and export operations.
Taiji has two major businesses: semiconductor post processing and chemical fibers. The semiconductor post processing business involves in IC chips probe test, packaging assembly, packaging test, module assembly and test. The chemical fiber business include polyester industrial yarn (annual outputs of 36000 tons), dipped conveyor belt fabric (15000 tons per year), and dipped tire cord fabric (25000 tons per year) etc.
Taiji has excellent credit, being rated grade 2A by China major banks over the years, and class-A tax paying credit.
Looking to the future, Taiji aims to be an excellent listing company, returns to the shareholders, to the customers and to the employees by continuous optimization and upgrading. We will build the first class enterprise as industry diversification, trade internationalization, scale intensity and management modernization.