MCC

MCC is the group parent company CJCY.


In 1982, the Metallurgical Construction Corporation of China was established, officially approved by the State Council and affiliated with the Ministry of the Metallurgical Industry. In December 2008, the MCC Group set up the Metallurgical Corporation of China Ltd. In September 2009, China MCC was successfully listed in Shanghai and Hong Kong.


The MCC Group is the largest and strongest contractor in metallurgical construction and service provider in metallurgical enterprise operations; one of the enterprises with major resources determined by the State; the steel production enterprise with the largest production capacity in China; one of the first 16 central enterprises with real estate development as its major business determined by the state; and the main force for the infrastructure construction of China. In the early stages of the opening-up and reform, it created the well-known 'Shenzhen speed'. In 2015, the Corporation ranked 326th in the 'Fortune 500' and 10th in the Top 250 international contractors list issued by the Engineering News Record (ENR).


From the construction of the cradle of the Chinese iron and steel industry Ansteel in 1948 to the construction of WISCO, Baogang, TISCO, Pangang, Baosteel and so on, the Corporation has undertaken the planning, investigation, design and construction of key facilities for the production of nearly all large and medium iron and steel enterprises in China, thereby making it the founder of the 'iron and steel backbones' of China.






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