CITIC HIC commenced business in 1958. After more than 50 years of evolution and development it has become a significant global supplier of mining and cement equipment. The works of CITIC HIC are located in Luoyang, China.
CITIC HIC produces over 200,000 tons of quality equipment annually. Our products include grinding, crushing, hoisting, scrubbing, gearing, power generation, research and development. The factory at Luoyang covers more than 3 million square meters, of which 2 million square meters is under cover. It has a total workforce of approximately 10,000 of which more than 1,200 are engineers.
CITIC HIC produces quality products including casting, forging, heat treatment, machining, fabrication, unit assemblies, electric and hydraulic control systems. We encourage you to visit our impressive works. CITIC HIC has offices in Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, India, South Africa and Spain.
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