China Boton signs deal for intelligent manufacturing base.

China Boton signs deal for intelligent manufacturing base.
China Boton Group signs deal for new headquarters and manufacturing base in Huizhou, with an expected annual turnover of 10 billion yuan.

On the afternoon of December 21st, the 2022 Greater Bay Area Global Investment Conference was held in Guangzhou. The conference was jointly organized by the governments of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Macao, under the theme of "Investing in the Greater Bay Area, Creating a Better Future Together".

At the investment promotion conference, a total of 57 projects were signed with Huizhou, involving an investment amount of 117.961 billion yuan. Among them, the Boden Electronic Atomizer Headquarters and Intelligent Manufacturing Base project held a centralized signing ceremony on stage.

It is reported that this project is located in the Huizhou Zhongkai High-tech Zone and is a purely foreign-funded project (from Hong Kong). After reaching full production, it is expected to have an annual sales revenue of 10 billion yuan and an annual tax contribution of approximately 130 million yuan. The goal is to create a complete and large-scale electronic atomizer industry cluster that integrates research and development, production, branding, and sales.

The China Boton Group, formerly known as Shenzhen Boton Spice Co. Ltd., was founded in Shenzhen in 1991. The group went public on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 2005 (stock code: 3318.HK) and was the first company in China’s flavor and fragrance industry to do so. After years of operation and development, it has now become a large, modern corporate group that encompasses four core businesses: flavor and fragrance industry, electronic atomizer industry, health industry, and industrial park operation management.

Currently, the group owns over 20 subsidiary companies including Shenzhen Bodun Spice Co. Ltd, Dongguan Bodun Spice Co. Ltd, and Bodun (Indonesia) Spice Co. Ltd. They have established technological and environmentally friendly production bases in Shenzhen, Dongguan, Hubei, Yunnan, Jiangxi, and Huizhou, with business operations covering major provinces and cities across China such as Guangdong, Jiangxi, Hubei, Fujian, Henan, Anhui, Guizhou, and Tibet. They have also expanded their business to Southeast Asia, South Africa, the Middle East, Eastern Europe, and North America.

This document has been generated through artificial intelligence translation and is provided solely for the purposes of industry discourse and learning. Please note that the intellectual property rights of the content belong to the original media source or author. Owing to certain limitations in the translation process, there may be discrepancies between the translated text and the original content. We recommend referring to the original source for complete accuracy. In case of any inaccuracies, we invite you to reach out to us with corrections. If you believe any content has infringed upon your rights, please contact us immediately for its removal.