December 10, 2018

Satake's Suzhou factory celebrates 20th anniversary in China

In 1980's China, most rice milling factories were not automated, Satake established the sales office in Beijing to sell fully automated rice milling machinery.

Satake Manufacturing (Suzhou) Co., Ltd. was established in order to manufacture and sell rice and flour milling machinery along with optical sorters in 1997 due to a growing demand for Satake products.

Satake's Suzhou factory 20th anniversary
Image credit: Satake

The factory was extended in 2004 to expand the export to Asia, Europe, USA and Africa, and now acts as the core factory among Satake group. Sales offices were established in Harbin, Jiamusi, Changchun, Shenyang, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Xian, Wuhan in addition to Suzhou to expand sales in China.

General Manager, Chen Kefei said, "The Suzhou Factory marked its 20th anniversary on November 12th, the circumstances surrounding us and demand from our customers have significantly changed but we celebrate our anniversary due to the support of our customers and administrative agencies. Our original aims remain undiminished."

The Suzhou Factory looks forward to continued development and to celebrating its 50th anniversary by building on its technical and service advantages gained by offering rice processing machinery from rice field to table.

For more information visit the Satake website, HERE.

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