Shijiazhuang Fluffier International Trading Co., Ltd.
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Shijiazhuang Fluffier International Trading Co., Ltd.(Hebei Huahai Admixture Co., Ltd.) a high-tech building chemical materials company and mainly supply: cement grinding aid, cement raw material, powdered dry mortar additive, wet-mixed mortar additive, concrete admixtures HPMC(hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose),RDP (redispersible emulsion powder ), HPS (hydroxypropyl starch ether) and PVA ( Polyvinyl alcohol powder ) and HPEG.

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  •  Engineers

    Engineers

    Up to now, with a complete quality monitoring facilities, having 17 engineers and 30 technical consultants.

  • Quality

    Quality

    Our Company is a reliable supplier of specifity chemicals with quality products which are supplied to major cement manufacturers in China for a considerable period of time.

  • Partner

    Partner

    Our business partner from Japan, South Korea, America,Saudi Arabia, India, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, Myanmar etc.

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  • 2015 2015

    We have been certificated by ISO9001: 2015 quality management system.

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    having 17 engineers and 30 technical consultants.

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    Our business partner from Japan, South Korea, America,Saudi Arabia, India, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, Myanmar etc.

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JK Lakshmi Cement and TARA to launch limestone calcined clay cement production

JK Lakshmi Cement has partnered with the Society for Technology and Action for Rural Advancement (TARA) to integrate calcined clay technology into its operations in order to commence production of ...
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Adbri sets new 2030 decarbonisation targets

Adbri has committed to reduce its cement’s CO2 emissions by 20%/t by 2030. WA Today News has reported that the company also aims to offset 100% of CO2 emissions from its electricity consumpti...
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