Yunnan Energy New Material Co., Ltd.

About Yunnan Energy New Material Co., Ltd.

Yunnan Energy New Material Co., Ltd. provides rubber and plastic products in China and internationally. The company is involved in the production, development, and sale of BOPP films, such as bidirectional stretch polypropylene cigarette packing, antibacterial tobacco, agricultural product packing, food and medicine packing, anti-light, thermal seal, and aluminum coating films, which are mainly used in cigarette packaging, food packaging, high-grade gift packaging, composite, adhesive tape base material, and other fields. It also develops packaging boxes for liquid beverages, including gable top packages, aseptic bricks, and aseptic sleeve packages, as well as cigarette labels; produces lithium-ion separator film products, including base and coating films; and produces, processes, and sells directly coated paper, laser transfer paper, aluminum spraying gold and silver card paper, liquid wrapping paper, coated composite paper, glass card paper, high-precision laser positioning transfer film, high-precision laser positioning bronzing electrochemical aluminum, special paper products, holographic anti-counterfeiting electrified aluminum, laser transfer anti-counterfeiting paper, direct plating paper, and other products. The company was formerly known as Yunnan Chuangxin New Material Co., Ltd. and changed its name to Yunnan Energy New Material Co., Ltd. in October 2018. Yunnan Energy New Material Co., Ltd. was founded in 2001 and is based in Yuxi, China.

002812.SZ China

174.12USD5.02 (-2.88%)

• At close Fri Sep 30 2022

Shenzhen exchange

Sector: Consumer Cyclical

Industry: Packaging & Containers

Location China, Yuxi

Grade: ABC

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