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Henan Liming Heavy Industry Ciencia y Tecnología Co. LTD, fue fundada en 1987,que principalmente fabrica equipos detrituracionesymoliendas grandes y medianas. Se trata de una moderna empresa con la investigación, fabricación y ventas juntos. La matriz se encuentra enla zona HI-TECH Industry Development de Zhengzhou y cubiertas 80.000 m ².

No.169, Science (Kexue) Avenue,
National HI-TECH Industry
Development Zone,

Zhengzhou, China
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