Founded in 1966, China 19th Metallurgical Corporation (MCC19) is a large comprehensive construction enterprise and the only contractor in China which has ever independently and continually undertaken full-process metallurgical construction from mining to hot and cold rolling.
The first high-tech company to win a medal at an international skill competition, it is a wholly owned subsidiary of China Metallurgical Group Corporation (MCC), one of the Fortune 500 companies which are dual-listed in Shanghai & Hong Kong as Metallurgical Corporation of China Ltd.
Headquartered in the Land of Abundance-Chengdu, MCC19 has nine regional branch offices, nine professional branch offices, 10 domestic subsidiary companies and three overseas subsidiary companies. Its scope of business covers 30 provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions in China and more than 20 countries and regions in Asia, Europe, Africa, Oceania, and South America.
Over the past 50 years, MCC19 has participated in many important domestic engineering projects such as those of Panzhihua Iron & Steel Corporation, Wuhan Iron & Steel Corporation, China Baowu Steel Group, Kungang Group, Handan Iron & Steel Corporation, and Jisco.
MCC19 took an active part in the construction of expressway G76 and G85; the second circular elevated road in Chengdu, the relocation of and reconstruction of Dong Fang Turbine Co., Ltd.; indemnification housing in Lianhua village, Nanjing, Jiangsu province; Sanshayuan housing in Yinchuan, Ningxia Hui autonomous region; the Art Center in Fangchenggang, Jilin province; a road network in Chengdu Tianfu New Area, Sichuan province; and other municipal, housing and transportation engineering constructions such as the integrated corridor in Tiexin New City, Shenyang, Liaoning province.
The company also participated in many overseas projects such as the Duddar Lead-Zinc Ore Mining Project in Pakistan; the Ramu Nickel Project in Papua New Guinea; the China Supporting Kabul University Project in Afghanistan; the MR125 Road Project in Namibia; the Formosa Ha Tinh Steel Project in Vietnam; the Nickel and Iron Project on OBI Island in Indonesia; the Iron Ore Project on Maya Karimata Island in Indonesia; the Alliance Steel work in Malaysia and others.
MCC19's scope of business includes the energy industry, chemical industry, building materials, electric power, water conservancy, and non-ferrous metal.
(Executive editor: Hao Wen)