Metallurgical Corporation of China Limited history, profile and corporate video

   Metallurgical Corporation of China Limited is a metallurgical engineering and construction listed company headquartered in Beijing, China. It is a subsidiary of China Metallurgical Group Corporation (MCC), a Chinese state-owned enterprise engaged in ‘Four Sectors and Eight Types of Business’, taking engineering contracting, equipment manufacturing, resource development and real estate development as the ”sectors” and taking metallurgical engineering, high-end housing construction, mine construction and mine development, middle and high-end real estate, the infrastructure of transportation and municipal service, core technical equipment and MCC steel structure, environmental engineering and new energy and characteristic theme engineering as the “types of business”.

   From 1948, when it participated in the construction of Ansteel, the cradle of China’s iron & steel industry, to the construction of WISCO, Baogang Group, TISCO, Pangang Group, and Baosteel, MCC has undertaken the planning, design and construction of major production facilities of many large and medium iron and steel enterprises in China.

   In 1982, approved by the State Council, Metallurgical Construction Corporation of China (MCC) was established, affiliated to the Ministry of Metallurgical Industry.

   In December 2008, MCC Group set up the Metallurgical Corporation of China Ltd. (China MCC), which was successfully listed in Shanghai and Hong Kong stock exchanges in September 2009.

   As a conglomerate, China Metallurgical Group Corporation (MCC Group) is one of the world’s largest metallurgical construction contractors and operation service providers, one of China’s largest steel structure producers, and one of the main forces for China’s infrastructure construction.

   With more than 130 000 employees, Metallurgical Corporation of China Ltd. is considered one of the top 2000 largest public companies in the world, according to Forbes.

*Information from Forbes.com, Wikipedia.org, and /www.mcc.com.cn/mccen.

**Video published on YouTube by “lihan lu“.