Guoguang Electric Co.,ltd.

Guoguang Electric Co.,ltd. favorite
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Guoguang Electric Company. Ltd (GGEC) was originally established as Guangzhou Guoguang Broadcast Equipment Factory in 1951, and later as Guangzhou Guoguang Acoustic Factory. On December 25, 1993, the company was purchased by management team from the Chinese government and became a private enterprise. On December 8, 1995, foreign investors increased the available capital and the company became Guoguang Electric Company, Ltd. or GGEC. In May 2005, GGEC became an IPO on Shenzhen Stock Exchange. Now GGEC stock is worth $ 46.8 million US dollars with total assets over $ 43 million US dollars.GGEC is dedicated to the design of electronic and audio products and is now one of the largest professional, systemical companies manufacturing audio products including Electro-acoustic accessories, speaker unit, speaker system, amplifier, lithium battery and so on. GGEC exports products to Europe, America, Japan, Hong Kong and other countries and regions around the world. The main customers include Harman and Hewlett-Packard in America, Logitech in Switzerland, Toshiba in Japan, Philips in Holland, and so on. The company can provide one-package service to customers who need driver components, speaker drivers, speaker systems and electronic amplifiers. GGEC is equipped with sixty-eight production lines for assembling drivers, speakers and PCBA, with a daily output of 350,000 drivers, 120,000 speakers and 30,000 PCBAs.GGEC is proud of its engineering strengths with over 300 R&D engineers and the first class anechoic chamber and acoustical test facility in Asia. All engineers are skilled in the use of design software such as Pro-E, Solidworks and Auto CAD. These engineers develop over 200 new products every year to meet customer requirements for many different applications. GGEC continually improves their quality control system. GGEC received ISO9001 certification in 1994, QS9000 in 2000, ISO14000 in 2003, and ISO/TS 16949 in November 2005.