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BUILD A GLOBAL CENTURY-OLD BRAND

Tianjin Yuantai Derun Paipa Oloa Gaosi Vaega Co., Ltd., na faavaeina ia Mati 2002 ma e afua mai i le Tianjin Yuantai Alamanuia ma Fefaatauaiga Co., Ltd, o loo tu i le sili ona tele paipa-fale gaosi faavae-Daqiuzhuang sone alamanuia i Jinghai Tianjin e latalata i le China National Highway 104 ma le 205 ma e na o le 40 km le mamao mai le Tianjin Xingang Port. O le sili ona lelei nofoaga nofoaga lagolagoina le faigofie i le gataifale ma fafo felaʻuaiga.

  • 2002

    YuanTaiDeRun na fausia i le 2002

  • 500 gaosi oloa

    O le pito i luga o Saina gaosi oloa

  • 5 miliona tone

    O lona gaosiga gafatia e sili atu i le 5 miliona tone

  • FAʻAVAE MA FAʻAVAEINA O TUPE FAʻAVAE

    FAʻAVAE MA FAʻAVAEINA O TUPE FAʻAVAE

  • ERW Faʻapaipa Paipa

    ERW Faʻapaipa Paipa

  • GALVANIZED PIPE

    GALVANIZED PIPE

  • TUPE FAʻALEAGAGA

    TUPE FAʻALEAGAGA

  • PIPE LSAW

    PIPE LSAW

  • PIPI FAIGOFIE

    PIPI FAIGOFIE

  • PPGI COIL

    PPGI COIL

  • GI COIL

    GI COIL

  • STAINLESS STEEL TUBE / COIL

    STAINLESS STEEL TUBE / COIL

  • LINE PIPE&OCTG

    LINE PIPE&OCTG

Aisea filifili tatou
500
O le pito i luga o Saina gaosi oloa
20
20 tausaga o uamea paipa gaosiga poto masani
1
Tasi o le aufaʻavae o le atunuʻu tulaga
1
Le tele sikuea sikuea ma sikuea sikuea pisinisi gaosi
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  • Bird's Nest Stadium

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  • Faʻaaloalo Saina

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