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about shingeSun

Deeply rooted in the core area of Suzhou industrial park, ShingeSun has been focusing on precision metal processing services since its establishment in 2006.

After years of continuous development, ShingeSun has now developed into a modern enterprise with an area of 60,000 square meters and more than 1,650 employees. We have set up overseas sales representative offices in the United States and Singapore and will set the third manufaturing site in Malaysia in 2024.

ShingeSun has obtained more than 180 patents and our products are widely used in mobile phones, computers, 5G, new energy vehicles, smart wearables, smart sports equipment and other fields. We have successfully established cooperation with world well-known enterprises, such as Apple, PMI, Cisco, Sony, Wacom and have won the trust and recognition of customers for our excellent quality, innovative technology and first-class service.

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