Fu Ling: Making friends in Pennsylvania, USA


On May 26, 2016, the chairman of the company, Ms. Jiang Guilan, and the CEO, Mr. Hu Xinfu, attended the American Fuling celebration in Allenton, Pennsylvania, USA. ) President and CEO Don Cunningham and other guests and local American media attended the event and visited the Fuling American factory. 

Don Cunningham, president and executive officer of the Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation (LVEDC), expressed his welcome to Fuling's local investment and development, and said: Fuling is a Chinese company developing and investing in Pennsylvania. one of. He added: "We developed a personal friendship, and now I look at it like we made a choice together. Pennsylvania's top leadership also sees the relationship with China as a very important relationship."

"Good communication and attentiveness are key points in any relationship, so we will continue to help build and expand Fuling in Pennsylvania," said Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor Mike Stack.

The factory in Fuling, USA started production in 2015. It is a highly automated factory, creating 75 jobs for the local area, employing local talents, and will soon realize that the factory will be able to operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week without interruption. production target. So far, the U.S. factory in Fuling has produced straws that can circle the earth twice, and each of the 12 machines can produce 500 straws per minute.

Thelma is one of the local employees of the Fuling US factory and has been working in the company since October 2015. Before entering Fuling, she worked part-time in a fruit packing company. She said now she can earn enough to support her family and enjoy the work environment.

Kevin Monahan, director of Fuling's US factory, believes that Fuling has great potential in the United States. He said: "My work goal is to make Fuling very successful in the United States, this is one of Fuling's factories in the United States, and there will be more in the future. I want to be involved in building these projects and want to see what we can put this project to what extent."