Zhejiang Wuyi Tea Co., Ltd., formerly known as Zhejiang Wuyi Tea Factory, was established after enterprise restructuring in April 1999. The company is located in shuangluting, Wuyi County, Zhejiang Province. The company has a plant area of 60000 square meters, a building area of 29644 square meters and an annual production capacity of more than 10000 tons. The company's leading products are "Jiulongshan" brand gunpowder tea, chunmee tea and other series of tea. The company is a provincial backbone agricultural leading enterprise integrating tea planting, processing and sales. The company has always attached great importance to the work of brand creation. The company's products are provincial famous agricultural products, and the company's "Jiulongshan" trademark is the city's famous trademark.
Evolution of company administrative organization
In 1976, Zhejiang Wuyi Tea Factory was established as a state-owned enterprise.
In April 1999, Zhejiang Wuyi Tea Industry Co., Ltd. was established after the enterprise restructuring. The company was jointly established by Hangzhou Hezhong Industrial Group Investment Co., Ltd., natural person Zheng Suping, Zhejiang Tea Import and Export Co., Ltd., and Wuyi County supply and Marketing Cooperative General Corporation of Zhejiang Province. The company implements the general manager responsibility system under the leadership of the board of directors, and Yimin Zhang is the chairman of the board.
In 2005, with the approval of the Ministry of Commerce, Zhejiang Wuyi Tea Co., Ltd. was established in Niamey, Niger, which is China Niger Jiulongshan tea and foreign trade sales company.
In August 2006, the shareholders changed, and the shareholders after the change were Suping Zheng and Yaping Zhang.
In March 2010, in order to provide better and faster sales and after-sales services for foreign customers such as Europe and the United States, the company invested 1.1 million US dollars to establish a subsidiary Jiulongshan Australia Co., Ltd. in Australia Melbourne city.
In June 2017, the shareholders changed, and the shareholders after the change were Suping Zheng, Yaping Zhang and Xin Zhang.