COMPANY

HISTORY

Establishment Started in 1980, Chung Pak was set up by a group of experts in battery production. During the early stage of development, the company was very small scale with only 7 staffs in our 3,000 square feet's factory at Yau Tong Bay .

The symbol of Chung Pak in green CP Evergreen Tree has acknowledged its pioneer status in the industry as the importance of and the commitment made to environmental friendly in the past 25 years. In this beginning stage, the company specialized in producing button cell. The scale of production was 1 to 2 million pieces per month. The target customer was producers of electronic watches and toys.


Development


The second stage of development began with the introduction of the production of Zinc Chloride Battery. By 1990, with the advancement in the skills and technology in production, the production speed reached 1.5 million pieces per month. By 1995, it could reach ten million pieces and its business was growing steadily.

Although the political instability of China in 1989 and the subsequent withdrawal of many foreign investments, Chung Pak increased investment in China , which constructed the modernize factories on the area of 70 hectares, and employed more than 100 experts in Henggang, Shenzhen.

In 1992, with the maturation of the production of Extra Heavy Duty Zinc Chloride battery, Chung Pak imported a fully automated production line of AA size battery from Japan . Its production speed is ten million pieces per month. This decision not only allowed the company to gain much managerial knowledge but also led to reform administrative system as well as institutional structure.

With our repeated efforts to improve our production and management systems, Chung Pak incurred huge investments both in China and Hong Kong . The head office in Hong Kong is located in the 7 storey Chung Pak Commercial Building in Yau Tong Bay , employing about 100 staffs. Investments in China reached HK$4 billion, with workers amounted to 2,500. In addition, there were 30 workers coming from the Hong Kong head office to the China factory.

In 1997, Shunde Plant was set up and the Zinc Chloride battery production line was transferred from Henggang to Shunde. And the Henggang was dedicated to produce Nickel Metal Hydride battery and Button Cell.

Stepping into the year of 2000, one of our major tasks is cost effectiveness, for example, reducing operational cost, increasing efficiency, minimizing security risk, reducing stock level of both material and products, etc. Under tight control in cost and monitoring in product quality, our batteries became highly competitive in the oveseas markets. Furthermore, Chung Pak incurred enormous investment on the development of new product Lithium Polymer. The act was not only to be in line with the hi-tech development of electronic communications devices, but also denoted the pioneer position of Chung Pak in the industry.

Looking forward to our 25th Anniversary, we will be dedicated investing in environmental products and researching in safety production environment continuously. Vinnic’s brand products of alkaline button cell, no mercury, and no cadmium, are the evidence of its effort in environmental business.

 

In 2012, in order to cope with the international brand position, we will elevate our Chinese’s brand to “ Vinnic “!

Prospect


Chung Pak strvies to be the Green Enterprise as our slogan Green Power for a Better Environment'. We continue to develop environmentally safe and quality products for our customers in accordance with environmental policies.

HEAD OFFICE

Chung Pak Battery Works Limited

7/F Chung Pak Commercial Building, 2 Cho Yuen Street, Yau Tong Bay Kowloon, Hong Kong

Tel: (852) 2717 1338
Fax: (852) 2772 7727
Email: cpgsales@chungpak.com
cpgmktg@chungpak.com


Guang Dong Factory

Chung Pak (Guang Dong) Battery Industrial Co Ltd

Gan Cun Section, Fo Chen Road, Chen Cun County, Shun De District, Fo Shan City, Guang Dong Province, China

Postcode: 528 314
Tel: (86 757) 23312338
Fax: (86 757) 23312339
Email : cpgsales@chungpak.com


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