Kingboard Holdings Limited has established its first factory for the production of laminates since 1988. Up to now, there are more than 60 branch plants, and the scope of business has expanded from laminates to printed circuit boards, chemical products and domestic real estate. The Group continues to invest in plants and production facilities, coupled with excellent management team and vertical production strategy, effectively manage resources and enjoy the cost advantages brought about by capacity expansion, thereby expanding the Group's market share. Kingboard is the world's largest manufacturer of laminates, the largest manufacturer of printed circuit boards in China, and one of the leading suppliers of Chinese chemical products. The Group has successfully developed its domestic real estate business in recent years, forming a more diversified business development portfolio.
Kingboard Holdings was listed on Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing in 1993 and its subsidiary Kingboard Copper foil Holdings Limited was successfully spun off and listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange in December 1999. As part of its strategic expansion plan, the Group successfully acquired Ilyanda International Holdings Limited in November 2004. In 2006, the Group successfully spun off its laminate business and built laminates to be listed on the motherboard of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong. The joint venture natural gas methanol project between the Group and CNOOC Chemical in Hainan Island was successfully put into production in December 2006.
Today, Kingboard employs about 50000 people and has become a multinational company with an annual turnover of more than HK $30 billion. In May 2011, the Group was selected as the world's top 2000 listed companies by Forbes magazine for two consecutive years, and by Bloomberg Businessweek in May 2010.
CEO： Guorong Zhang
Market： Hong Kong motherboard
Listing Date： 10/08/1993