Monthly Archives: April 2015

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Safe is always our priority

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“After putting on the reflective vests issued by the company, it feels a lot safer riding home at night”. Said SupAnchor workers.
There are a lot of vehicles in the industrial park where SupAnchor Eastern and Western Plants are located, and the sight is worse for night riding. Considering the reflective vests of prominent visibility, they are able to draw the attention of the drivers so as to guarantee the personal safety of the workers on the way off work. These vests are required to be worn by the workers to protect them from accidents.
The reflective vests are welcomed by SupAnchor workers. “It can give the vehicle drivers an early warning putting it on, and the reaction period of time shall be increased thus the guarantee of our safety is enhanced once more”. said the workers.


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Happy Growing, Joyful Working

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“The youth are always the power source of SupAnchor’s further development.”
As a specialized self drilling anchor bolt manufacturer and exporter with broad perspective, SupAnchor cares about the growth of young staff as it cares about the backbone of SupAnchor, paying attention to their mental communication and physical ability cultivation.
On February 11th, a theme activity called Happy Growing, Joyful Working” was held in SupAnchor. Post 80s, 90s gathered together, shared their dreams and goals on work and life, and voiced their inner thoughts and occupational vision. The representative of post 70s played the role of “Sharing Tutor” in the activity. By sharing the learning, working and growing experience in SupAnchor, he encouraged the young people to keep studying, love studying, to devote themselves to SupAnchor’s sustainable development.
It was such a meaningful activity. It created an opportunity for SupAnchor to know about the young employees such as their state of mind, pressure of life, mental needs, etc. Understanding their needs helps company manage them sensibly and guide them perceptually.
Let’s be together, Happy Growing, Joyful Working!

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A Safe Driver

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Safety, as blood in SupAnchor, has flushed into the production and life of every member in the family.
In this winter season, we initiated “A Safe Driver” Project which included vehicle safety check and traffic safety education activities. Each self-drilling anchor producer and server in our Eastern, Western Plants and all the other departments have participated actively in the activities and converted the awareness and attitude formed in safety production into driving.
SupAnchor has been working on improving the safety performance of our products and has been devoted to enhancing the safety awareness and professional skills of employees, perfecting the cultivation environment for employees’ development, maintaining employees’ sustainable development and helping employees become a safer and happier “driver” in production and life.



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The adult panda, weighing about 200 to 300 pounds (90 to 140 kilograms), has a white heavy body, black legs, and a broad band of black across its shoulders. It has a massive round head, short snout, and small, round black ears. The panda has a white face with black patches around each eye. The panda usually grows to about 5 to 6 feet (1.5 to 1.8 meters) in length, measures 4 and a half feet high, and has a short tail. They have plantigrade feet, that is, both heel and toes make contact with the ground when walking, in a manner similar to humans.

Comparisions are being made between pandas and bears. In fact, some people called pandas “panda bears”. If you look at a panda, you may think that it is a bear; however, there are differences in skull structure, teeth and behavior that eliminate it from the bear species.


Pandas live in bamboo forests on upper mountain slopes of western and southwestern China. The size of their home range, when compared to the home ranges of bear species, is quite small. The panda’s home range, in general, will vary from 3.8 to 6.5 square kilometers, or 1.5 to 2.5 square miles; it shares its range with other pandas. Female pandas tend to stay in smaller ranges than males do. The female’s range is only about 30 to 40 hectares(75 to 100 acres), which is small in comparison with the male’s range which is larger and overlaps the home ranges of several females.

Pandas are found in mixed deciduous and evergreen mountain temperate forests. In these forests are bamboo and rhododendron plants, which grow in altitudes between 3,000 and 10,000 feet. Pandas naturally live in the grassy lands of China, staying in rocky places and in hollowed out trees. In the winter, the panda finds shelter in bamboo thickets; they also eat the bamboo. When warmer summer weather arrives, the pandas move up higher into the cold mountains.

Pandas lived near farms and valleys, until the farmers cut down the bamboo for farmland. Pandas eat lots of bamboo, plants, shrubs, trees, and leaves. They usually like to live alone, but when in captivity, they have to live with other pandas. The zoo keepers try to make their home as much like their natural environment as possible, but pandas would rather live alone.




Pandas spend most of their time by themselves. Most avoid direct contact with others of their own kind. At a stage in their life, pandas are forced to spend time with each other. In the spring, males and females must find each other in order to mate. In autumn, the females give birth to one cub which will live with her for the next 18 months or more.

Pandas usually avoid contact with each other in the wild. In their habitat, their coat helps make them conspicuous to each other, and prevents them from surprising one another by approaching too close to one another.

Pandas show their readiness to fight by lowering their heads to between their front legs, often hiding their eyes with their paws. This position is usually present in females during mating. Aggression is shown by a bark that would send an opponent scampering up the nearest tree.


Food Supply

Although the pandas will eat many different kinds of plants, 99% of their diet consists of bamboo leaves, stems, and shoots. Over fifteen different kinds of bamboo grow within the region.

Pandas can be very picky eaters.Pandas need a great deal of food to keep alive. They must eat great amounts of bamboo every day in order to get enough nutrition to survive. Every day they eat for 12 to 16 hours. Pandas will eat 10 to 18 kilograms (22 to 40 pounds) of bamboo leaves and stems each day. When consuming fresh bamboo shoots, their necessary intake rises to approximately 38 kilograms (84 pounds) every day. Occasionally, they catch and eat a small bird or mammal.

Life Cycle and Young


pandasFemale pandas do not normally mate until they are 5 to 7 years of age. Mating normally takes place in a manner similar to members of the dog family. Pandas breeding season takes place from March to May, then the baby pandas are born three to six months later, weighing only eighty-five to one hundred forty grams. The female panda gives birth once a year to one or two cubs. Panda cubs are very tiny, weighing only about 5 ounces (140 grams) at birth . Two cubs may be born from one mother at the same time, but only one will survive. The reason for this is because one baby panda alone requires a lot of care. Baby pandas grow in the first four to five years and usually stay with their mother for more than a year. They are blind when first born, but their eyes open after three weeks to a month. The mother panda usually spends about 12 hours per day feeding, staying with the cub 10 days without without feeding herself. Panda cubs are extremely vulnerable while the mother is away feeding on bamboo.


Pandas are rare today and are protected by law in China. In 1963, the first panda was exhibited in a zoo outside of China. Today, there are more than a dozen pandas in most zoos. Pandas can be seen in zoos in Washington D.C, Mexico City, London, Tokyo, Madrid, Paris, and Berlin. All pandas in zoos are given double names; this is a Chinese custom, which indicates affection. Scientists study the zoo pandas in hope to learn how to save wild pandas from extinction. There are only about 700 to 1000 pandas alive in the world today.


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Bauma In SupAnchor’s Eyes

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In the world largest International Trade Fair for Construction Machinery, Bauma China 2014, SupAnchor’s shadow was overlapping fast.
The Fair attracted 3,104 exhibitors from 41 countries, increased by 14% compared to 2012, and around 191,000 visitors from 149 countries, with an increasing rate of 12% of international audience.
Over the past two years, SupAnchor had grown into the largest Self Drilling Anchor Bolt Manufacturer and Exporter in Asia, completed construction of 3 “Sup” brand architecture (SupAnchor Self Drilling Anchor System, SupFRP Fiber Glass Rock Bolt System, and SupHulk Swell Friction Rock Bolt System), exported products to 50 countries, and reached total output of Self Drilling Anchor Bar 21,000,000 meters. Just like Bauma, SupAnchor was also stepping into a newly developing stage.

As we saw in Bauma, how the exhibitors put their hearts into work and showed all the audiences their individual business cultures delicately and creatively, we deemed Bauma as the epitome of an industry. In this community, everyone strived to be a good learner and creator with a more responsible attitude, opener thinking, and more accurate dialogue, and worked hard to build up a model. That was an enjoyable party for every participator to keep on sharing, learning and growing.
SupAnchor invites you to visit us and find out more on our growth and customerizable products.
SupAnchor shows you our own “Bauma” every day…..

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Birthday Party of the West Plant

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In order to strengthen the team cohesiveness and promote cultural development in the Company, the west plant of SupAnchor held a birthday party for 6 employees whose birth date were in November. All six employees came from various workshops or departments of the Company. The self introduction has drawn them closer to each other. The Company has also prepared fine birthday cards for the birthday people, who sang the birthday song, blew off the candles, cut the birthday cakes, and made their wishes together in a cheerful atmosphere. At last, the Company held a dinner party. In the dinner party, all colleagues spoke out freely, which enhanced their friendship.
A small event as it was, it has revealed the care and love of the Company for her employees. Such care has been seen everywhere in the Company, which has motivated employees’ love for their jobs, stimulated their passionate and enthusiastic attitude towards work, and hence drove everybody to work hard and grow together with the Company.
All SupAnchor’s achievements are the results of the hard work and dedication of all employees. In the future, SupAnchor will hold all kinds of birthday parties for celebrating employees’ birthdays each month so that they may feel the happiness and joy of being a family member!


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SupAnchor’s “Rhythm in London”

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With the combination of reliable anchor bolt production capacity, sufficient delivery plan, and accurate logistics service, SupAnchor is able to provide a shorter delivery period for customers. area in the east plant of SupAnchor became a fog city on November 22, 2014, and had the visibility of less than 15 meters. We must know that this is an important factory of SupAnchor for manufacturing self drilling anchor bolts. It is in this plant that 20,000 meters of anchor bars in all specifications are manufactured each day.
For the purpose of meeting the delivery term, SupAnchor launched a warning plan with the code name of “The Rhythm of London” prior to the arrival of the heavy fog. All workshops, quality inspection department, and transportation department have made swift reaction according to the weather forecast. All vehicles have arrived at the factory the night before the fog to start loading and transporting goods overnight. By the afternoon on the 22nd, when the heavy fog dispersed, the second fleet of trucks fully loaded with anchor bolts of all specifications drove to Shanghai port for meeting the needs of geotechnical engineering projects around the world.
With the combination of reliable anchor bolt production capacity, sufficient delivery plan, and accurate logistics service, SupAnchor is able to provide a shorter delivery period for customers.


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Go green: Railways to set up 26 MW windmill

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NEW DELHI: Railways, one of the biggest consumers of energy, is moving towards harnessing green power with a 26 MW windmill proposed to be built in Rajasthan.
The project, the biggest renewable energy initiative by the national transporter, is to be set up in Jaisalmer at a cost of Rs 150 crore and targeted to be completed in about nine months.
“We.. have to explore new and renewable sources of energ for our energy basket,” Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu said here today while announcing the project.
He pointed out that the Railways is one of the biggest consumers of energy and therefore, using even a small percentage of green energy by the national transporter, will make a substantial difference.
“Sustainability of environment is one of the biggest challenges being experienced by human being and the entire globe is struggling to find its solution. Harnessing green energy is one of the steps forward to address this challenge,” he said.
He was speaking while launching the windmill farm meant for generating electricity for the captive consumption of railways. It is being set-up by Railway Renewable Energy Management Company Limited (REMCL), a joint venture of Railways and it’s subsidiary RITES. The contract for this project was awarded by REMCL to INOX Wind Limited.
Prabhu said there is a need to change the energy mix so that long term dependence on fossil fuel can be reduced.
He asked the Railways to undertake a comprehensive and structured energy audit so as to ensure the best and optimal utilization of energy and also identify the energy saving potential.
Earlier, railways had established its first windmill plant of 10.5 MW capacity at a cost of about Rs 65 crore in Tamil Nadu in 2009. It has generated over 120 million units of electricity since its commission.
“We should harness solar energy also in a big way and design our stations and buildings in such a way that their local electricity needs can be met through solar system.
“In fact, all such new structures should have inherent provision for harnessing solar energy for their day-to-day needs,” the Railway Minister said, while noting that deserts of Rajasthan and Gujarat can be a good source of exploiting the solar energy.
He also pushed for a sustained effort to intensify energy conservation measures.
The electricity generated from such windmill plants will be purchased by Railways at CERC determined rates. The current tariff from windmill has been estimated to be Rs 6 per unit as against the average tariff of Rs 6.57 per unit.


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China, Brazil, Peru eye transcontinental S.American railway

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BRAILIA, J17, China, Brazil and Peru released a joint statement pledging concerted effots to build a railway which runs across the South American continent.
Latin America is rich in mineral resources and agricultural products, both of which play an important role in world trade. Meanwhile, the trade between China’s burgeoning economic and Latin American countries is becoming closer.
The transcontinental S.American railway can break the monopoly of the Panama Canal to the international logistics. Moreover, infrastructure network has profound significance to the economic development of Latin American countries. For China, it can also output railway equipment and technology to boost its export trade.