Prepainted Galvanized coils of Ppgi Coils

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3ProductionHot rolled,cold rolled
5.Coating materialOil-based paint,pvc resin paint,natural resin paint,acrylic paint,
phenolic resin paint,polyester paint,asphalt paint,epoxy paint,etc.
7.PackageStandard export package.
8.Container size20ft GP:5898MM(Length)*2352mm(Width)*2393mm(High)
40ft GP:12032mm(Length)*2352mm(Width)*2393mm(High)
40ft HC:12032mm(Length)*2352mm(Width)*2393mm(High)
9.Price itemEXW,FOB,CIF,CFR,CNF,etc.
10.Export toAmerica,Australia,Brazil,Canada,Iran,India,Turkey,Peru,
Thailand,United Kingdom,etc.
Mill test certificate is supplied with shipment,
Third part inspection is acceptable.
12.DeliveryNormally according to the order quantity or upon negotiation.
13.ContactIf you have any question,please feel free to contact me.

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· Industry experience over 20 years.

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· Finished Product Inventory-More Than 500 Tons.

· Raw Material inventory -Over 800 Mertic Tons.

· Shipment of goods -More than 30 countries worldwide.

· We have the most convenient transport and prompt delivery.

· We offer competitive price with best service .

· We have high technical production line with top quality products.

· We have win high reputation based on best quality products.

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