Company profile

  • The China Steel Machinery Corporation (CSMC) is a member of China Steel Corporation (CSC) Group.

    As a CSC investee, the CSMC was established on September 20, 2001 by taking over the heavy equipment mill assets and business of former Taiwan Machinery Manufacturing Corporation (TMMC). By integrating TMMC’s professional technology and excellent equipment and CSC’s robust business administration knowhow and resources, we have become an engineering-based company with heavy equipment mills (including casting, thermal treatment, cold welding, machining, assembly, and testing) and a heavy cargo terminal at Wharf 74 of the Port of Kaohsiung. Currently, the amount of our authorized capital is NT$1,600,000,000.

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  • Technology-Oriented CSMC

    We are capable of manufacturing professional heavy equipment for special products, such as bogie frames, armored car bodies, cranes, reheating furnaces, special castings, continuous ship unloaders (CSU) and handling systems, and steel and iron equipment. Our services cover design, manufacture, assembly, civil engineering, steel structure, on-site installation, commissioning, and inspection and repair. We have accumulated years of rich experience from CSC expansion projects, large modification projects, track works, urban large pumping station projects, and military vehicle manufacture. We have also passed the certification of the ISO 9001:2005 QMS, ISO 3834.2:2005 QMS for welding; OHSAS18001:2007 occupational health and safety management system, CNS 15506:2011, ASME S (boiler), U (pressure containers), U2 (high-pressure container), and NB&R Stamp.

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  • CSMC Top Quality Policy

    Committed to becoming a quality engineering management professional, a specialist supplier of global heavy equipment, and a trusted partner, we set “Best Products for Clients” as our top quality policy. Besides coordinating with CSC’s internationalization and diversification of business operations, we combine the resources of Japanese manufacturers to enter the overseas markets. We will continue to strengthen our capacity in engineering design, planning, and integration to provide customers with quality services and outstanding products.

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Business Performance

Business and financial performance will directly affect the profit of shareholders and income of employees. Only steady and robust financial performance can secure the foundation for sustainable development. We are committed to increasing profit and creating value-added benefits to balance the interests between shareholders and employees and pursue sustainable corporate development. The 2020 revenue is NT$6.598 billion, with a target achievement rate of 99.97%. The amount of business turnover of 2020 is NT$6.702 billion. Following CSC’s development and growth, the CSMC progressively engages in engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) services for large projects, infrastructure projects, and specialized products.

Team

Management Team

  • President (act on behalf of Chairman of the Board) Chia-Chi Chang

    President (act on behalf of Chairman of the Board)

    Chia-Chi Chang

    Education

    • MBA degree from National Sun Yat-sen University.
      Bachelor of Science in Marine Engineering from National Taiwan Ocean University.

    Experience

    • Director of Facilities Section, China Steel.
      Chief of Facilities and Public Equipment of Overhaul Workshop.
  • Administration VP Cheng-Tien Yu

    Administration VP

    Cheng-Tien Yu

    Education

    • Master of Civil Engineering from National Cheng Kung University.

    Experience

    • Superintendent of Civil Engineering & Construction Shop, Plant Engineering & Maintenance Dept. , China Steel.
  • Production VP Hsin-Fa Li

    Production VP

    Hsin-Fa Li

    Education

    • EMBA degree from the National Sun Yat-sen University.
      Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from National Cheng Kung University.

    Experience

    • Section Chief of Coking Technology and Equipment, China Steel.
Milestones

Milestones

  • The CSMC was awarded the certificate of utility model patent M581074 for the “rolling stock stepping board device” from the Ministry of Economic Affairs.

    July 2019
  • Successfully developed the offshore wind turbine connection tower and transition piece (TP) for offshore wind foundations through localization.

    February 2019
  • Increased authorized capital to NT$1,600,000,000.

    January 2019
  • The CSMC was awarded the certificate of utility model patent M581074 for the “rolling stock stepping board device” from the Ministry of Economic Affairs.

    July 2019
  • Successfully developed the offshore wind turbine connection tower and transition piece (TP) for offshore wind foundations through localization.

    February 2019
  • Increased authorized capital to NT$1,600,000,000.

    January 2019
  • Added the deputy chief position to the Taichung Engineering Section and the deputy director position to the Cold Welding Shop to strengthen the current organization structure. Adjusted the workforce organization of Project III Section by adding the Track Work and Pumping Station Technical Team to increase business advantages.

    September 2018
  • Passed the inspection of the manufacturing equipment for “900MT General Gantry Cranes,” “40MT General Overhead Travelling Cranes and Steelmaking Cranes,” and “30.1MT Jib Cranes” of the Kaohsiung Labor Standards Inspection Office.

    June 2018
  • Completed the modification of 9 formations of EMU500 in TRA’s EMU optimization project for use as Kaohsiung-Pingtung commuter trains, earning the recognition of both the client and citizens.

    April 2018
  • Awarded a trophy of appreciation for enthusiastic service by the Taiwan Casting Industry Association.

    February 2018
  • Established the CSMC Labor Union.

    November 2018
  • Awarded the “Excellent Enterprise” award in the 2018 Arms Industry Authorized for Deferred Call Evaluation.

    January 2018
  • Completed the certification of three quality management systems (QMS): ISO 9001:2015 QMS, ISO 3834-2 Welding QMS, and AS9100D QMS for Aviation, Space, and Defense Organizations; and the AFNOR (AS system) from France.

    May 2017
  • Awarded the certificate of utility model patent M550715 for the “jacking device” used on marine engineering ships from the Ministry of Economic Affairs.

    April 2017
  • Completed the modification of the first family carriage, earning the recognition of the client and citizens.

    February 2017
  • Awarded a certificate of appreciation for “Outstanding Performance in Component Localization Services in 2017” by the CSC.

    January 2017
  • Awarded the Gold Medal in the Top 50 Corporate Sustainability Report Awards at the Taiwan Corporate Sustainability Awards.

    January 2016
  • Awarded the “BSI Award for Organizational Resilience.”

    January 2016
  • Jun 26: The board of directors approved the establishment of Hsin Neng Wind Power Corporation, a joint venture with TECO Electric and Machinery Co., Ltd., with an authorized capital of NT$500 million.

    June 2015
  • Awarded the “Senior Member Award for Over 60 Years” at TAMI’s 70th Anniversary Reception

    May 2015
  • Awarded the Silver Medal in the Traditional Manufacturing category of the Top 50 Corporate Sustainability Report Awards at the Taiwan Corporate Sustainability Awards.

    March 2015
  • Awarded “Outstanding Enterprises Award” at the 12th National Brand Yushan Award.

    February 2015
  • Passed ISO 9001:2008 QMS certification by DNV (formerly ABS) in certificate renewal.

    September 2014
  • Passed the ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers) evaluation for certificate renewal for using the S, U, and U2 stamps on pressure containers and boilers.

    July 2014
  • On April 1, the CSMC established its Audit Office under the direct command of the board of directors.

    April 2014
  • Awarded the “Excellent Enterprise” award in the Arms Industry Authorized for Deferred Call Evaluation by the Armed Forces Reserve Command of Kaohsiung City.

    March 2014
  • Dec 16: Signed a 10-year cooperation contract with the IUK with Wharf 74 Free Trade Zone as the Asian assembly base.

    December 2014
  • Awarded the Silver Medal in the Large Enterprises of Traditional Manufacturing, Top 50 Corporate Sustainability Report Awards, at the 2014 Taiwan Corporate Sustainability Awards.

    November 2014
  • Oct 20: Additionally rented an area of 15,000m2 in the rear line of Wharf 75 of the Port of Kaohsiung as a free trade zone to produce offshore platform equipment.

    October 2014
  • Awarded the “BSI Award for Sustainable Governance Practice”

    January 2014
  • On August 20, 2013, the CSMC passed the BSI verification for its 2012 CSR Report. The certification ceremony was held on September 3, 2013.

    September 2013
  • Established overseas subsidiary: CSMC India

    July 2013
  • Passed the BSI evaluation of the ISO 50001 Energy Management System.

    May 2013
  • The CSMC independently implemented the “Green Lifestyle” campaign in 2012, winning an award on April 12 from the CSC Energy and Environment Promotion Committee.

    April 2013
  • Established overseas subsidiary: China Steel Machinery Vietnam Co., Ltd.

    April 2013
  • Successfully passed the certification of Authorized Economic Operator (AEO).

    November 2013
  • Awarded the “2012 Outstanding Enterprises for R&D Substitute Service” award; CSMC engineer Yen-Hung Lin was awarded the “2012 Excellent R&D Substitute Serviceman” award.

    October 2013
  • Established overseas subsidiary: China Steel Global Trading Corporation (CSGT (Shanghai) Co., Ltd.)

    January 2013
  • Passed the verification of ISO 14064-1 Greenhouse gas emissions inventory at the organization level.

    July 2012
  • Jun 28: The 9th meeting of the 4th board of directors approved the establishment of the Design Division with the Logistics Section, Energy, Section, Electrical Section, and Integrated Section under the Production Department.

    June 2012
  • Awarded the Excellence Award at the CSC Green Life Evaluation.

    April 2012
  • Recognized by the National Chung-Shan Institute of Science & Technology of the Armaments Bureau, MND, and awarded the “Military Product Commercialization Value Creation Award.”

    March 2012
  • Jun 23: Passed the ASME evaluation for certificate renewal to be qualified for the manufacture of pressure containers and boilers using U, S, U2 Stamp for a period of three years.

    June 2011
  • Two resolutions were made at the 4th meeting of the 4th board of directors: 1. Implement the “Employee Savings Trust Regulations” from March 2011. 2. Adjust the organizational structure to change the former “Office of Industrial Safety and Health” into the “Industrial Safety and Health Division,” with an “Industrial Safety and Health Section.”

    March 2011
  • March 2: Updated certification of the ISO 9001:2008 Quality Management System.

    March 2010
  • Increased authorized capital to NT$1,118,040,000.

    January 2010
  • Two resolutions were made at the 11th meeting of the 3rd board of directors 1. Revision of the Directions for Earnings and Bonuses Distribution. 2. Investment in the joint-venture project in mainland China.

    January 2010
  • July 31: Increased authorized capital to NT$106,580,000.

    July 2009
  • Awarded the Outstanding Service Unit of 2008 at the National Occupational Safety and Health Organization Ratings.

    July 2009
  • Passed the evaluation of the TOSHMS Taiwan Occupational Safety and Health Management System.

    July 2009
  • Passed ASME U2 Stamp certification.

    July 2009
  • The 2008 annual general meeting of shareholders (AGM) was held on May 30, 2008. Beside ratifying the business report and financial statement of 2007, the 2007 earnings distribution proposal and capitalization of profits by issuing new shares. In 2007, the revenue and income before tax amounted to NT$5.47 billion and NT$320 million respectively. The amount for capitalization of profits was NT$968 million.

    May 2008
  • Apr 1: Base date of share exchange between the CSMC and China Ecotek. The CSMC closed the account in advance. Mar: Revenue and earnings reached NT$543 million and NT$35.3 million respectively. Both are the highest in history.

    April 2008
  • Sep 30: Completed the stainless-steel billet continuous casting equipment for the stainless-steel shop of Walsin Lihwa Corporation.

    September 2007
  • Jun 15: Completed the manufacture, assembly, and commissioning of the torpedo car for the CSC.

    June 2007
  • March statistics: The M2 Hydraulic Cylinder Service Center completed the maintenance and repair of 908 hydraulic cylinders in 2007, with an increase of more than 600 cylinders from 2006.

    March 2007
  • The CSMC completed the preliminary framework of the project formation database: knowledge management platform for all units to create and save related files for employees to share valuable engineering knowledge, technology, and experience. Content enrichment will continue, and further classification of the database framework will take place to facilitate indexing.

    February 2007
  • From Jan 1, the CSMC launched an organizational adjustment for business development needs: (1) established the “Project Construction Division” under the “Production Department” (2) renamed the “Sales Department” to “Administration Department” (3) reassigned the “HSE Office” to the “Administration Department”

    January 2007
  • Sep 15: The 9th meeting of the 2nd board of directors approved the following revisions: Mark up the target revenue to NT$3.866 billion and target earnings to NT$220 million. Estimated 2007 revenue and earnings at NT$4.1 billion and NT$232 million respectively.

    September 2006
  • The CSMC remodeled the basement of the administration building into a sports and leisure center for use by employees and their families after work and on holidays. The center started operations in August 2006, and is equipped with table-tennis tables, pool tables, treadmills, exercise bikes, cross trainers, and press machines.

    August 2006
  • In the Top 1000 Manufacturers rating by Common Wealth Magazine, the CSMC advanced by 202 places from 740th in 2004 to 538th in 2005

    May 2006
  • Signed a memorandum of understanding on bogie technology transfer with Nippon Sharyo, Ltd. at the end of May 2006 to send 9 technologists in turn to acquire the bogie technology from Nippon Sharyo, Ltd. from June, becoming Taiwan’s first supplier equipped with the capacity to manufacture bogies.

    May 2006
  • The CSMC recruited warrant officers for the arms industry reserve substitute service. After interviewing 20 applicants, four successful candidates were recruited to be at service in October 2006, January 2007, and April 2007.

    April 2006
  • The acceptance inspection and payment of the Haeusler bending machine purchased by M22 were completed, and the machine has started operations.

    March 2006
  • End of Oct: The last time of preferential layoff for employees of Taiwan Machinery Manufacturing Corporation transferred to the CSMC after privatization Five years since the CSMC was established, 14 times of preferential layoffs were arranged for 35 employees transferred from Taiwan Machinery Manufacturing Corporation.

    October 2006
  • Became Taiwan’s first bogie frame supplier with manufacturing capacity.

    January 2006
  • Aug 30: Passed the BSI evaluation for the OHSAS 18001 occupational health and safety management system.

    August 2005
  • Jun 21: Passed the renewal audit for the ASME U-Stamp and S-Stamp.

    June 2005
  • May 17: Seconded Production VP Wen-Cheng Yang from CSC Equipment Division.

    May 2005
  • Awarded the 50th Anniversary Membership Commemorative Award from the Taiwan Association of Machinery Industry (TAMI).

    November 2005
  • End of Oct: Six CSMC contractors, including Sheng Ying, Tung Hsing, Yo Hsiang, Yu Chang, Cin Fong Steel, and Rong Chiang, officially passed the BSI evaluation for the OHSAS 18001 Occupational Health and Safety Management System.

    October 2005
  • The CSMC got out of the red in May 2004. Until the end of October 2005, the net value of the CSMC stock resumed NT$10.11 per share.

    October 2005
  • Sep 10: CSC construction site passed OHSAS 18001 certification for occupational health and safety management.

    September 2004
  • Passed ISO 9001:2000 QMS certification

    May 2004
  • May 31: Profits broke even losses to advance getting out of the red.

    May 2004
  • End of Dec: Completed the commissioning of the pre-straightening pickling equipment for bar-in-coil. Started production for orders from January 2005.

    December 2004
  • Oct 7–27: Completed three wind turbine towers for GE and handed over to the 3rd NPP of Taiwan Power Company for installation to engage in the manufacture of wind turbine towers.

    October 2004
  • Sep 30: Completed the stainless-steel billet continuous casting equipment for the stainless-steel shop of Walsin Lihwa Corporation.

    September 2003
  • Jun 15: Completed the manufacture, assembly, and commissioning of the torpedo car for the CSC.

    June 2003
  • Aug 26: Authorized to use the ASME U-Stamp and S-Stamp.

    August 2002
  • Jun 25: Completed the diesel engine of 6S70MC-C bulk carrier for CSBC Corporation Taiwan.

    June 2002
  • Sep 10: Established the CSMC officially.

    September 2001
  • Prepared for CSMC establishment.

    April 2001
  • Nov 20: Took over the Linhai Mill of former Taiwan Machinery Manufacturing Corporation The amount of authorized capital was NT$800,000,000.

    November 2001