China Power Equipment Sees No Disruption in Alloy Supply from Hitachi Metals in Japan
XI’AN, China, March 14, 2011 /PRNewswire-Asia-FirstCall/ — China Power Equipment, Inc. (“China Power Equipment” or “the Company”, OTC Bulletin Board: CPQQ), the designer, manufacturer, and distributor of a new generation of energy saving electric transformers and transformer cores in the People’s Republic of China, today expressed its sympathies to the citizens of Japan as they deal with the tragic and devastating earthquake, aftershocks, and tsunami waves that hit northeastern Japan this past week.
Mr. Yongxing Song, Chairman, President, and CEO of China Power Equipment, Inc., said, “As you know, Japan and many countries have been directly or indirectly affected by the tragic and devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan this past week.
“We extend our sympathies, thoughts, concerns, and hopes to the citizens of Japan and to our colleagues at Hitachi Metals and their families and friends. We wish them well as Japan works to recover from these huge natural disasters.
“Hitachi Metals, headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, is our largest supplier of amorphous alloy strip, the primary raw material for making our amorphous alloy electricity transformer cores. Hitachi Metals is the largest manufacturer of amorphous alloy in the world. Its alloy manufacturing operations are located in southern Japan, so to date they have not been affected by the earthquake, aftershocks, or the tsunami that hit northeastern Japan, according to our contracting officer at Hitachi Metals this morning.
“Hitachi Metals currently does not expect any disruption in its ability to supply amorphous alloy strip to China Power Equipment, including any significant change in the supply of electricity to its plants that might affect Hitachi’s ability to supply to us.
“As we assess our future risks, although Hitachi Metal’s employees and manufacturing operations were not directly affected by the natural disasters, the consequences of closing more nuclear power stations in Japan might eventually reduce Hitachi Metals’ ability to produce or ship alloy to us. We believe this conclusion is quite conservative, but currently there is no way to assess this possible risk with any accuracy.
“We wish the Japanese citizens good health, deep strength, and steadfast determination as the country continues its difficult recovery process.”
About China Power Equipment, Inc.
China Power Equipment, Inc., is a U.S. corporation, which through its wholly-owned subsidiary, An Sen (Xi’an) Power Science & Technology Co., Ltd. and its affiliated operating company, Xi’an Amorphous Zhongxi Co., Ltd., designs, manufactures, and distributes amorphous alloy transformer cores and amorphous alloy core electricity transformers in the People’s Republic of China. The Company currently manufactures 59 different products, primarily amorphous alloy cores and amorphous alloy core transformers.
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