Reading guide On August 29, the list of China's top 500 private enterprises in 2018, organized by the all China Federation of industry and Commerce and Liaoning provincial government, was announced in Shenyang, a famous historical and cultural city
On August 29, the list of China's top 500 private enterprises in 2018, organized by the all China Federation of industry and Commerce and Liaoning provincial government, was announced in Shenyang, a famous historical and cultural city. Fujian Shengnong Holding Group Co., Ltd., as one of the few animal husbandry groups among the candidates, was listed in the top 500 private enterprise manufacturing industry with a business performance of 16 billion yuan.
"China's top 500 private enterprises" is an authoritative ranking list of private enterprises sponsored by the all China Federation of industry and Commerce and supported by the Ministry of industry and information technology of the people's Republic of China. According to the report in 2018, the after tax net profit of the top 500 private enterprises in 2017 was 1132.101 billion yuan, breaking through the trillion mark for the first time, with an average household of 2.264 billion yuan.
In the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, which closed last year, "private enterprises" were written into the report of the National Party Congress for the first time, expressing the state's full recognition of the value of private enterprises. At the press conference, ran Wanxiang, Vice Minister of the United Front Work Department of the CPC Central Committee, used the five figures "56789" to summarize the role and contribution of private enterprises
“5” Private enterprises contribute more than 50% to the state's tax revenue
“6” GDP and fixed assets investment of domestic private enterprises And more than 60% of foreign direct investment
“7” Contributed more than 70% of technological innovation and new product development
“8” More than 80% of urban employment
“9” The contribution rate of private enterprises to new employment reached 90%
In this year's list of the top 500 private enterprises, there are 104 new enterprises on the list, and Saint Nong is among them. In 2018, it coincides with the 35th anniversary of the establishment of Shengnong group, and its development momentum is still rapid: in August, Shengnong development, a listed company of Shengnong group, released its semi annual financial report, with an operating revenue of 5.069 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 3.99%; and a net profit of 335 million yuan, a year-on-year increase of 204.28%.
In 2018, Shengnong group achieved continuous growth from brand value to sales performance. This time, it was honored as one of the top 500 private enterprises in China in 2018. This is not only the affirmation of Shengnong, but also the affirmation of Chinese native white feather broiler industry.
As a private enterprise with a history of 35 years, Shengnong group is a practitioner of witnessing the rise of white feather broiler industry in China step by step. Now, Shengnong has become a white feather broiler enterprise with an annual production and slaughter volume of 500 million feathers. Shengnong has developed six industries, more than ten subsidiaries and two listed companies, covering agriculture and animal husbandry, food, cold chain logistics, investment, energy and environmental protection, and supporting industries. In recent years, while continuing to develop the broiler industry, Shengnong has successfully entered many fields, such as food deep processing and food retail, which has brought new assistance to the development of the enterprise.
To live up to the trust is an important creed of Shengnong's sustainable development for many years. As a food enterprise, Shengnong knows that only by bringing consumers better food, more assured quality, continuous innovation and stricter standards on products, can the healthy development of enterprises be promoted. In the future, Shengnong will continue to deepen the food industry and forge ahead to build a world-class food enterprise.