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SMOK building project officially started today


Today, one year ago, at 11:58 on June 2, 2019, SMOK held a grand groundbreaking ceremony at the site of the SMOK building site. After a year of construction preparations, at 11:58 on June 2, 2020, the SMOK building project officially started construction.

Building onstruction site
Smok building construction site

The SMOK Building project is undertaken by the China Construction Third Engineering Bureau. The project is located on the south side of the intersection of Guangming District Tourist Road and Guangming Avenue. The project covers an area of 60,400 square meters, with a total construction area of about 38,000 square meters. The project plans to invest about 870 million yuan.

This project is to cater to Guangming District’s development goal of accelerating the construction of a “quality, innovative, and smart manufacturing area, and a modern, international, and green urban area”, to promote Guangming District’s industrial transformation and upgrading, and to cultivate high-value-added, high-end manufacturing. Its completion will promote the transformation and upgrading of the entire electronic atomizer industry to high-end manufacturing, integrate the upstream and downstream resources of the industry to coordinate cooperation, improve product quality and services, and thus enhance the competitiveness of enterprises and brands, and create advanced and perfect new industrial forms.

SMOK building project officially started today

At the same time, the project construction has been highly valued and strongly supported by governments at all levels in Shenzhen’s Guangming District. All work is progressing smoothly and the project construction is in good shape. It is expected that in 2022, the SMOK Building will stand in the Guangming Modern Industrial Park and become a new landmark for regional economic development.

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