CNTECH,the First Share Of China Aviation Simulation System, Listed On National Equities Exchange and Quotation in Beijing

CNTECH with their expertise in China Aviation System technology recently developed a world-class aviation aircraft design and flight simulation software platform. Now, the company has been listed on the National Equities Exchange and Quotation in Beijing, China.

China (August 9, 2016) – CNTECH Co.,Ltd recently landed on National Equities Exchange and Quotation(NEEQ) in Beijing, China with a stock code 838476. Right from the inception, the company has been paying attention to the research of flight and virtual simulation technology. The company holds the pride of holding many technical patents. After more than a decade of accumulation, the company recently successfully developed a world-class aviation aircraft design and flight simulation software platform and even more than 10 types of flight simulator.

Now, based on the technology called virtual simulation, the organization has increased the investment in research and development of aerospace virtual simulation software and flight simulators. The team at this company is committed to breaking the international monopoly. Now, the company has turned out to be a leading international simulation high-tech company with a professional level flight simulation system.The company proudly owns the CNFSimulator flight simulator.

When talking on the listing of CNTECH, the Chairman of the company Liang Lin Says “The successful listing of CNTECH’s NEEQ in Beijing, China marks the official entry of the capital market and will bring more development opportunities to the company. At the same time, it also puts forward new requirements for us to establish a modern corporate governance structure through the listing. The company’s operation is further standardized, which facilitates equity incentives, attracts high-end talents, enhances corporate reputation and product competitiveness, and lays a solid foundation for the next step in the listing,”The world-class Aviation Simulation System VSIM3D brand is the brainchild of CNTECH.

Source: https://en.cntech.com/cntech-listed-the-first-share-of-china-aviation-simulation-software-on-neeq-in-beijing/

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