Tejing Tungsten is a group of companies which includes:

  • Tejing (Vietnam) Tungsten Co., Ltd. - Consisting of the manufacturing plant and Asian sales office located in Vietnam.
  • Ganzhou Yatai Tungsten Co., Ltd. - Manufacturing plant in China to supply for Chinese market.
  • Tejing HK Resource Co., Ltd - Tungsten scrap crushing plant in Hong Kong.

Tejing Tungsten produces high-melting metals (i.e. Tungsten powder products according to its customers specific requirements). Tejing Tungsten is well positioned to meet its customers demand and has a broad portfolio of products. As a leading supplier with a global presence in the sector of metal powder, Tejing Tungsten is constantly working on improving the products offered, product safety as well as the secured supply of material for its customers.

Innovation is the driving power for long-term return on investment and growth. Tejing Tungsten is open to new ideas and willing to take well-considered risks.

Recycling is now the emphasis for coming years. It is here that Tejing Tungsten has achieved great success. Since 2012, we have produced most of the material in Vietnam from secondary raw materials. Security of supply, in this case, becomes a minor matter. Secondary raw materials, unlike tungsten ore, are available in almost unlimited quantities. Through extensive work in research and development, Tejing Tungsten is positioned to produce the vast majority of its production from recycled material maintaining consistent high quality as well as offering a favorable strategic position.

The reclaiming of recyclable materials is not only the basis of a guaranteed security of supply, in fact it makes it possible for Tejing Tungsten to fulfill its commitment to environmental sustainability. Damage caused by mining and the use of toxic chemicals in the processing of ores in mining areas, are kept to a minimum.

The extension of Tejing Tungsten's already comprehensive product range to date by cast tungsten carbide and the conversion of production to the processing of secondary raw materials has been achieved through sustained investment in production, research and development.