The Christian Building Products company is expanding the range of materials it uses to build buildings in China, according to a press release issued by the company.
The new range of building products includes materials including composite building materials and building materials.
The company announced its new products during the China-US Industrial Conference in Shanghai, where the company announced a new range in 2018, the first time in the company’s history that the company has expanded its offerings.
The firm said it is working with the government to increase its capacity to deliver materials from China to US factories.
The new products are intended to increase the availability of the materials in the US market, and the company is also working with companies to develop new products that are more environmentally friendly.
The products include new materials, including the BmC Building Materials, as well as building materials for homes and offices, and they can be produced at any time of the year.
The company also said it has made significant progress on the B.C. plant, which has a capacity of around 100,000 cubic meters of CO 2 equivalent per year.
“We continue to build on our experience in developing and producing B.D.M. composite building products in China and the United States, and are excited to continue to bring these products to market in 2019 and beyond,” Christian Building Product founder and CEO Eric Dorsch said in the press release.
More than 30 years ago, Christian Building products were the first to use an advanced form of composites to make composite building material, which was then the first building material in the world to use carbon dioxide to manufacture its building materials when it debuted in 1962.
Since then, the company also has been expanding its range of composite building product offerings, including its new B.B.M., which uses the latest materials from a Chinese supplier and uses a different process for producing its building material than most others.
“Building materials and composite building supplies are both critical to our industry’s future success and continue to be a key priority for us,” Christian Builder CEO Jeff Dorschi said in a statement.
“Our commitment to improving the quality of our materials and reducing the amount of CO2 that is emitted into the atmosphere is also critical to this industry.