Longrich Bio-Science Co. Ltd, (Longrich), which is located in the Longrich Bio-Industrial Park, is one of the leading companies that dominates in the production of Health Care, Cosmetic/Skin Care, Household Cleaning, Furniture, Real Estate business and many more products.
Jiangsu Longliqi Bio-Science Co. Ltd (Longrich) has one of the largest and most advanced centres for research and development of cosmetic and healthcare products in Asia (Southern China). The company has more than 12 000 employees, more than 35% of which are Doctorate students, field experts, and highly trained professionals. For the past 31 years the company has seen steady growth in both expansion and market share.
Jiangsu LONGLIQI Bio-Science Co., Ltd (Longrich) is located in the LONGLIQI Bio-Industrial Park, which covers an area of more than 133 hectares (about 500 acres). It produces more than 1000 products in eight categories, including household, cosmetics, health care products, furniture, real estate and logistics. It is one of the largest and most advanced center for research, development, manufacture and sale of cosmetics and health care products in China. it has a total of 10,000 employees. In the past 26 years, the company has developed a healthy and steady manner and has become a leader of the national cosmetic industry.
Longrich international has created wealth for the over 500,000 people who are trading more than Thirty brands in the Longrich product range through the business referral network in Nigeria. Longrich international has chosen Lagos state to site its manufacturing plant, a $50 million investment, in Nigeria.
Lagos state government, have played their part as business enablers to provide the necessary infrastructure and services required to support Longrich international. The government has since allocated over 400,000 square meters of land to enable them builder their multi-billion Naira worth factory
The Pre-launch of the said factory was done by Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State on April 7th 2019.
The Longrich facility in Lekki, upon completion, would not only be the hub for the distribution of the products to the African sub-region but would provide employment for at least 1,000 new workers in Lagos State and boost the nation’s foreign exchange earnings from exportation of manufactured products to other African Countries.