Taiwan Cement

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Taiwan Cement Corporation
Native name
Traded asTWSE: 1101
Founded1 May 1946
Area served
RevenueNT$116,099,000,000 (2013)[1]
NT$18,604,000,000 (2013)
NT$15,118,000,000 (2013)

The Taiwan Cement Corporation (TCC; Chinese: 台灣水泥; pinyin: Táiwān Shuǐní) is a cement company headquartered on Taiwan.


After the handover of Taiwan from Japan to the Republic of China in 1945, the Taiwan Provincial Government and Ministry of Economics Resource Committee jointly incorporated the Taiwan Cement Limited Corporation on 1 May 1946. On 1 January 1951, the company was restructured as Taiwan Cement Corporation. On 11 November 1954, the state owned company was privatized and became a publicly listed corporation.[2]


  • Koo Chen-fu
  • Chester Koo (until 2001) - son of Koo Chen-fu
  • Leslie Koo (2003–2017) - son of Koo Chen-fu
  • Nelson Chang (2017–present)[3] - interim Chairman and brother-in-law of Leslie Koo

Head Office[edit]

The company headquarter (Taiwan Cement Building) is accessible within walking distance south west from Zhongshan Elementary School Station of Taipei Metro at 113 Zhongshan Road North Section 2. The building was completed in 2002 by Taiwanese architect M. L. Kuo.[4]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ http://www.taiwancement.com/#About_1_1_2
  2. ^ http://www.taiwancement.com/#About_1_1_3
  3. ^ "Leslie Koo dies from injuries suffered in fall". Taipei Times. 24 January 2017.
  4. ^ https://www.taipeieye.com/en/aboutus/

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