Building on the success of FIH Quality Programme for Hockey Turf, the International Hockey Federation (FIH) has recently launched new standards for hockey turfs, hockey fields and Hockey5s courts.
The 29th Summer Universiade 2017 will be held in Taipei, where the construction of 5 artificial grass football pitches are already finished, including the ones at the Yingfeng Riverside Park and the University of Taipei. All of the artificial grass pitches have passed the field test of FIFA Quality Pro, the highest level of FIFA certification for football pitches. This means the football pitches of Taipei Universiade are qualified as the world’s top-level football pitches, striving to ensure the success of the imminent games. As the artificial turf producer for these pitches, CCGrass has made a new score in FIFA football pitch certification in China!
Football teams from 12 countries (10 ASEAN countries plus Australia and Timor Leste) are now competing in the ASEAN Football Federation (AFF) Under-15 Championship in Chonburi, Thailand. Commenced on 9 July, the championship will have one winner on 22 July. Founded in 1982, AFF has now become the most influential football organization in the whole Southeast Asia, with millions of audiences following its tournaments and games every year. The Under-15 Championship is organized in order to provide the member associations opportunities to hone their teams in preparation for AFC qualifiers.
In this pleasantly warm April, in Marriott hotel near by the beautiful beach of Miraflores in Lima, Peru, CCGrass held a successful seminar together with one of our clients, Bonanza Company and the FIFA certified laboratory, Labosport. This seminar aims to build the specialized high quality standards for Peru sports artificial grass industry, also to introduce FIFA quality concept and new FIFA quality & quality pro standards to Peru market.
In late 2016, Revo Soccer chose CCGrass product Stemgrass EX2 to install their main football training field in Los Angeles, California. It’s the first full-size football training field installed with CCGrass in United States.
Around the world, approximately 500 artificial turf football pitches are disposed of annually. With its coatings and latex backing, disposal is costly and complicated, while the recyclability of artificial grass has been very limited.
With their distinctive logo now flying on the shirts of a Chilean football club, Nanjing based CCGrass, the largest producer of artificial turf in the world, is seeing business go from strength to strength in football obsessed South America, and for good reason.
It is one thing to sell a product to a customer. It is altogether something else to revisit that same customer to see whether they are still happy with their purchase one year later.
As the world’s biggest producer of artificial turf, CCGrass is also naturally one of just a handful of companies to pass the very significant milestone that is represented by the installation of its 100th FIFA certified field at the very end of 2016.
As the annual Gothia Cup gets set for kick off in Sweden this Saturday, so too in China, preparations are well underway for the debut of Gothia Cup China, to be held from 13th to 19th August, 2016 in Shenyang, the capital of the country’s northern eastern province of Liaoning.