Property investor Ned Turner has big plans for Kinka Beach. Supplied.
Property investor Ned Turner has big plans for Kinka Beach. Supplied.

Chinese company representatives look over Capricorn region

REPRESENTATIVES of one of the world's biggest companies got a bird's-eye view of the Rockhampton region recently.

Hosted by Zilzie businessman and Landtrak chairman Paul Czislowski, three representatives from China Metallurgical Group Corporation (MCC) visited Landtrak's housing development projects in Kinka Beach, Mount Morgan and Gracemere.

MCC's international projects director James Ji, Tiangong Group chairman Mr Zhang and international division manager Mr Shang joined developer Ned Turner and Mr Czislowski.

With a market cap of about US$1.7trillion, the company was ranked 280th on the 2011 Fortune 500 list.



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