Greenland Holdings Group has ranked number one on the recently published Forbes 2018 Global Growth Champions list. Greenland Holdings Group made USD$44.8 billion in sales and UDD$1.5 billion in profit in the last year and has jumped to the number one spot since the release of Forbes’ 2017 Global Growth Champions list. Additionally, the company also ranked 252 on the recently released 2018 Fortune Global 500 list. Since debuting on the Fortune 500 list in 2012 as the first Chinese developer, Greenland Holdings Group has been included on the list for seven consecutive years.
“As a leading real estate developer ranked number one on the Forbes 2018 Global Growth Champions List and included in the Fortune Global 500 for seven consecutive years, Greenland has always pursued new strategic growth opportunities,” said Yuliang Zhang, Chairman of Greenland Group. “We fully understand that big enterprises need to embrace new and emerging technologies. By doing so, companies can achieve transformation and new levels of innovation enabling them to gain unprecedented success in their respective industries.”
Established in Shanghai, China on July 18, 1992, Greenland Holding Group Co. Limited (also known as “Greenland Group”) holds an asset size of over USD$130B and has ranked among Fortune Global 500 for seven consecutive years. Committed to transforming communities around the world, Greenland Group manages projects in over 100 cities in nine countries on four continents. Greenland Group specializes in developing large-scale projects while prioritizing quality and efficiency. The company is a leader in the development of ultra-high-rise buildings, large urban complexes, industrial parks and business districts surrounding transportation centers, such as high-speed railway stations. Currently, there are 23 ultra-high-rise projects under construction or completed by Greenland Group, four of which are among top 10 tallest buildings in the world. Beyond real estate, Greenland Group has diversified its portfolio by expanding into strategic and related industries, such as retail and transportation.