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Growth and development continues for Shenyang Chuangqi


SHENYANG Chuangqi Amusement Equipment Corporation is a member of IAAPA and a standing director unit of the China Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions. Founded by general manager Wu Ke in 1992, the company employs a staff of more than 200, all of whom excel in their relevant fields, from engineering to customer service. From its 26,000 sq. m facility in Shenyang, which has been a titan of heavy industry since the 1930s, Chuangqi is involved in the design and manufacture of a full range of amusement and gaming products, including bumper cars, boats, spin rides, racing cars, high altitude tourist cars, train sets, shooting galleries, dark rides and themed projects. At the same time, the company can also design theme park projects and have experience in this field. “The Chinese economy is increasing all the


time,” Ke told InterPark, “and our company is always looking for ways to improve our products.”


The Asian market currently accounts for around 70 per


cent of Chuangqi’s business, with other markets across Europe, Africa, the Middle East, the US and Australasia also coming to the fore. Due to the company’s continued increase in business it is currently building a new factory in Shenyang. Ke added: “Over recent years, Chuangqi has made a lot


of technical-design improvements and innovations, and we also received CE Marking through TÜV Rheinland this year.”


An ever-evolving portfolio Chuangqi currently produces more than 30 amusement


products that fall into nine broad categories. “Relying on transcendental creative ideas, Chuangqi’s designers make great efforts to create high-tech amusement equipment with excellent functions and novel ideas to satisfy the demands of many clients,” Ke said.


Shenyang Chuangqi Amusement Equipment Corporation Daxing Town, Yuhong District, Shenyang City, China 110149


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Tel: +86 24 8931 1899 Email: chuangqiplay@yahoo.com.cn www.chuangqiplay.com


Among the attractions


on offer is Fight Shark Island, is an interactive form of spin ride that includes 12 ships on six arms. The 24 capacity ride requires a space of around 150 sq. m and involves players shooting animal targets on a central island with water guns. “When the targets are hit, they will show some funny


actions like spraying, raising hands and so on,” Ke explained. “A large shark in the centre is always spinning and spraying water. While players shoot the targets, the animals will also spray players with water interactively, while players can also use a plate on the top to protect themselves.” Meanwhile, the Happy Journey railway rides series


provides a two-seater experience that is ideal for a child and parent. Reaching a leisurely speed of 5km/h, a standard train set includes six cars, an 80m track, eight animal targets, one score box and a console, with the entire ride occupying around 300 sq. m. Describing some of the group’s most popular products,


Ke noted the recent success of the Challenger 3 bumper car series. The small-scale, two-seater product is suitable for any size of venue, either indoor or outdoor. Challenger 3 cars include a laser gun used for shooting other bumper cars. “When the cars are shot at sensors on the car body record


the ‘hit’ and soft hammers fall down and ‘attack’ players, while a computer system records the scores,” Ke said. Finally, Space Walk is a novel, two-seat air bicycle


amusement ride that players ride on a track. Chuangqi will be showcasing a range of products at IAAPA Attractions Expo in November, booth 3029.


Key Products Bumper cars, Boats, Spin rides, Racing Cars, High altitude tourist cars, Trainsets, Shooting galleries, Dark rides Theming projects


Shenyang Chuangqi general manager Wu Ke


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