2018
  • Entered into the cells and tissues storage business and the genetic testing services business, laying out strategies for entire biomedical value chain from cells and tissues storage to clinical applications
  • Cellenkos, Inc., a 17.4% associate company, registered its manufacturing facility as good manufacturing practice ("GMP") compliant with U.S. Food and Drug Administration for manufacturing cord blood derived regulatory T-cells
  • Acquired several potential high-return investment projects, including the 50.0% equity interests in ASA Asset Management Co., Ltd., Japan, and proposed to acquire the 16.14% interests of Nanjing Ying Peng Hui Kang Medical Industry Investment Partnership (Limited Partnership) (南京盈鵬蕙康醫療產業投資合夥企業(有限合夥)) ("YPHK Fund")
  • Completed the disposal of 65.4% of the issued share capital of Global Cord Blood Corporation ("GCBC", formerly known as China Cord Blood Corporation)
  • Voluntary delisting of the Taiwan depositary receipts on the Taiwan Stock Exchange

2017
  • Entered into a conditional sale and purchase agreement with YPHK Fund regarding the disposal of the Group’s entire 65.4% equity interest in GCBC upon terminating the Previous Agreement
  • Entered into the precision medicine business and established cooperations with the University of Texas at MD Anderson Cancer Center and Hope Health Center in the U.S., respectively
  • Beijing Sunbow Obstetrics & Gynecology Hospital commenced operation

2016
  • Entered into a conditional sale and purchase agreement with Nanjing Xinjiekou Department Store Co., Ltd. (SSE: 600682) regarding the disposal of the Group’s 65.4% equity interest (on a fully diluted basis) in GCBC (the "Previous Agreement")

2015
  • Acquired the remaining equity interest in GM Hospital Group Limited to consolidate shareholdings in hospital management business

2014
  • New cord blood storage facilities in Guangdong Province and Zhejiang Province opened in the first half of fiscal year 2015

2013
  • Qinghe Hospital located in Beijing Haidian District started its trial run in December

2012
  • The medical devices segment established a new distribution business for imported high-end overseas medical devices

2011
  • Became the first healthcare enterprise from Mainland China to successfully list its depositary receipts on the Taiwan Stock Exchange
  • Acquired Shanghai East International Medical Center to enter into premium healthcare services martet
  • GCBC secured an exclusive license to operate cord blood storage business in Zhejiang Province

2010
  • Changed its name to "Golden Meditech Holdings Limited" to better reflect the Group's integrated business model, diversified revenue streams and depth exposure in Mainland China's healthcare industry
  • Launched Mainland China's first third-party medical insurance administration, GM-Medicare Management (China) Company Limited, as a joint venture with two leading US-based health maintenance organisations

2009
  • New cord blood storage facility, then the largest cord blood storage facility in the world in terms of capacity and daily processing volume, commenced operation in Beijing
  • Transferred listing from the GEM ("GEM") onto the Main Board of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (SEHK: 801)
  • Entered into the hospital management business
  • GCBC (NYSE:CO) successfully listed on the New York Stock Exchange

2008
  • New cord blood storage facilities in Guangdong Province commenced operation

2007
  • Expansion of cord blood storage business into Guangdong Province

2003
  • Strategic investment in the first cord blood bank in Mainland China and commencement of cord blood storage business in Beijing

2002
  • Medical devices production facility in Beijing commenced production

2001
  • Listed on the GEM of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (SEHK: 8180)

Back to top