SHENYANG, China, February 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — NF Energy Saving Corporation (NFEC) ("NF Energy" or the "Company"), a leading energy saving services and solutions provider for China’s power, petrochemical, coal, metallurgy, construction, and municipal infrastructure development industries, announced today the publication of <<Global Valve Trade>> by NFEC.

January 2015 saw the premiere of <<Global Valve Trade>>, a new professional journal of the valve industry in China published by NFEC, supported by Liaoning Provincial Valve Association.

<<Global Valve Trade>> is a comprehensive periodical dedicated to disseminating information on all aspects about the development and trends of the valve industry and its enterprises in China. The 42-page regular-sized journal is featured with "Interview", "Biddings", "Brand Stories", "Case Analysis", "Pulse of Valve", "Valve Tech" and other columns, where readers will find updates on public biddings for valves and mileposts for leading the industry into the future, as well as information about enterprises in the valve industry, such as NFEC. While the journal will not be publicly available, it will be circulated internally within the Company as well as given to the Company’s clients of charge.

NF Energy believes that the publication of <<Global Valve Trade>> will help to propel the advancement of the valve industry and enhance the Company’s brand name and value globally.

About NF Energy Saving Corporation

NF Energy Saving Corporation (NASDAQ:NFEC) is a China-based provider of integrated energy conservation solutions utilizing energy-saving equipment, technical services and energy management re-engineering project operations to provide energy saving services to clients. The Company’s customers are mainly concentrated in the electrical generation (large-scale thermal power generation, hydroelectric power, and nuclear power), water supply, and heat supply industries. The majority of revenues are from energy efficient flow control solutions including equipment and energy efficiency project services. For more information, visit

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