Their website is dubious:
- It contains a lot of typos, e.g.
David Publishing Company (DPC) (originally as USA-China Business Review (Journal), Inc., USA), founded in 2001, is a professional English-language academic journals and books publisher both in print and online versions, which serves the world's research and scholarly communities. STEM (Scientific/Sciences, Technical, Engineering, Medicine) is our core theme. We are currently receiving the submission of the fields: Account & Accounting, Administration, Agriculture, Aviation Science, Business, Chemistry, Civil, Computer, Earth, Education, Energy, Environment, Economics, Electrics, Electronics, Food, Future Science, Geology, Health, History, Journalism, Law, Language, Life-Sciences, Literature & Art, Management, Materials, Mechanics, Medicine, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology, Pharmacy and Pathology, Philosophy, Shipping & Ocean, Sociology, Sports Sciences, Traffic and Transportation, Tourism and Restaurants, etc.. After 11 years of development, the company has made phenomenal progress through unremitting efforts. Until 2012, we have scholarly publishing services with more than 150 countries. Besides, the quality of papers has been further improved, which not only enhances the reputation of the journals, but also expands the influences of the company. Thank you for reading at the end of this page. If you are interested in our company and want to learn more, please spend some time on this site or contact us. And if you would like to cooperate with us, as our author, colleague, partner or in any other way, we are glad to hear from you.
Materials Science and Engineering are the names of whole fields. This attempts to serve an entire field as an umbrella journal, which is kind of like having a "Journal of Science". The topic is really broad and it's hard to see such a journal as viable.
The journal's website looks very unconvincing. It says there's a journal A and journal B is because it's been separated into two issues, which doesn't make sense. The list of editorial board members is also very strange, since it gives the country of the editor as opposed to institution, and the journal apparently doesn't have an editor-in-chief.
I'd avoid the publisher, especially if they're expecting you to pay for publication (if they're inviting you to submit, I would expect cheaper or maybe even free open access). You could try emailing some of the editorial board members to confirm.