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POWERCHINA signs purchase orders worth $162m at CIIE

Updated: 2020-11-09

POWERCHINA signed purchase orders worth $162 million with seven international companies during the third China International Import Expo (CIIE) in Shanghai in East China on Nov 6.

The scope of procurement contracts covered various categories of wood, special alloys, power system equipment and wind turbines.

The introduction of advanced equipment, technology and services will help deepen the company's supply chain. Through the process, POWERCHINA will continue to promote the improvement of the production technology and efficiency of its enterprises and enhance its own high-quality development.

As the world's biggest power engineering contractor and designer, POWERCHINA is deeply involved in the Belt and Road construction and is actively promoting cooperation in international capacity.

For a long time, the world's leading brand manufacturers had provided a strong backing for the company's engineering construction and equipment manufacturing, becoming an indispensable link in the development of its global value chain.

During the CIIE, POWERCHINA will also hold talks with overseas exhibitors and contractors. It will discuss new areas of industrial cooperation and market matchmaking and how to continue to improve long-term international cooperation mechanisms.

POWERCHINA signs purchase orders worth $162m at CIIE

POWERCHINA Guizhou Engineering Co signs a wind turbine purchase agreement with Demark turbine maker Vestas Wind Systems A/S during the 3rd CIIE on Nov 6. [Photo/POWERCHINA]

POWERCHINA signs purchase orders worth $162m at CIIE

Sinohydro Bureau 8 Co, a subsidiary of POWERCHINA, signs a contract to buy crushing machinery purchase with Swedish company Sandvik on Nov 6. [Photo/POWERCHINA]