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Delegation of Infrastructure from Developing Countries Visits SHANTUI


A 33-member delegation of Infrastructure Development Strategy and Planning from developing countries visited SHANTUI on May 22, 2018, accompanied by China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Machinery and Electronic Products (CCCME). The visitors were warmly received by Ruan Jiuzhou, Deputy General Manager of SHANTUI Import and Export Company and personnel from related business departments.

Ruan extended his warm welcome to visitors and sincerely appreciated the chance given by CCCME of introducing and showing SHANTUI to the overseas visitors. The visiting and exchange enhance mutual understanding, promoting in-depth communication between SHANTUI and developing countries and exploring more channels and chances for cooperation for joint development and win-win future.

The visiting delegation is composed of 29 government leaders and experts from 10 countries, including Malawi, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Czech Republic, Vietnam, Uganda, Azerbaijan, Vanuatu, Congo (Kinshasa) and Zambia. The delegation made in-depth understanding of SHANTUI via visiting and talks. During the talks, SHANTUI introduced the visitors the company’s background, development history, quality certification, industrial footprints, all products, marketing network and social responsibilities. The visitors visited forging shop of crawler wheel, crawler chassis VOLVO shop and assembling line of bulldozer business division and enjoyed the operation show of bulldozer. The visitors were shocked at China’s manufacturing capability and highly praised SHANTUI. Officials from Zambia and Ghana also introduced their infrastructure development situation and future plans and sincerely hoped to cooperate with SHANTUI.

The visiting not only enhanced the governments’ understanding of SHANTUI and its products, but also created chances for market exploring in developing countries to help SHANTUI with win-win development and wide cooperation with local governments.