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CHMC launches power construction in Cambodian capital

An opening ceremony of the Cambodia 500KV Power Transmission and Transformation Project (Phnom Penh section) is held by CHMC to mark the start of construction. Members of the project team pose for a group photo. [Photo/CHMC]
Sinomach subsidiary China National Heavy Machinery Corporation (CHMC) recently held an opening ceremony for a 500-kilovolt (KV) power transformer project in Cambodia, to mark the official launch of the remaining project in Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia.
The 500KV power project, generally contracted by CHMC, is designed to build two transmission lines: one from Cambodia's Stung Treng province to its border with Laos, with the other starting in Phnom Penh. It is also expected to expand the single-ended substations.
The section in the Cambodia-Laos border area was completed last year and put into service.
The project is the first 500KV power line in Cambodia. Once operational, the national grid of Cambodia will be among the highest voltage levels in Southeast Asia, and will support the power connectivity between Cambodia and neighboring Thailand, Laos and Vietnam, which is of great strategic importance to Cambodia's power development.
SINOCONST builds up milling workshop for Belarusian agro-industrial complex
Workers check the running state of the machines in the milling workshop. [Photo/SINOCONST]
A milling workshop of the agricultural and industrial complex project in Belarus, which was undertaken by China Machinery Industry Construction Group (SINOCONST), recently came into operation.
Located in Minsk, capital of Belarus, the project includes a comprehensive experimental building, a milling workshop, a wet-type separation plant and supporting infrastructure.
As a representative of the green economy of Belarus, the project will help the country fill the technological gap in the field of biotechnology, and will create value for import substitution and product exports in Belarus.