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Sinomach subsidiaries develop business in South Asia, Africa


The two-day Eighth Ministerial Conference of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation, which concluded on November 30, reviewed the FOCAC's achievements since its establishment in 2000 and vowed to take China-Africa cooperation to a higher level.

The theme of the conference was "Deepen China-Africa Partnership and Promote Sustainable Development to Build a China-Africa Community with a Shared Future in the New Era".

The two sides will more effectively tap into the complementary aspects of each side's economies and further strengthen win-win cooperation to improve people's well-being.

Sinomach as a leading Chinese builder in overseas markets is committed to bolstering the burgeoning cooperation between China and Africa as well as all countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).

New garbage-burning power plant to be built in Senegal

China National Electric Engineering Co Ltd (CNEEC), an affiliate of Sinomach, has recently partnered with Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories (MERL), a US subsidiary of the corporate research and development organization of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, to build a 10-megawatt (MW) garbage-burning power plant in Senegal.

The world's advanced Martin Waste-to-Energy (WTE) Technology will be applied in the project, along with a WTE incineration plant which is capable of handling 450 tons of waste every day. The project also includes a waste heat boiler, systems for flue-gas treatment and dust removal, and a 10 MW condensing unit.

The project aims to help local people deal with household solid waste and improve the urban environment. It is designed to increase the share of non-fossil fuels in the country's primary energy consumption through harmless treatment, reduction, and resource utilization for solid waste disposal, which will ease the local supply and transportation pressure of coal and other fuels and optimize the structure of the energy sources industry. Economic and social benefits will also be brought with the project.

CHMC undertakes Bangladesh cement grinding station

CHMC receives a letter of credit for the Bangladesh project, displayed by representatives from both sides in a group photo. [Photo/CHMC]

China National Heavy Machinery Corporation (CHMC), a subsidiary of Sinomach, recently received a letter of credit issued by the project of a cement grinding station in Bangladesh, which was signed in August this year. The project is entering the implementation stage.

The station is a cement production line with annual output of 1.5 million tons, which includes the transportation and storage of cement raw materials, cement grinding, and cement storage and packaging. CHMC is set to undertake the overall design, equipment supply, installation and debugging of the project.