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Sinomach ensures smooth progress of BRI projects



With a view to building a global community with a shared future, the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) upholds the principles of extensive consultation, joint contribution, and shared benefits. Led by those principles, Sinomach makes unrelenting efforts to deepen cooperation with countries involved in the initiative in a bid to stimulate their economic and social development and improve their people's livelihoods, and to build a community with a shared future for mankind.

CMEC-contracted power plant in Pakistan closer to completion

The first gas turbine generator of the Pakistan Jhang Power Station Project, undertaken by Sinomach subsidiary China Machinery Engineering Corporation (CMEC), has been connected to the grid. The first phase of the project will be completed in 14 months and will produce 810 megawatts (MW) of electricity, while the completion of the project in 26 months will raise that figure to 1,263 megawatts.


CMEC team members celebrate launch of the first gas turbine generator of the Pakistan Jhang Power Station. [Photo/CMEC]

Electricity will be available in abundance for the trade, agriculture and industrial sectors in Pakistan, and the country will also be able to sell electricity to India, Afghanistan and Iran.

CMEC will speed up the construction and commissioning of the remaining parts of the project to help solve local power shortages as soon as possible.

CHMC hydropower project in Laos progresses smoothly

The Nam Ngum 4 hydropower project in Laos, which is constructed by Sinomach affiliate China National Heavy Machinery Corporation (CHMC), has installed the rotor of the No 1 generator unit, which means it is nearing completion.

There will be three 80MW turbine/generator units with a total capacity of 240 MW and the ability to generate 872 GWH a year.


CHMC project members pose for a group photo at a ceremony to celebrate the rotor installation. [Photo/CMEC]

China's foreign aid cooperation project with Benin on cotton planting continues in 2022

The opening ceremony of the annual training class of 2022 themed on mechanized operation technology of cotton planting and maintenance of agricultural machinery was recently held in Benin. It is an aid project sponsored by China to help Benin accelerate agricultural mechanization.

The event was co-hosted by a cotton-planting technical team supporting Benin of China CTEXIC Corporation (CTEXIC), an affiliate of Sinomach subsidiary China Hi-Tech Group Corporation, the Benin Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, and Fisheries, and the Benin Cotton Association.

The project is helping Benin improve the technologies of cotton seed breeding, selection and refinement, as well as those of advance agricultural operations including mechanized sowing and field management.


A Chinese expert shows how to use new agricultural equipment. [Photo/CHTC]


Locals practice operating a tractor. [Photo/CHTC]

CTEXIC has agreed to undertake the project since 2013, and this year marks the third training session. A decade of efforts by CTEXIC has changed the fortunes of many Benin farmers. They have acquired skills to make a living and have become prosperous. The project champions the spirit of China-Africa friendship and cooperation and has been showered with praise for bringing benefits to local people.

The expert team of the third training session consists of seven people from different agricultural majors such as management, cultivation and machinery. In addition to promoting local cotton planting, they will introduce more diverse types of Chinese agricultural machinery products and cultivate qualified operators and maintainers. The increased cotton productivity means a brighter future for cotton farmers can be expected in the near future.

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