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Sinomach enhances efforts to develop South Asia, South America and Africa markets


CMEC to help improve urban roads in Peru

Sinomach subsidiary China Machinery Engineering Corporation (CMEC) has worked with Zhejiang First Hydro & Power Construction Group, a highly qualified contractor in hydroelectric construction, to undertake a highway upgrading project in Huancavelica, a city in Peru, which is much less developed than the rest of the country.

Peru's President Pedro Castillo attended the project's opening ceremony, saying that tens of thousands of local residents will benefit from the project.


The opening ceremony of the Peru Huancavelica Road Renovation and Upgrading Project. Pedro Castillo (C), president of Peru, attends the event. [Photo/CMEC]

Speaking highly of the project, Castillo noted that the bad roads in Huancavelica have greatly affected the sale of local produce, not allowing farmers to earn their living expenses for their hard work.

"I believe that with the help of our Chinese friends, we will be able to complete the project successfully and benefit local farmers and people to the greatest extent," said the president.

The 31-kilometer road renovation project, with a value of 295 million yuan ($46.34 million), will take 360 days to complete.

It is the first road project and the second national project CMEC has won in Peru after the extension and improvement works on the drinking water and sewerage system in the capital city Lima, which paved the way for the company's business development in the South American country.

CAMCE completes rural road construction project in Zambia

Sinmach affiliate China CAMC Engineering Co Ltd (CAMCE) has received the completion certificate issued by the Zambian government's Road Development Agency for the road construction project in Chibombo, a district of Central Province, Zambia.


Urban roads in Zambia's Chibombo District, built by CAMCE [Photo/CAMCE]

Initiated in June 2019, the project included four rural roads with a total length of 247.9 kilometers. Facing the impact of COVID-19 and major changes unseen in a century, overseas construction conditions deteriorated. CAMCE managed to ensure the project's smooth progress, winning praise from the local people and a good reputation in the Zambian engineering contracting sector.

Sinomach is committed to cooperating with Zambia to improve the country's infrastructure. The project has revitalized rural traffic and promoted trade between Chibombo and surrounding areas, playing an important role in boosting local economic development.

CHMC signs Bangladesh non-woven production line project

Sinomach subsidiary China National Heavy Machinery Corporation (CHMC) recently signed a project for a non-woven production line with Bangladesh Aman Cement Mills Ltd.

CHMC has made full use of its advantages in the Bangladesh market, and makes unceasing efforts to further its local business. The project marks a great breakthrough of the company in the emerging field. It was the third project CHMC had signed with a Bangladeshi customer this year.

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