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Opportunities arising from and for BRI cooperation


Sinomach, a leading State-owned enterprise in equipment manufacturing and emerging business development, has seized the opportunities brought by China's Belt and Road Initiative, especially in energy cooperation and machinery and equipment exports. The company's BRI-related projects have also promoted solidarity and cooperation for mutual benefit and win-win results.

Sinomach subsidiaries help West Africa improve power facilities

The substations to support the Nouakchott-Nouadhibou 225/90kV high-voltage transmission line in Mauritania have started operation. Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Ghazouani attended the project's ribbon-cutting ceremony.


Mauritanian President Mohamed Ould Ghazouani attends the commissioning ceremony of the Nouakchott-Nouadhibou 225/90kV high-voltage transmission line supporting substations. [Photo/CAMCE]

The project was undertaken by Sinomach subsidiary China CAMC Engineering Co Ltd (CAMCE). It has expanded one substation and built three new ones for the high voltage network.

The project will greatly improve the power supply capacity of local enterprises and promote the country's economic development, said Ould Mohamed Salah, Minister of Petroleum, Energy, and Mines.

In addition to improving power access in the region along the line, the project is also of great significance to the development of local natural gas, solar energy, wind energy and energy exports to neighboring countries.

Another subsidiary of Sinomach China Machinery Engineering Corporation (CMEC) ensured the smooth construction of power communication cables and a dispatching center building on two lots of the National Load Dispatch Center in Yamoussoukro, capital of Cote d'Ivoire.

The project, another landmark project of friendship between China and Cote d'Ivoire, was recently completed. Patrick Achi, prime minister of Cote d'Ivoire, attended the completion ceremony. It is the second national load dispatch center in Cote d'Ivoire, and has fostered more space for bilateral cooperation.


CMEC undertook the construction of a dispatching center building in No 5 lot. [Photo/CMEC]

The project will enable real-time monitoring of Cote d'Ivoire's power network and remote control of power plants and electric power systems. The center will also connect with power systems of neighboring countries, contributing to the stability and development of the whole West African region.

YTO tractors leave for Kuwait

Two forklifts produced by Sinomach subsidiary YTO Group Corporation (YTO) were shipped to Kuwait on March 15, and are expected to arrive there in about a month.


The two YTO forklifts are ready to sail for Kuwait. [Photo/CMEC]

It is the second order placed by the Kuwaiti customer for YTO products. The customer said that he placed the order because of the excellent performance of the two YTO-LX904 tractors he had previously bought.

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