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Sinomach eyes BRI, GDI projects



China is trying to lay the basis for a fairer and safer world, with a common vision to build a prosperous shared future for mankind. The concept of building a community with a shared future for mankind conforms to the trend of the times. Other initiatives such as the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and the Global Development Initiative (GDI) correspond to the fundamental requirements of global governance, and have made essential contributions to international development.

With many countries developing projects for public well-being to pursue better social and economic development, Sinomach, a Chinese leading engineering construction services provider, is further expanding its business presence in overseas markets to maintain robust growth in the coming years.

The company's commitment to bringing prosperity to all has gained attention from influential media outlets in China such as People's Daily, which has published stories that highlight Sinomach's contributions to supporting developing countries and strengthening international development cooperation.

Padma water works improve people's lives in Bangladesh

The Padma Water Treatment Plant, which was undertaken by Sinomach subsidiary China CAMC Engineering Co Ltd (CAMCE) in Bangladesh, provides clean and safe surface drinking water for local people, and greatly enhances the capacity to supply purified water to the capital Dhaka, benefiting about three million residents.


Aerial view of the Padma Water Treatment Plant in Bangladesh [Photo/CAMCE]

The project, an important BRI cooperative undertaking for public well-being between China and Bangladesh, has contained the geological hazards caused by the excessive exploitation of local groundwater, improved the sanitary conditions, and played an important role in promoting local economic development and environmental protection.

Pokhara int'l airport brings a brighter future to Nepal

Chinese-built Pokhara International Airport, which was undertaken by Sinomach subsidiary CAMCE, has been handed over to Nepal. The airport is China's largest aid project in Nepal and a key Belt and Road cooperation project between the two countries.


Front view of Pokhara International Airport [Photo/CAMCE]

The new airport is aimed at encouraging tourism in the Pokhara region, which is one of the popular tourist destinations in the country. The current airport has a short runway that has been experiencing technical difficulties.

The project, identified as Nepal's National Project of Honor, is expected to provide improved air transportation services for the growing number of international and domestic passengers and cargo. In addition, it will strengthen the country's civil aviation sector and contribute to economic and social development, as well as tourism.

Chinese builders enhance efforts in infrastructure construction of Africa

Sinomach subsidiary China Machinery Engineering Corporation (CMEC) has built two stadiums for Limbe and Bafoussam, two important cities in Cameroon. The projects have raised the level of the country's sport competition and infrastructure construction and brought a number of job opportunities, greatly improving the local people's lives.


Cameroon Limbe Stadium Project [Photo/CMEC]


Cameroon Bafoussam Stadium Project [Photo/CMEC]

Sinomach subsidiary SUMEC Group Corporation (SUMEC) has undertaken an affordable-housing project in Ecuador to improve the living environment of local people. The important BRI project for public well-being has employed and fostered a number of experienced workers and created a large number of job opportunities.


Affordable houses built by SUMEC in Ecuador [Photo/SUMEC]

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