CARAGA, Philippines, May 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Committed to bringing a better future to Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) countries through active participation in major infrastructure projects, XCMG’s concrete pumps and mixers have recently been put into use in a road bridge project in Caraga, Philippines that will benefit the local people’s livelihood, as well as the region’s economy.
“Just like this bridge project in the Philippines, XCMG’s equipment is playing an active and crucial role in various infrastructure projects in BRI countries across Asia and Africa including harbors, piers, railways, highways, industrial parks and public infrastructure facilities,” said Wang Min, chairman of XCMG.
XCMG has participated in a series of infrastructure projects since the BRI was launched in 2013. With its 30 years of experience, XCMG’s infrastructure projects are helping countries in northeastern Africa to advance the industrialization process and build the “African dream.”
In Kenya, XCMG’s ZL50G loaders and QY50K truck cranes have helped to construct the challenging Mombasa-Nairobi and Nairobi-Malabar railways. The QY25K-II truck cranes are now working on the Bole International Airport terminal expansion project in Ethiopia and the XE215C excavator has worked 6,000 hours in the Hassai Gold Mine in the Sahara.
“It has taken XCMG three years to plan, develop and carry out our projects as part of the BRI, and as an industry leader that firmly believes in its motto of ‘Advanced and Endurable,’ XCMG is proud to be part of the BRI that not only builds roads and bridges, but also improves lives,” Wang said.
XCMG is a multinational heavy machinery manufacturing company with a history of 74 years. It currently ranks ninth in the world’s construction machinery industry. The company exports to more than 177 countries and regions around the world.