CNBC, OSA and Jimo City Negotiated on Green Building Technology Exchange
Date: November 17, 2014
On November 14, Hao Zhenhua, Vice Party Secretary of CNBM and President of CNBC welcomed Mr. Francisco, CEO of OSA, a Spanish company and Sun Mingming, Vice Mayor of Jimo city, Shandong province. The parties exchanged ideas on green building technical collaboration.
Following a warm welcome, Hao Zhenhua introduced CNBM’s business circumstance of main business platforms, especially the progresses made by CNBC, the main business platform to implement the “three new” strategy, that is, new building materials, pre-fab housing and new energy materials. The measurement and achievement in exploring domestic and international markets and improving technology strength made by CNBC in the areas of policy real estate, PC new housing and hi-tech insulation materials were highlighted.
OSA as a leading enterprise in Spanish PC new housing industry had a construction experience of over 40 years in the pre-fab housing construction.Mr. Francisco introduced OSA’s technical achievements and expressed the willingness to cooperate with CNBC in PC new housing.He said that OSA thought highly of CNBC’s good image as a central enterprise in China and the market advantage as a Top 500 enterprise in China building materials PC business, and hoped to cooperate in the areas of PC materials, prefabricate units and green building to jointly promote the publicity and development of green building in China.
Hao Zhenhua was willing to work with OSA to further discuss the exchange and cooperation.At the same time,he appreciated Jimo city’s effort in promoting the collaboration. In the future CNBC will conduct multilevel collaboration with the city to support the local economic development.
It is reported that in October this year,the Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and German Chancellor Merkel witnessed the signing of agreement between CNBC and AGN,which greatly improved its industry influence and corporate image.In less than one month,a number of enterprises and institutions have expressed the desires of working with CNBC.