Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd Signed Pakistan Askari Cement Waste Heat Power Generation Project
Source: Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd
Date: Jan 6, 2017
On January 4, Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd signed a contract with Askari Cement Limited affiliated to Fauji Soldiers’ Foundation for the 7.5 MW waste heat power generation project and a cement production line with a daily output of 3700 tons. It is another cooperative result after the completion of Fauji cement first-phase waste heat power generation project and the signing of the second-phase project. Hu Yeming, President of Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd, General Khalid Nawaz, Chairman of Fauji Foundation, General Ali Khan, general manager of Fauji Cement Limited and General Mustafa, general manager of Askari Cement Limited have attended the ceremony.
In their talks, Khalid Nawaz has reviewed the good cooperation of both sides in Fauji cement first-phase waste heat power generation project, and expressed his admiration for the responsible attitudes and professional competence of Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd manifested in project implementation and post-services. Hu Yeming has expressed gratitude for the support and assistance given by Fauji Foundation in project implementation, and introduced the major businesses, technical level and equipment manufacturing capability of Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd in detail to Khalid Nawaz. After informed that Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd has not only high technical level and market share in the industry of cement waste heat power generation but also provides various services such as industrial energy saving, building energy conservation and new building materials technical equipment, Khalid Nawaz has expressed his keen interests and invited the expert team of Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd to inspect and investigate the enterprises affiliated to Fauji Foundation and to discuss the cooperation matters of other industrial circles apart from cement.
Fauji Soldiers’ Foundation is the largest enterprise group in Pakistan with more than 80 subordinated groups and enterprises, covering 18 industries including cement, electric power, petroleum, ports and finance. With the progressive implementation of the national “the Belt and Road Initiative”, the economic cooperation between China and Pakistan has becoming increasingly closer, and the construction of China-Pakistan economic corridor has also brought huge business opportunities for enterprises in the two countries. Sinoma Energy Conservation Ltd will seize tightly the historic opportunity, actively participate in the international capacity cooperation, continue to expand its business in Pakistan and further enhance its market competitiveness.