Harbin looks to world power market

Jul 14, 1997 02:00 AM

June 25, 1997 The Harbin Power Station Engineering Corp. (HPSEC) in Northeast China has made headway in expanding its presence in the world market by attracting contracts involving $ 1 billion over the past few years. The latest statistics show that in the first half of this year, HPSEC has contracted for constructing power stations in the Philippines and Malaysia, with the volume of business hitting $ 300 million. The corporation, the country's largest generating equipment manufacturer and power station engineering contractor, consists of the electrical machinery plant, the steam turbine plant and the boiler plant.
To grab a bigger share in the international power engineering market, the corporation has launched large-scale international co-operation and exchanges with many well-known companies. It has contracted for a power station in Pakistan by joining hands with the GE company of the US and launched power projects in the Southeast Asian countries in conjunction with ABB.

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