Export sales of Mexin Doors increase by 7% annually
CHONGQING (CQNEWS) -- With the aid of the Belt and Road Initiative, doors made in Chongqing are sold globally!
Chongqing Mexin Group has delivered the doors and windows required by the Myanmar National Center for Disease Control & Health Care Training Center, part of China's Aid to Myanmar Project. The doors and windows are currently being installed and it’s expected that they will be completed this December. Mexin Group aims to supply high-quality products made in Chongqing for the construction of medical infrastructure in Myanmar.
On the tenth anniversary of the Belt and Road Initiative, Chongqing Mexin Group has made remarkable achievements in all six economic corridors, especially in the Central Asia-West Asia route and the Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar route.
Last year, Mexin Group supplied more than 70,000 doors and windows for the Central Asia-West Asia economic corridor. In addition to Stadium 974 for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, Mexin Group also supplies 48,000 sets of steel doors for 16,848 rooms and supporting buildings of the Al Wakrah fan village, with an export value of 5.5 million US dollars.
Thanks to its participation in the World Cup, the exported doors of Mexin Group have enhanced its popularity and gained recognition from customers. In the future, the company will bid for more projects in Doha and Lusail, and the foreign trade orders will continue to increase accordingly.
Mexin Group has supplied over 10,000 doors for 8,000 new residents in the Special Economic Zone of Boten in Laos.
In addition, Mexin Group has signed contracts for constructing the Siem Reap International Airport terminals and the renovation of Cambodia APD Bank. It also cooperated with TBEA to undertake the project of power grid systems expansion and upgrading in the Dhaka region, Bangladesh, with a contract amount of more than 8 million yuan.
“The power grid stations cover a wide area in Dhaka and are distributed dispersedly, which requires timely supply of goods and efficient transportation. We are confident that we can make this a benchmark project,” said Tang Jie, the head of Mexin Group. (Translated by Yuki, Fathom Language Limited)