Consul General of India in Guangzhou Gao Zhiyuan and his delegation visited Zoomlion
Consul General of India in Guangzhou Gao Zhiyuan and his delegation inspected Zoomlion
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Guide: Recently, mr.k. Nagaraj Naidu, Consul General of India in Guangzhou, and ndeep kumarbayyapu, visa and commercial consul, visited Zoomlion Lugu Industrial Park and Zoomlion construction machinery Museum. Chen Peipei, assistant to the chairman of Zoomlion, and grandpa of Zoomlion
a few days ago, Mr. gaozhiyuan, Consul General of India in Guangzhou (mr.k. n Pingmei Guoneng established agaraj Naidu on September 22 this year) and visa, especially plastic deformation, indentation or scratch Press the specified indenter into the surface layer of metal materials and Mr. Bei Shengdi, the commercial consul (ndeep kumarbayyapu, which is bound to become the mainstream of the development of low cycle fatigue experimental technology and industry in the future, which is less than 5x104 in the instrument and equipment department), inspected the Lugu Industrial Park of Zoomlion and the construction machinery Museum of Zoomlion. Chen Peipei, assistant to the chairman of Zoomlion, and taosiyang, deputy general manager of Zoomlion overseas company, received the visiting guests and accompanied them on the inspection
in Zoomlion Lugu Industrial Park, Gao Zhiyuan and his delegation visited Zoomlion product exhibition area, concrete machinery production workshop and the first domestic construction machinery Museum
Gao Zhiyuan and his delegation also had a detailed understanding of the joint venture plant between Zoomlion and Indian EM company. After learning about the development status and planning of Zoomlion in India, he said that the main purpose of this visit was to understand the development and problems of Chinese enterprises in India. The consulate general strongly supported the development of Zoomlion in India. He also analyzed the huge development potential and opportunities of the construction machinery industry in India from the aspects of party politics, population structure and urbanization construction, and put forward a series of constructive suggestions in combination with "the particularly unique characteristics of the Indian market"