Nikkiso Clean Energy & Industrial Gases Group Announces Expansion of Service for Middle East and Northern Africa

Nikkiso CE&IG new Service Facility for Middle East and Northern Africa

Nikkiso CE&IG new Service Facility for Middle East and Northern Africa, based in Sharjah Free Zone

TEMECULA, Calif., Jan. 30, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Nikkiso Clean Energy & Industrial Gases Group (“Group”), a part of the Nikkiso Co., Ltd (Japan) group of companies, is proud to announce yet another expansion of their manufacturing and service capabilities for the Middle East and Northern Africa markets. With this expansion, they will be providing pump and turboexpander aftermarket repairs of their full line, including J.C. Carter pumps. Their new state-of-the-art service center will allow repairs to be made locally rather than the need to ship elsewhere.

The new facility, based in the Sharjah Free Zone, was established to provide expanded support for the Middle East and Northern Africa markets. They have added field service support, and shop technicians specifically trained to support Marine, J.C. Carter, Nikkiso Cryogenic Pumps (ACD and Nikkiso Cryo) and Turboexpanders. In addition to in-shop and on-site repairs, they will provide aftermarket service.

“With this facility, we will be able to respond more quickly to our customer’s needs, providing individual support and solutions expansion. Nikkiso CE&IG will now be able to provide greater service and support to our customers with our local presence,” according to Jim Estes, President of Nikkiso Cryogenic Services.

This expansion represents their commitment to and support of the growth of the Middle Eastern and North African market.

Cryogenic Industries, Inc. (now a member of Nikkiso Co., Ltd.) member companies manufacture and service engineered cryogenic gas processing equipment (pumps, turboexpanders, heat exchangers, etc.) and process plants for Industrial Gases, and Natural Gas Liquefaction (LNG), Hydrogen Liquefaction (LH2) and Organic Rankine Cycle for Waste Heat Recovery. Founded over 50 years ago, Cryogenic Industries is the parent company of ACD, Nikkiso Cryo, Nikkiso Integrated Cryogenic Solutions, Cosmodyne and Cryoquip and a commonly controlled group of 20 operating entities.

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Fuel price adjustments announced

The Department of Mineral Resources and Energy has announced an increase in the price of petrol and 0.05% sulphur diesel from Wednesday.

Updated prices for fuel, gas and paraffin will be as follows:

Both 93 and 95 petrol will increase by 28c

Diesel 0.05% sulphur increases marginally by 9c

Diesel 0.005% sulphur will decrease slightly by 0.84c

The price of wholesale illuminating paraffin is expected to increase by 58c

Single Maximum National Retail price for illuminating paraffin will cost a further 78c

The maximum retail price for LP Gas is expected to decrease by R1.40

The department said the main factors contributing to the increases include higher prices for Brent crude oil which increased to $85.08 USD.

Furthermore, international prices for petroleum products and the strengthening of the Rand against the US Dollar also played a role.

“The movement in international refined petroleum product prices, diesel, petrol and illuminating paraffin in particular followed the increasing trend in crude oil prices, while the prices of LP Gas decreased due to lower propane and butane prices during the period under review.

“These factors led to higher contributions to the Basic Fuel Prices of petrol, diesel and illuminating paraffin by 92.74 c/l, 71.40 c/l and 78.21 c/l, respectively. The LPGas prices are decreasing due to the lower prices of Propane and Butane during the period under review,” it said.

The Rand appreciated slightly, on average, against the US Dollar – from R17.28 to R17.00 per USD – during the period under review when compared to the previous one.

“The stronger Rand led to lower contributions to the Basic Fuel Prices of petrol, diesel and illuminating paraffin by 15.97 c/l, 18.79 c/l and 19.36 c/l respectively.”

Source: South African Government News Agency

SABS urges vigilance in food purchases

With load shedding, water restrictions and the warm weather, the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) is encouraging consumers to be more vigilant when making food purchases by examining packaging and labels.

This also includes ensuring that basic food hygiene practices are observed when purchasing and preparing food.

The SABS is constantly reviewing and amending national standards to ensure that South Africans’ food sources and production processes meet the minimum requirements of food safety.

“Food and food products spoil faster in warmer and humid conditions, and it is important that everyone be more vigilant regarding food safety,” advises Sadhvir Bissoon, Acting CEO of SABS.

Retailers of food and food products need to ensure that the cold chain from suppliers to stores is in place and maintained until it is sold.

“Consumers can continue the cold chain by transporting food in cooler boxes or having it delivered direct to their homes. With rising temperatures and load shedding, consumers need to be aware of the impact of these elements on the storage of food and the potential of exposure to contamination,” Bissoon said.

Currently, the global standard for food safety is the Food Safety System Certification 22000 (FSSC 22000).

FSSC Certification is a complete food, feed and packaging safety certification scheme for the auditing and management of Food Safety Systems (FSMS). The scheme is offered and managed by the Foundation FSSC, recognised by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI).

“It is important that the entire supply chain observes and is certified to comply with the requirements of SANS/ISO 22000. The SABS offers certification for companies and offers testing and verification services to food producers.

“In addition, the SABS can certify the refrigeration/cooling units of vehicles that transport food and food products. Our suite of laboratories can identify the nutritional percentage of ingredients, pesticides and chemicals, bacteria, microbes, fungi and any other substance that may be of benefit or harm to consumers,” explains Bissoon.

The SABS offers the following tips:

• If the stores do not have generators or alternative sources of power to ensure that the refrigeration units are functional, rather purchase food that was delivered on the day or ask the store manager for confirmation of ‘fresh’ produce.

• Consumers are encouraged to examine packaging, to ensure that expiry dates are visible, packaging is not damaged and that purchases are made from reputable retailers.

• Do not purchase products that do not contain information about ingredients, nutritional information, storage advice, expiry dates, production dates or manufacturing information. If products should be refrigerated, ensure that the cooling/freezing of the products was not compromised before you purchase them.

• Transport food in cooler boxes that are cold to preserve food for longer periods of time.

• Look for verification, inspection or certification marks on products, as products that are subjected to testing and certification offer better peace of mind that the production processes and product complies to SANS/ISO 22000

• Perishable food should be purchased in smaller quantities and used up as soon as possible

• Practice good food hygiene by washing hands regularly when handling food; wash and sanitise work surfaces and food equipment, and cook food well and for long enough.

• When storing and preparing food at home, keep food separately to avoid cross contamination, especially with fresh and perishable items such as meat, fish, poultry, eggs, dairy and fresh produce.

• Consumers need to engage their senses when handling food at home. For example, if something looks and smells bad – rather throw it out or return it to the store for a refund if it has not been used.

SABS is a national standards body and does not have the regulatory authority to declare SANS 22000 or any other standard as a mandatory requirement.

“Our product certification scheme, however, addresses a recourse process when material non-compliances to the Standard are identified. SABS works with regulators and other industry bodies to set the requirements or standards for products and processes,” Bissoon said.

Bissoon said regulators such as the National Regulator for Compulsory Specifications (NRCS), the National Department of Health (NDOH), and the Department of Agriculture, Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment, have the authority to regulate certain types of food and food products, conduct inspections, and when there is a potential health issue, they have the power to recall products.

SABS has encouraged regulators to actively participate in its technical committees that develop and publish national standards that seek to improve the quality of life of citizens.

SABS is also able to offer testing and certification services regarding food safety. The SABS Training Academy offers training in FSSC 22000 and remains a licensed training partner with Foundation FSSC.

Source: South African Government News Agency

Institutions urged to register NSFAS students without upfront registration fee

Higher Education, Science and Innovation Minister, Dr Blade Nzimande, has called on all higher learning institutions to allow National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) funded students to register without paying an upfront registration fee, while the scheme is finalising the upfront payment schedule.

Nzimande made the call during a media briefing on NSFAS’s state of readiness for the 2023 academic year in Pretoria on Tuesday.

The NSFAS budget for the current financial year is projected to be R47 billion to fund approximately 900 000 NSFAS beneficiaries, a 7% increase in the number of students qualifying for NSFAS bursaries as compared to the 2022 financial year.

“Out of these qualifying students, over 60% of undergraduate students in our public university system receive support from NSFAS and well over 90% of students in Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges.

“On confirmation of the 2023 academic year allowances, an inflated linked increase of 5% on all allowances, other than the living allowance, has been effected for our universities,” Nzimande said.

The Minister announced that students at universities which provide accommodation and catering will receive a R5 460 learning material allowance and an accommodation allowance capped at R61 500.

Students at university-managed, self-catering institutions will receive an allowance for learning materials to the value of R5 460, R16 500 per annum living allowance and accommodation allowance capped at R45 000.

The Minister announced that the living allowance increment across the board will be R1 650 per month, which is 10% increment as compared to the 2022 figure.

“Living with relatives (not in private accommodation) students will receive a learning materials allowance of R5 460 and R16 500 per annum living allowance. Private off-campus accredited accommodation students will receive a learning materials allowance of R5 460, R16 500 per annum living allowance and an accommodation allowance capped at R45 000,” Nzimande said.

For TVET colleges that are own catered, Nzimande said residences will only receive an accommodation allowance to the value of R54 045 per annum, while college managed own and leased self-catered accommodation will for the first time receive a living allowance of R6000, personal care allowance of R3 045 and a maximum of R45 000 plus living allowance paid to TVET college.

“TVET students in private accommodation will receive a R6000 living allowance, R3 045 personal care allowance and R45 000 per annum accommodation allowance.

“TVET students residing less than 10km from the college, will receive a R6 000 living allowance, R3 045 personal care allowance and R7 718 travel allowance,” the Minister explained.

All allowances – apart from the living allowance increase – are in line with the 2023 NSFAS eligibility criteria and conditions for financial aid already published and shared with institutions.

Nzimande advised unsuccessful applicants to appeal NSFAS decisions by submitting the relevant supporting documents between 20 January 2023 and 20 February 2023.

NSFAS application close

Meanwhile, NSFAS applications for funding for the 2023 academic year, which opened on 28 September 2022, will officially close at midnight.

NSFAS has advised students who have applied for funding to log onto their myNSFAS accounts to track their applications.

Applicants can access their application updates on WhatsApp at 078 519 8006 or dial *120*67327 to track their 2023 application status.

Source: South African Government News Agency

Mindray présente ses solutions hospitalières intelligentes à Arab Health 2023

DUBAÏ, Émirats arabes unis30 janvier 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Mindray (« l’entreprise »), l’un des principaux fournisseurs mondiaux de dispositifs médicaux et de solutions médicales, participe à l’un des salons les plus importants et les plus respectés du domaine médical, Arab Health 2023 du 30 janvier au 2 février. L’entreprise a présenté ses solutions médicales et sa technologie révolutionnaire à plus de 50 000 visiteurs au Dubai World Trade Centre.

« En tant que partenaire de confiance pour la fourniture de solutions complètes pour les établissements de santé, Mindray repousse les limites de l’innovation pour contribuer à un écosystème médical intelligent. Cette année, nous sommes ravis de présenter nos solutions hospitalières intelligentes à un public mondial. Avec des innovations plus avancées s’adaptant au domaine médical, nous renforcerons les systèmes de santé locaux au Moyen-Orient et en Afrique », a déclaré Kewen Xu, directeur général de Mindray RDM.

L’hôpital intelligent de Mindray vise à créer un écosystème médical où les dispositifs médicaux sont intégrés dans des scénarios cliniques. Ce système relie l’ensemble des parcours préhospitaliers, intrahospitaliers et interhospitaliers des patients et permet aux appareils d’appoint de se connecter et de fonctionner de façon fluide, de faire circuler les données entre les différents services et hôpitaux, et d’améliorer l’efficacité du travail des cliniciens.

Parmi la gamme complète de produits Mindray, des solutions pour les services des urgences, les blocs opératoires, les USI, la RRAC, des solutions d’imagerie médicale et d’orthopédie sont présentées sur le stand ; la solution informatique M-Connect et la solution informatique d’imagerie médicale MiCo+ ont attiré beaucoup d’attention. À l’aide d’une interface standard, la solution informatique M-Connect permet de surveiller le patient tout en optimisant le flux de travail et en améliorant l’efficacité. Toutes les données peuvent être affichées, analysées, associées à des alarmes et communiquées à un système tiers pour obtenir un aperçu plus complet de l’état de santé du patient. De même, la solution informatique d’imagerie médicale MiCo+ relie plusieurs modalités et établissements médicaux, permettant un diagnostic à distance et une consultation en ligne pour fournir un meilleur service d’imagerie médicale.

Le système portable de surveillance des patients mWear, le système de perfusion BeneFusion i/u, le défibrillateur BeneHeart D30/D60 et la lampe chirurgicale série HyLED C ont tous été dévoilés lors du salon de cette année en tant que nouveautés du catalogue de l’entreprise pour la surveillance des patients et la réanimation. De plus, Mindray introduit un certain nombre de systèmes d’imagerie médicale tels que l’échographe portable sans fil TE Air, l’échographe diagnostique de la série TEX 20 et l’échographe diagnostique de la gamme Consona N9.

Les visiteurs du salon peuvent également observer comment les défibrillateurs automatiques externes (DEA) de la série BeneHeart C de Mindray sont déployés dans divers établissements d’une ville et manipulés via le système de gestion à distance des DEA de l’entreprise, qui peut suivre l’état de chaque DEA en temps réel, notamment leur emplacement et leur niveau de batterie, et qui simplifie la gestion de l’ensemble de la flotte d’appareils. Il fait partie des solutions d’urgence préhospitalières et permet d’encourager les initiatives pour la santé cardiaque, telles que l’initiative Dubai Heart Safe City menée par la ville hôte pour promouvoir la santé cardiaque.

Les visiteurs sont invités à s’arrêter au stand Mindray au #S1 A10 pendant la durée du salon pour voir ces solutions médicales et bien d’autres. Après Arab Health 2023, Mindray participera également au Medlab Middle East les 6 et 9 février, où elle présentera ses solutions holistiques en diagnostic in vitro.

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Mindray Demonstrates Its Smart Hospital Solutions at Arab Health 2023

DUBAI, UAE, Jan. 30, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Mindray (“the company”), a leading global provider of medical devices and solutions, is attending one of the largest and most respected exhibitions in the medical field, the Arab Health 2023 from Jan. 30 to Feb. 2. The company has exhibited its medical solutions and groundbreaking technology to over 50,000 visitors at the Dubai World Trade Centre.

“As a trusted partner in providing comprehensive solutions for healthcare facilities, Mindray is pushing the boundaries of innovation to contribute to an intelligent medical ecosystem. This year, we’re delighted to present our smart hospital solutions to global audience. With more advanced innovations adapting to the medical field, we will better empower local healthcare systems in the Middle East and Africa region,” said Kewen Xu, General Manager of Mindray ROW region.

Mindray’s Smart Hospital aims to create a medical ecosystem where medical devices are integrated into clinical scenarios. This system links the entire pre-hospital, intra-hospital, and inter-hospital journeys of patients and allows beside devices to connect and perform seamlessly, achieving data sharing between departments and hospitals, and enabling clinicians to work together more effectively.

Among Mindray’s comprehensive product portfolio from ER, OR, ICU, ERAS, Medical Imaging solutions to Orthopedics solutions at the booth, the M-Connect IT solution and MiCo+ Medical Imaging IT solution attract much attention. Utilizing a standard interface, the M-Connect IT solution provides patient-centric monitoring to optimize clinical workflow and improve efficiency. All data can be displayed, analyzed, alarmed and reported to a third-party system for a more comprehensive picture of patient health. Likewise, MiCo+ medical imaging IT Solution connects multiple modalities and medical institutions, allowing for remote diagnosis and online consultation to provide better medical imaging service.

The mWear Wearable Patient Monitor, the BeneFusion i/u Infusion System, the BeneHeart D30/D60 Defibrillator, and the HyLED C series Surgical Light were all unveiled at this year’s expo as new additions to the company’s products for patient monitoring and life support. Additionally, Mindray is introducing a number of medical imaging systems such as the TE Air Wireless Handheld Ultrasound System, TEX 20 Series Diagnostic Ultrasound System, and Consona N9 Diagnostic Ultrasound System.

Expo visitors can also see how Mindray’s BeneHeart C Series automatic external defibrillators (AEDs) are deployed in various establishments throughout a city and managed through the company’s Remote AED Management system, which can track each AED’s status in real-time, including its location and battery level, and simplifies management of the entire fleet of devices. As a part of the pre-hospital emergency solution, it empowers heart health initiatives such as the host city’s Dubai Heart Safe City, aiding in the promotion of cardiac health.

Visitors are encouraged to stop by the Mindray booth at #S1 A10 during the expo to see these and other medical solutions. Following Arab Health 2023, Mindray will also participate at Medlab Middle East on Feb. 6-9, where they will be presenting their holistic solutions in In-Vitro Diagnostics.

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Cellebrite and The Exodus Road Continue Combatting Human Trafficking in Brazil

In 2022, nine operations resulted in the direct intervention of 152 survivors and arrests of 20 perpetrators of human trafficking

PETAH TIKVA, Israel and TYSONS CORNER, Va. and COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., Jan. 30, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cellebrite DI Ltd. (Nasdaq: CLBT), a global leader in Digital Intelligence (DI) solutions for the public and private sectors, and The Exodus Road, an international nonprofit organization specializing in disrupting human trafficking, today announced the impact of their collaboration in 2022 in Brazil.

As a result of Cellebrite’s collaboration alongside The Exodus Road in Brazil with Brazil leading law enforcement organizations, nine successful operations were performed separately by the Brazil Federal Police, Border Police, and the Ministry of Public Labor in 2022.

The nine cases led to the direct intervention of 152 survivors of human trafficking and 20 perpetrators being held accountable. Despite the magnitude of this victory, the individual stories must not be overlooked. These individuals are people from all walks of life, ranging in age and nationality, who have been enslaved, exploited sexually, trafficked or forced into begging. The results from 2022 are a stark and vivid reminder that the fight against human trafficking is far from over. Cellebrite and The Exodus Road are committed to the mission of ending human trafficking in all forms.

“We are pleased to see our partnership with The Exodus Road have a significant impact in Brazil’s efforts to combat human trafficking,” said Marque Teegardin, President of Cellebrite Americas. “Cellebrite is committed to providing The Exodus Road with funding and in-kind solutions and services that support the growth of The Exodus Road’s training programs and play an important role in the fight against human trafficking.”

“In these cases and others, Cellebrite’s contributions have empowered law enforcement, through the use of training curriculum and technology, in critical points of case development,” commented Matt Parker, Co-founder and Chief Strategist at The Exodus Road. “The Exodus Road is grateful to have such a committed and robust partnership on the front lines of our work to disrupt human-trafficking crime.”

About Cellebrite

Cellebrite’s (Nasdaq: CLBT) mission is to enable its customers to protect and save lives, accelerate justice, and preserve privacy in communities around the world. We are a global leader in Digital Intelligence solutions for the public and private sectors, empowering organizations in mastering the complexities of legally sanctioned digital investigations by streamlining intelligence processes. Trusted by thousands of leading agencies and companies worldwide, Cellebrite’s Digital Intelligence platform and solutions transform how customers collect, review, analyze and manage data in legally sanctioned investigations. To learn more visit us at,, or follow us on Twitter at @Cellebrite.

About The Exodus Road
The Exodus Road is a global nonprofit disrupting the darkness of modern-day slavery by partnering with law enforcement to fight human-trafficking crime, equipping communities to protect the vulnerable and empowering survivors as they walk into freedom. Working side-by-side with local staff, NGO partners and law enforcement around the world, The Exodus Road fights to liberate trafficked individuals, arrest traffickers, and provide restorative care for survivors. Since its founding in 2012, the organization has assisted police in the rescue of more than 1900 survivors and the arrests of 1000 offenders, numbers that grow almost daily. The Exodus Road’s approach to freedom incorporates intervention, training and education, and aftercare efforts.

In September 2021, The Exodus Road launched TraffickWatch Academy: U.S., a free, online, multimedia training module that unpacks the complexities of human trafficking and educates viewers with methods for identifying signs of trafficking and how to intervene. The organization is also launching a similar training throughout Brazil designed specifically for law enforcement partners. In November, the nonprofit opened Freedom Home in Thailand to house survivors of human trafficking and sexual exploitation. The Exodus Road combats human trafficking in the U.S., Thailand, Brazil, the Philippines, India and in another Latin American country, undisclosed for security reasons.

For additional information on what you can do to help stop trafficking, please visit The Exodus Road’s website at, or on FacebookInstagramTwitter and YouTube.

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Les équipements phares de XCMG, fusion de la science-fiction et de l’innovation dans l’industrie lourde, figurent dans le blockbuster de science-fiction « The Wandering Earth II »

XUZHOU, Chine, 29 janvier 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Une flotte d’équipements personnalisés phares de XCMG (« XCMG », SHE:000425), fusion de la science-fiction et de l’innovation dans l’industrie lourde, figurent dans le blockbuster chinois de science-fiction « The Wandering Earth II », réalisé par Frant Gwo et sorti dans les salles de cinéma le jour du Nouvel An chinois. Le film sera diffusé à partir d’aujourd’hui dans les pays et régions suivants : Amérique du Nord, Royaume-Uni, Irlande, Australie, Nouvelle-Zélande, etc.

A Fusion of Sci-Fi and Heavy Industry Innovation, Flagship XCMG Machinery Equipment, A Fleet of 61 Units Equipment of 42 Models, Features in Sci-Fi Blockbuster “The Wandering Earth II”, which to be Released on Jan. 28th, 2023 in the US, Canada, UK, Ireland, Australia, etc.

De « l’ascenseur spatial » s’élevant à travers la terre et le ciel au palpitant « combat aérien », les équipements XCMG voyagent des coulisses à la scène dans la préquelle du film « The Wandering Earth ». Sorti en 2019, celui-ci est devenu l’un des films non-anglophones les plus rentables de tous les temps. S’appuyant sur sa gamme complète de produits et de solutions dans les domaines du levage, du terrassement, de la route, du travail aérien, de l’assainissement, de la sécurité et des secours d’urgence, XCMG a fourni à l’UEG (United Earth Government) du film une large gamme d’équipements et de machines opérationnelles et transformables.

« En tant que première entreprise de conception industrielle en Chine, nous avons présenté plusieurs propositions de conception de produits deux jours après avoir reçu cette mission, puis nous avons sélectionné la meilleure solution avec les réalisateurs. Nous avons obtenu un résultat idéal, comme vous pourrez le voir dans le film. Ces incroyables pièces d’« équipement du futur » ne sont pas uniquement destinées au cinéma. Elles ont été inspirées par nos produits réels qui innovent chaque jour », a déclaré Zhang Han, le designer industriel de XCMG.

XCMG a fourni 61 unités d’équipement et 42 modèles, plus de 400 ensembles de pièces détachées et d’accessoires d’atelier et 61 ensembles de modèles 3D au cours de la production du film, de la planification à l’opération sur place en passant par la peinture, l’équipement, le personnel et la logistique. Un total de 319 membres du personnel de XCMG ont travaillé sur ce projet.

L’une des pièces d’équipement les plus prisées du film est la pelle-araignée ET120, aussi connue sous le nom de « Mante d’acier ». Conçue pour les opérations de secours d’urgence en environnement difficile et sur des sites sinistrés, la ET120 peut « marcher » sur les plateaux, les bois, les ravins, les marécages et la haute montagne comme s’il s’agissait d’un sol ferme, tout en étant équipée pour installer divers outils permettant d’effectuer différentes tâches telles que l’excavation, le levage, l’abattage, l’extinction d’incendie, le concassage, la saisie et le forage à des altitudes allant jusqu’à 4 500 mètres et des températures descendant à moins 40 degrés Celsius.

En outre, le film présente des dizaines de technologies innovantes que XCMG a développées pour des utilisations dans des conditions extrêmes. Plus d’un tiers des équipements présentés dans le film sont des modèles sans équipage et à énergie nouvelle, comme l’AGV.

« La « Mante d’acier » du film est un vrai « Transformer » et, comme vous pourrez le voir en regardant le film, XCMG transforme la science-fiction en réalité grâce aux merveilles de notre ingénierie industrielle. Je suis très fier de ce que nous avons créé », a déclaré M. Gwo.

De l’introduction de technologies de produits provenant de l’étranger à la maîtrise de technologies fondamentales d’une importance capitale, XCMG a mis en place une R&D redoutable grâce à la collaboration mondiale, afin de devenir l’un des trois premiers fabricants d’engins de chantier au monde.

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