CIMC ENRIC & econet china signed a strategic partnership agreement


econet china emerged as an open platform, coordinated by the German Chamber of Commerce Greater China, to promote Sino-German cooperation in building, energy and environmental industries. Demonstrating econet china’s engagement to support Asian companies in cooperation with German environmental companies, China International Marine Containers CIMC (CIMC ENRIC) and econet china signed a cooperation agreement in May.

As the world’s largest container producer, CIMC ENRIC is the Hong Kong main board listed company, based in the energy industry, chemical industry and food equipment industry, providing key equipments, engineering services and system solutions for transportation, storage and processing. CIMC ENRIC has been dedicated to better human life and has made an outstanding contribution to the environment. It corresponds with econet china’s mandate to promote sustainability.

In China, its production plants are located in Shijiazhuang and Langfang of Hebei province, Bengbu of Anhui province, Jingmen of Hubei province, and Nantong and Zhangjiagang of Jiangsu province whereas in Europe, they are in Emmen and Sneek in Netherlands, Randers in Denmark, and Menen in Belgium. All the plants are equipped with state-of-the-art production facilities for pressure vessels, tank containers, and storage and transportation equipment for liquid foods and chemicals, supported by strong research and development capability of the Group.


In order to better understand and learn from the advanced experience from Germany in the field of environmental protection, CIMC ENRIC and econet china signed the strategic partnership agreement, whereby econet china will assist CIMC ENRIC to strengthen their positioning as an  environmental-friendly company on the market and help CIMC ENRIC to enlarge their network with advanced German know-know, technology  and service providers in the environmental field.


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