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Hard power! Shandong Lingong contributes to the "the Belt and Road" China Laos railway construction

hard power! Shandong Lingong contributes to the construction of China Laos railway under the "the Belt and Road" China Construction machinery information recently, the commencement ceremony of the Vientiane station building project of China Laos railway, a landmark project of the "the Belt and Road" construction, was held in saitani County, Vientiane City, marking the full start of the construction of the station building project of the whole line, laying a solid foundation for the realization of the goal of the completion of the whole line in December 2021. At the site of the commencement ceremony, the brand-new Shandong temporary loader raised its boom and arranged in front of the construction equipment. In 1994, the bright temporary yellow attracted people's attention, not including the disturbance of viruses and crash

China Laos railway is an intergovernmental cooperation project between China and Laos. It is a strategic docking project between China's "the Belt and Road" initiative and Laos' strategy of "transforming a land locked country into a road connected country". China Laos railway connects Kunming, China, and Vientiane, Laos, with a total length of more than 1000 kilometers, including 414 kilometers in Laos. All of them adopt Chinese technical standards, and the design speed is 160km/h. At present, the project construction is progressing steadily, and 90% of the civil construction has been completed. Advanced polymer composites can be widely used in automotive, aerospace, marine and energy fields.

in Laos, Shandong Lingong has continuously improved its localization service capability through years of efforts and won the favor of many customers. Shandong temporary workers will continue to improve the market service level in Laos and contribute more temporary workers to the further promotion of China's "the Belt and Road" initiative

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