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XCMG plays a key role in promoting infrastructure development in Africa

Nairobi, Kenya, March 23 / PRNewswire / XCMG is now working on the Nairobi Expressway project, which has already exported 2,000 units of heavy machinery to Kenya.

Cranes and excavations with the rotary drilling rig and asphalt mills of XCMG (SZ 000425), a leading Chinese construction machine manufacturer, play a key role in the Nairobi Expressway project, which, once completed, will be part of the Nagore Highway connecting the Jomo Kenyatta The international airport will be connected to the west. With these machines, the number of equipment has now increased to over 2,000 units since XCMG began exporting to build infrastructure in Kenya.

“We see great potential for African countries and China as part of our complementary development. We have experience with construction technology and high quality construction equipment so everyone can benefit,” said XCMG’s VP. Johnson Liu said. “We are very proud of the friendship and cooperation between Africa and China.”

XCMG was one of the first Chinese construction companies to enter the African market. To expand sales in Kenya and provide on-site comprehensive customer service, XCMG established a subsidiary in Nairobi in 2011, which not only provides high quality products to support rapid infrastructure development in Kenya, but also post-sales comprehensive services.

Across the continent, XCMG engines are found in major construction projects such as: the Djibouti port, the burqa-mill road section of the Kompolcha-Patti-Mill road in Ethiopia, the Neo National Stadium in Kenya and many more. 198 units of XCMG engines were involved in the construction of the Mombasa-Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway project in Kenya, and 1,000 units of equipment worth $ 150 million were involved in the construction of the Tangot refinery project in Nigeria.

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XCMG It now has six subsidiaries and has set up more than 30 spare parts service centers in Africa. With more than 30 Level 1 dealers, the company’s sales and service network now covers almost all sub-Saharan African countries. Elite managers and service technicians provide professional sales support, aftermarket and spare parts services to customers.

In addition, since 2016, XCMG has been running a number of charitable projects in Kenya, Angola and the Democratic Republic of Congo, including the Mosquito Net Donation Launch in 2018, the XCMG Scholarship Program and African Water Underground Project XCMG has received much praise and appreciation for helping Africa overcome water shortages during the dry season.

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