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Aiways Automobile Europe GmbH

Aiways expands market presence in Europe and sets up European spare parts warehouse26.11.2020 11:00:00 CET | Aiways Automobile Europe GmbH

Central spare parts warehouse Amsterdam currently to be established Supply of national service partners ensured within 1-3 days Around 600 spare parts always in stock Shanghai/Munich, 26. November 2020 - Aiways, a Start-up for electric mobility based in Shanghai, is expanding its European market presence. With its first battery-electric vehicle, the company aims to drive forward the electrification of individual mobility in Europe with a convincing product at a fair price. Following the sales launch of the battery electric Aiways U5 in Germany, customers in the Netherlands have also been able to order the innovative SUV since last week. Parallel to the expansion course, the start-up from Shanghai is setting up a European spare parts warehouse in order to be able to serve the service partners in the countries with fast reactions. The central warehouse will be located in the Fokker Logistik Park Schiphol near Amsterdam, with good transport connections, on an operating area of around 12,0

CRSBG's contributions strengthen the world's infrastructure projects across industries26.11.2020 08:49:33 CET | China Railway Shanhaiguan Bridge Group

(Qinhuangdao): In October, China Railway Shanhaiguan Bridge Group Co, a subsidiary of China Railway Hi-Tech Industry Co, reached a significant milestone with the opening of the new Slussen Bridge in Stockholm, capital of Sweden. CRSBG supplied the steel structures and key parts to its ninth steel bridge project in Europe. Prior to that, it supplied steel structures to bridge projects in the United States. CRSBG also executed bridge projects in Ethiopia, Chad and Tanzania. Construction of bridges and export projects are part of its activities in economies participating in the Belt and Road Initiative. The latest project is located in a historical, pedestrianized public space arranged around a navigation lock in downtown Stockholm, where the city's land and water transportation hubs meet. The Slussen area of Stockholm has been rebuilt every century since the 1600s according to the needs of the time. The new bridge is a gigantic structure featuring variable-cross-sectioned steel box girde
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