China National Machinery Import and Export Corporation

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China National Machinery Import and Export Corporation
Native name
中国机械进出口(集团)有限公司(“中机公司”)
Subsidiary
Founded1950
Headquarters,
China
Area served
Worldwide
Key people
Wang Xusheng (王旭升) (President)
ParentChina General Technology Group (Genertec)
WebsiteCMC Genertec Global

China National Machinery Import and Export Corporation (CMC) is a Chinese international engineering contractor and subsidiary of China General Technology Group. It is a contractor in a range of projects, mainly industrial facilities and power plants.

Projects[edit]

One of the company's key international projects, completed in 2014, was the construction of the Ankara-Istanbul high-speed railway with China Railway Construction Corporation Limited and Turkish consortium partners.[1]

In 2013–2019, CMC extended Sri Lanka's Coastal line from Matara to Beliatta.[2] The line had terminated in Matara since 1895,[3] and the extension to Beliatta was the first new railway built in Sri Lanka since independence from Great Britain in 1948.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Turkey's new high-speed rail: victory for Erdogan – and China". Global Construction Review. July 29, 2014.
  2. ^ "Sri Lanka opens first phase of China-financed Southern Railway line". Railway Gazette. 9 April 2019.
  3. ^ Wright, Arnold, ed. (1907). Twentieth Century Impressions of Ceylon. London. p. 196. In 1895 the South Coast line was opened to its present terminus at Matara ...
  4. ^ Patranobis, Sutirtho (9 April 2019). "Under Belt and Road Initiative, China builds rail line in Sri Lanka, a first since 1948". Hindustan Times.