The vehicle unit of China National Technical IMP & EXP Corp shipped auto parts from Hefei railway station to Kazakhstan on March 10, after the China-Central Asian train service resumed operation. The shipment contained 168 set of CKD – or completely knocked down auto parts manufactured by Chinese carmaker JAC Motors, indicating the Chinese company successfully completed sending the first batch of automobile spare parts after China National Technical IMP & EXP Corp and JAC Motors purchased a 51-percent stake in Kazakhstani automaker Allur Group in 2019. The deal will allow them to build vehicles for Kazakhstan and other countries in Central Asia.
This shipment has great significance to ensure the normal operation of the new Allur Group, promote China-Kazakhstan production capacity cooperation and enrich the content of the Belt and Road Initiative.
Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic, The vehicle unit of China National Technical IMP & EXP Corp has resolutely conducted epidemic prevention and protection works, coordinated efforts, strict prevention and control, and maintained ‘zero infection’.
On the other hand, the company strived to resume works, held online meetings, relied on information technology to monitor various business sites, and closely organized and cooperated with manufacturers and logistics service providers to continuously mitigate the impact caused by the pandemic. It has not only contributed to the country’s efforts to win the battle against the contagion and resumed the production, but also ensured major international production cooperation projects related to the Belt and Road Initiative.