CTIEC Signs the Contract of ALGERIA Float Glass Project

On March 31, the signing ceremony of EPC general-contracted project of Algeria Adrar 500t/d float glass production line was held in Beijing.

Peng Shou, president & board chairman of CTIEC, signed the EPC general contract with Madam Wang Xuexu, authorized representative of Algeria HAMEL Renewable Energy LLC.The project of Algeria Adrar 500t/d float glass production line is located at Adrar, south of Algeria.CTIEC will construct this project for Algeria HAMEL Renewable Energy LLC including the whole set production line from mining to delivering of finished float glass products. CTIEC will be responsible for project design, equipment supply, civil construction, equipment installation, personnel training, commissioning and standard assessment service, and the time limit for the project is 28 months. This project utilizes the most advanced float glass process and device with various high-level indexes. The implementation of this project achieves the first export of CTIEC float glass technology to Algeria and it will effectively relieve the short supply of float glass in Algeria and surrounding countries after project completion.

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Date: 2 April 2015
Source: www.ctiec.net

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