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CMEC at Full Steam for Better Performance

Release time:2023-12-30 Article source: Reading times: Text size:【A+AA-
On December 28, Bahraini Crown Prince and Prime Minister Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa unveiled the first phase of the Sitra Town project undertaken by CMEC Group Headquarter (CMEC). He inspected the project site, learnt about the progress of the project, and spoke highly of the excellent performance and contractual capacity of CMEC.
As an important project for improving the people’s wellbeing, it is a key cooperative project between China and Bahrain signed during Bahraini King’s visit to China in 2013. It involves constructing 2,877 townhouses, single-family houses and related municipal works, each having an area of about 240 square meters. So far, CMEC has completed the construction of the 1,077 houses of the first phase with high quality on schedule, creating a high-quality housing project in Bahrain and gained a good reputation in the housing market of the country.
Nigerian MEPP Starts Commercial Operation
Recently, the Maiduguri Emergency Power Project (MEPP) undertaken by CMEC received Take-over Certificate (TOC), indicating that it has been officially put into commercial operation.
The timely commencement of commercial operations of the project will significantly alleviate the power shortage affecting local residents and is of great significance for improving the quality of life of local residents and ensuring local economic development and social stability.
Bolivian President Attends Completion Ceremony of Uyuni Lithium Carbonate Plant
On December 15, the completion ceremony of the Bolivian Uyuni lithium carbonate plant project undertaken by CMEC was held. Bolivian President Luis Arce attended the ceremony. It represents an important step in the economic history of Bolivia, and implies that the country's economy is no longer solely dependent on oil and gas energy but is moving towards diversified development. It is expected to provide more high-quality income sources for the public.
When visiting the plant, Arce operated discharging and packaging of lithium carbonate products in person under the guidance of technicians, praised the highly automated equipment and high-quality construction of the plant, and said that “we have overcome great difficulties, and the completion of the project indicates that Bolivia has officially entered the process of lithium industrialization.” 
As the general contractor of Bolivia’s first national strategic project that has a bearing on local economy and people’s wellbeing, CMEC will make it a benchmark to contribute to industrialized development of Bolivia’s lithium resources, achieving concrete outcomes through the Belt and Road Initiative and bringing benefits to local people.