A reporter from Peninsula All Media from CRRC Sifang Co., Ltd. was informed that on September 26, the China-Laos Railway EMU project contract was signed in Beijing. According to the EMU procurement contract, CRRC Sifang Co., Ltd., as the lead party, formed a consortium with CRRC Dalian Company to form a consortium for the China-Laos Railway Custom-made centralized power EMU with a speed of 160 kilometers per hour.
China-Laos Railway Starting from the border port between China and Laos in the north Boding, to the south to Vientiane, the capital of Laos, the line is 422.4 kilometers in length. The China-Laos Railway is an intergovernmental cooperation project personally promoted by the top leaders of China and Laos. It is a strategic docking project between China’s “Belt and Road” initiative and Laos’ “turning a landlocked country into a land-linked country”. It is an important part of the Trans-Asian Railway. One Belt One Road, a landmark project of China-Laos friendship. The China-Laos Railway carries the common expectations of the two peoples and embodies the friendship between the two countries, which is of far-reaching significance for promoting and deepening the construction of a community of shared future for China and Laos.
China-Laos Railway The EMU is designed and manufactured with the concept of”extremely rich in Lao cultural characteristics, inheriting the friendship between China and Laos, reflecting advancedness and modernity”. It is a combination of Lao cultural elements and China’s”Fuxing” technology, and will become the Chinese railway”going out” Bright business card. The vehicle is expected to be delivered in September 2021.
On the day of the signing ceremony, Ju Guojiang, Chairman of Lao China Railway Co., Ltd., Tian Xuehua, Chairman of CRRC Sifang Co., Ltd., and Lin Cunzeng, Chairman of CRRC Dalian Company, represented the parties Sign the contract. CRRC Vice President Ma Yunshuang, President Assistant Ning Wenze, and International Business Department General Manager Luo Chongfu attended the ceremony. Xiao Qianwen, General Manager of Laos China Railway Co., Ltd. hosted the signing ceremony in Vientiane, Laos via video link.