In order to deeply understand the development situation of enterprises "going out", continue to vigorously promote the "Belt and Road" strategy to accelerate development. In June, ante Group Chairman Liu Jianwu led a team to Sri Lanka for a week-long business investigation, visiting Sri Lanka's Ministry of Electricity and Energy and relevant local government departments, conducting field inspection guidance for ante's joint venture factory in Sri Lanka, and investigating other investment projects.
Liu Dong has visited Sri Lanka's Ministry of Electricity and Energy, Ceylon Electricity Board, Lanka Power Company, Warmly received by Mr. Kanchana Wijesekera, Minister of Electricity and Energy, Mr. N.S.ILANGAKOON, Chairman of Ceylon Electricity Authority, Mr. ATHULA P. SILVA, Chairman of Lanka Electricity Company, and others, The two sides had a cordial and friendly discussion and exchange on such topics as the intelligent upgrading and transformation of electricity meters in Sri Lanka and the export of products. During the talks, the two sides reached consensus on in-depth and extensive cooperation in the future.
1. Expand cooperation. Leverage ante Group's advantages in the whole industry chain of energy meter development, design, production and marketing to meet the demand for energy meter supply and export in Sri Lanka.
2. Strengthen cooperation depth. We will further improve the quality of existing cooperation and continue to deepen exploration in technological innovation, equipment upgrading and low-carbon development.
3. Enhance the level of cooperation. Relying on the diversified and international industrial layout of the Ministry of Electricity and Energy of Sri Lanka, the two major power companies and Ante Group, we will conduct extensive docking and multi-dimensional cooperation.
During their stay in Sri Lanka, the delegation had an in-depth understanding of the operation of ante Lanka Instrument Joint Venture, a joint venture invested in Sri Lanka, and listened to the introduction of Mr. Chatura, the director of the joint venture, on the production and operation management of the joint venture in recent years. As well as the company's development status and the next step in the product upgrade, technology update, use of funds, talent introduction and other aspects of the work report.
Chairman Liu Jianwu fully affirmed the strategy of the joint venture plant based in Sri Lanka and gradually radiating to neighboring countries, spoke highly of the achievements made by ante Lanka team, and urged the joint venture factory to be more active and steady "going out", take "going out" as an important way for the development and growth of the joint venture factory, firmly "going out" direction, and expand the "going out" field. We will improve the effectiveness of "going global".
In addition, Mr. N.s. LANGAKOON, Chairman of Ceylon Power Authority of Sri Lanka, and Mr. Keppetipola, Chairman of Sri Lanka Port Authority, led the delegation to visit the thermal power station, port city, etc., and conducted preliminary negotiations and cooperation on a number of future related investment projects with a total investment of hundreds of millions of yuan, including business city and logistics park.
The end of one journey also represents the beginning of another new journey. With the end of the epidemic, the recovery of the global economy, the integrated development of global industrialization, and the high-quality development of the "Belt and Road" initiative, ante Group will strive to seize these developments and opportunities, continue to build a broader overseas stage, and create more favorable conditions for the development of enterprises.
Ceylon Electricity Board and Lanka Power Company are the only two power companies in Sri Lanka. Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB) is the largest power company in Sri Lanka, controlling generation, transmission, distribution and retail electricity in Sri Lanka. LECO, another grid-connected power company, is the largest electricity distribution company in Sri Lanka with millions of consumer accounts.
ante Lanka Instrument Joint venture plant was established in 2008 by ante Group of China and the National Power Company of Sri Lanka, with a total investment of Rs 137.5 million. The electricity meters are assembled and produced in Sri Lanka, with an annual capacity of more than 500,000 units.