the reporter saw the project plant is under intense operation

- May 29, 2018-

Into the construction site of the second phase of the project, the reporter saw the project plant is under intense operation. Sino-German New Energy Vehicle Lightweight Aluminum-Magnesium Alloy (Navigate Supporting) Phase II project is expected to invest 300 million yuan, plans to build 51,000 square meters of workshops, purchase domestic and international advanced aluminum-magnesium alloy die-casting machines, integrated CNC lathes and other equipment 200 years to form Production capacity of 2.6 million sets of high-end aluminum-magnesium alloy products. After all projects are completed and put into production, they will realize an annual output value of 1 billion yuan, profits and taxes of 140 million yuan, and more than 1,500 jobs will be arranged. Chang Bin, president of the president of the China-Germany Profile Group, takes us into the workshop. "We, relying on the new material technology accumulated in more than a decade, have jointly cooperated with the world's top 500 Beiqi Co., Ltd. to jointly develop a lightweight R&D center for new energy vehicles. Sino-German new energy vehicles are lightweight with Sino-German-Beiqi. Automobile lightweight R&D center, quality inspection center, magnesium aluminum alloy die casting production line, machining workshop, and finishing line, etc., with the leading domestic magnesium alloy, aluminum alloy material synthesis technology, magnesium aluminum alloy auto parts have been successful with Beiqi new Energy vehicles, BAIC Yinxiang, Changhe Automotive and many other automotive manufacturers are supporting; hub products are millet, nanobuy, and Yadi. Based on this, we also specialize in R&D and production in other fields, such as general aviation products. It has reached cooperation intentions with domestic famous companies such as China Civil Aviation and Beijing Automotive, and has fully participated in the planning of Changzhi General Aviation Industry, providing technical and production support for industrial development, he told reporters.