On the morning of October 18, the opening ceremony of the third Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation was held in Beijing. Wang Tongzhou, Chairman of CCCC, and Chen Zhong, Vice General Manager, were present.
As a global leader in infrastructure construction, CCCC has been deeply involved in the Belt and Road cooperation. The company has undertaken numerous iconic projects across 157 countries and regions, including the China-Maldives Friendship Bridge in Maldives, Croatia's Peljesac Bridge, and Kenya's Mombasa–Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway.
On October 17, as the opening event of the third Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation, the Belt and Road CEO Conference was held in Beijing. Wang Tongzhou, Chairman of CCCC, participated in the conference.
Several practical projects between CCCC's affiliated companies and five countries, including Sri Lanka, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Uganda, and Indonesia, were signed during the conference. These projects encompass road construction, water supply and drainage, industrial park development, and mining operations.
In the afternoon of October 18, several high-level forums took place, with CCCC's leaders participating and sharing insights.
Wang Tongzhou took part in the High-Level Forum on Digital Economy and delivered a speech. He highlighted how CCCC has vigorously promoted the deep integration of digital intelligence technology with infrastructure construction, enhanced project coordination efficiency, reduced management costs, lowered carbon emissions, improved production efficiency, and achieved intelligent and unmanned operation of equipment.
Wang Haihuai, General Manager of CCCC, joined the High-Level Forum on Green Development and delivered a speech. He stressed that CCCC, as a comprehensive service provider for super-large infrastructure projects globally, consistently adheres to the concept of green development. The company has innovated green construction methods and facilitated the application of green and low-carbon technologies in bridge, port, road, and urban projects. Looking ahead, CCCC is committed to joining hands with all parties to contribute its wisdom and solutions to the green development of the Belt and Road Initiative.
Three cases recommended by CCCC, including coral reef protection in Sri Lanka, were included in the "Green Belt and Road: Ten Years of Innovative Ideas and Practices" report published at the forum.
Chen Zhong participated in the Thematic Forum on Maritime Cooperation and engaged in a dialogue on "developing a sustainable blue economy." He emphasized that CCCC, as an active participant in the global maritime economy development, will collaborate with all parties to jointly promote the development of a sustainable blue economy globally, lead in maritime economic policy, contribute to the construction of maritime infrastructure, and act as a protector of the beautiful marine environment.
Liu Xiang, Director of CCCC, participated in the Thematic Forum on People-to-People Bonds.
The forum showcased a documentary illustrating how the Peljesac Bridge in Croatia built by CCCC has become a bridge of cooperation, development, and friendship, bringing a better life to the local community.
During the case-sharing segment, CCCC creatively presented the story of foreign employees working on the East Coast Rail Link in Malaysia in the form of a stage drama. This demonstrated the company's commitment to serving as a responsible enterprise promoting people-to-people bonds along the Belt and Road Imitative, contributing to the construction of a community with a shared future for mankind.
Pei Minshan, Vice General Manager of CCCC, attended in the High-Level Forum on Connectivity and delivered a speech. The forum's promotional materials included pictures of seven iconic projects undertaken by CCCC, such as the Kenya's Mombasa–Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway, the MRT Line 2 in Kuala Lumpur, Peljesac Bridge in Croatia, and Addis Ababa Bole International Airport. Additionally, images related to 13 projects, including the E763 highway in Serbia, Cambodia's Phnom Penh-Sihanoukville Expressway, Cameroon's Kribi Deepwater Port, the Maputo–Katembe bridge in Mozambique, the China-Maldives Friendship Bridge in Maldives, the Kaleta hydropower station in Guinea, and support for Angolan students studying in China, were featured in the printed version of the forum brochure.