Chinese, South African railway firms exploring new cooperation

Source:Xinhua Published: 2017/8/17 11:13:45

A worker pour sand into the sandbox of a locomotive at the Pyramid South station, north of Pretoria, South Africa, on July 27, 2017. 305 of the 554 locally assembled locomotives have been delivered to South Africa since October 2012 when the South Africa state rail company Transnet contracted the Chinese Zhuzhou Electric Locomotives Company under the Chinese locomotive manufacturer CRRC to supply first 95 locomotives. In March 2014, the two sides sighed a new contact including the supply of other 459 locomotives. In an interview with Xinhua at the Africa Rail 2017 conference and exhibition held in Johannesburg on June 14, 2017, Thamsanqa Jiyane, Chief Advanced Manufacturing Officer of Transnet, said that "the Chinese have brought a new kind of partnership where they impart skills for our future use on our own." Wang Guojun, General Manager of CRRC South Africa, told Xinhua that several thousand jobs have been created directly or indirectly for South Africa because of the cooperation.(Xinhua/Zhai Jianlan)


 

Photo taken on July 27, 2017 shows an aerial view of some locomotives at the Pyramid South station, north of Pretoria, South Africa. 305 of the 554 locally assembled locomotives have been delivered to South Africa since October 2012 when the South Africa state rail company Transnet contracted the Chinese Zhuzhou Electric Locomotives Company under the Chinese locomotive manufacturer CRRC to supply first 95 locomotives. In March 2014, the two sides sighed a new contact including the supply of other 459 locomotives. In an interview with Xinhua at the Africa Rail 2017 conference and exhibition held in Johannesburg on June 14, 2017, Thamsanqa Jiyane, Chief Advanced Manufacturing Officer of Transnet, said that "the Chinese have brought a new kind of partnership where they impart skills for our future use on our own." Wang Guojun, General Manager of CRRC South Africa, told Xinhua that several thousand jobs have been created directly or indirectly for South Africa because of the cooperation.(Xinhua/Zhai Jianlan)


 

Chinese and South African technicians work at the Transnet Engineering Koedoespoort Plant where Chinese locomotives are assembled, in Pretoria, South Africa, on July 27, 2017. 305 of the 554 locally assembled locomotives have been delivered to South Africa since October 2012 when the South Africa state rail company Transnet contracted the Chinese Zhuzhou Electric Locomotives Company under the Chinese locomotive manufacturer CRRC to supply first 95 locomotives. In March 2014, the two sides sighed a new contact including the supply of other 459 locomotives. In an interview with Xinhua at the Africa Rail 2017 conference and exhibition held in Johannesburg on June 14, 2017, Thamsanqa Jiyane, Chief Advanced Manufacturing Officer of Transnet, said that "the Chinese have brought a new kind of partnership where they impart skills for our future use on our own." Wang Guojun, General Manager of CRRC South Africa, told Xinhua that several thousand jobs have been created directly or indirectly for South Africa because of the cooperation.(Xinhua/Zhai Jianlan)


 

A worker stands on a locomotive at the Pyramid South station, north of Pretoria, South Africa, on July 27, 2017. 305 of the 554 locally assembled locomotives have been delivered to South Africa since October 2012 when the South Africa state rail company Transnet contracted the Chinese Zhuzhou Electric Locomotives Company under the Chinese locomotive manufacturer CRRC to supply first 95 locomotives. In March 2014, the two sides sighed a new contact including the supply of other 459 locomotives. In an interview with Xinhua at the Africa Rail 2017 conference and exhibition held in Johannesburg on June 14, 2017, Thamsanqa Jiyane, Chief Advanced Manufacturing Officer of Transnet, said that "the Chinese have brought a new kind of partnership where they impart skills for our future use on our own." Wang Guojun, General Manager of CRRC South Africa, told Xinhua that several thousand jobs have been created directly or indirectly for South Africa because of the cooperation.(Xinhua/Zhai Jianlan)


 

Chinese and South African technicians work on a locomotive to be assembled at the Transnet Engineering Koedoespoort Plant in Pretoria, South Africa, on July 27, 2017. 305 of the 554 locally assembled locomotives have been delivered to South Africa since October 2012 when the South Africa state rail company Transnet contracted the Chinese Zhuzhou Electric Locomotives Company under the Chinese locomotive manufacturer CRRC to supply first 95 locomotives. In March 2014, the two sides sighed a new contact including the supply of other 459 locomotives. In an interview with Xinhua at the Africa Rail 2017 conference and exhibition held in Johannesburg on June 14, 2017, Thamsanqa Jiyane, Chief Advanced Manufacturing Officer of Transnet, said that "the Chinese have brought a new kind of partnership where they impart skills for our future use on our own." Wang Guojun, General Manager of CRRC South Africa, told Xinhua that several thousand jobs have been created directly or indirectly for South Africa because of the cooperation.(Xinhua/Zhai Jianlan)


 

Chinese and South African technicians work at the Transnet Engineering Koedoespoort Plant where Chinese locomotives are assembled, in Pretoria, South Africa, on July 27, 2017. 305 of the 554 locally assembled locomotives have been delivered to South Africa since October 2012 when the South Africa state rail company Transnet contracted the Chinese Zhuzhou Electric Locomotives Company under the Chinese locomotive manufacturer CRRC to supply first 95 locomotives. In March 2014, the two sides sighed a new contact including the supply of other 459 locomotives. In an interview with Xinhua at the Africa Rail 2017 conference and exhibition held in Johannesburg on June 14, 2017, Thamsanqa Jiyane, Chief Advanced Manufacturing Officer of Transnet, said that "the Chinese have brought a new kind of partnership where they impart skills for our future use on our own." Wang Guojun, General Manager of CRRC South Africa, told Xinhua that several thousand jobs have been created directly or indirectly for South Africa because of the cooperation.(Xinhua/Zhai Jianlan)


 

Photo taken on July 27, 2017 shows two Chinese locomotives to be assembled at the Transnet Engineering Koedoespoort Plant in Pretoria, South Africa. 305 of the 554 locally assembled locomotives have been delivered to South Africa since October 2012 when the South Africa state rail company Transnet contracted the Chinese Zhuzhou Electric Locomotives Company under the Chinese locomotive manufacturer CRRC to supply first 95 locomotives. In March 2014, the two sides sighed a new contact including the supply of other 459 locomotives. In an interview with Xinhua at the Africa Rail 2017 conference and exhibition held in Johannesburg on June 14, 2017, Thamsanqa Jiyane, Chief Advanced Manufacturing Officer of Transnet, said that "the Chinese have brought a new kind of partnership where they impart skills for our future use on our own." Wang Guojun, General Manager of CRRC South Africa, told Xinhua that several thousand jobs have been created directly or indirectly for South Africa because of the cooperation.(Xinhua/Zhai Jianlan)


 

Chinese and South African technicians work inside of a locomotive to be assembled at the Transnet Engineering Koedoespoort Plant in Pretoria, South Africa, on July 27, 2017. 305 of the 554 locally assembled locomotives have been delivered to South Africa since October 2012 when the South Africa state rail company Transnet contracted the Chinese Zhuzhou Electric Locomotives Company under the Chinese locomotive manufacturer CRRC to supply first 95 locomotives. In March 2014, the two sides sighed a new contact including the supply of other 459 locomotives. In an interview with Xinhua at the Africa Rail 2017 conference and exhibition held in Johannesburg on June 14, 2017, Thamsanqa Jiyane, Chief Advanced Manufacturing Officer of Transnet, said that "the Chinese have brought a new kind of partnership where they impart skills for our future use on our own." Wang Guojun, General Manager of CRRC South Africa, told Xinhua that several thousand jobs have been created directly or indirectly for South Africa because of the cooperation.(Xinhua/Zhai Jianlan)


 

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