China Railway Electrification Group (Hong Kong) Ltd
China Railway Electrification Group (Hong Kong) Limited is a branch of China Railway Electrification Engineering Bureau (Group), aka EEB, established in Hong Kong in 2012.
EEB was the major JV partner for the delivery of Contract 830 – Trackwork and Overhead Line System with an original contract sum of HK$1.17 billion for the 26km Hong Kong Section of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link (XRL). The line is in operation as part of the National High-Speed Rail Network since September 2018. EEB’s performance has been recognized by MTR Corporation, which managed the XRL project on behalf of the HKSAR Government.
EEB is part of China Railway Engineering Group, one of the world's largest companies. Ranked 55th in Fortune’s Global 500 in 2019, the Group has a revenue of US$112 billion and nearly 308,000 employees. It has been building two-thirds of China’s 139,000km railway network, three-fifths of the metro network and one-eighth of motorways. The Group is experienced in construction and management of railway, metro, highway, road, bridge, and tunnels.
Installation (repair, maintenance) power facilities (the license of power facilities will expire on 26 October 2021); general construction contracting, professional contractors; technology development; technology transfer; technical consulting; technology services; communications, signalling, power, electrical engineering equipment manufacture; railway equipment development, testing; sales of railway equipment and materials; rental office space; machinery leasing; overseas and domestic project bidding; labour service for the aforesaid overseas project; export equipment and material for the aforesaid overseas project; import and export of technology; import and export of agency.
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- Construction & Building Machinery
- Electronic / Electrical Component & Accessories