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Automotive Engineering Corporation successfully wins the bid for multiple projects


Recently, all business segments of Automotive Engineering Corporation gathered strength to set sail, accelerated their pace in the spring, and successfully won the bid for multiple projects.

BAIC Foton New Energy Commercial Frame Equipment EPC Project

 

 

Automotive Engineering Corporation undertakes the equipment supply of 9 production lines, including roller forming, punching, cutting, bending and logistics connection. Among them, CNC flexible cold roll forming line, CNC five-host three-sided punching line, robot high-speed laser cutting line, full-automatic bidirectional bending line, and logistics connection line cover intelligent manufacturing of medium light-duty and medium heavy-duty commercial vehicle frames, which will realize six technological innovations of full-automatic rolling switching, high-speed punching and cutting, high-efficiency bidirectional bending and on-line inspection, and intelligent logistics, as well as more than ten new technological breakthroughs.

GAC AION AO Project Adaptability Improvement EPC Project

 

 

This project is the first overseas production base of GAC AION, located in Tairong TTR Factory, Amata Industrial Park, Rayong, Thailand, covering an area of 85,000 square meters. Automotive Engineering Corporation undertakes the production base's engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) of the workshop public systems, newly built logistics and storage areas, and office areas.

Chery Auto Environmental Protection Technology Service Reservation Project

 

 

This project aims to provide technical support for Chery Auto to achieve its future development strategic goals in the field of ecological environmental protection. The project covers technical services including environmental impact assessment, environmental protection acceptance after completion, change of environmental impact assessment, and environmental emergency plans of Chery Auto and its subsidiaries in 2024−2026.

 

 
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