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AE Successfully Won the bid of EPC project of SAIC Lingang Digital Transformation Construction

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AE Successfully Won the bid of EPC project of SAIC Lingang Digital Transformation Construction

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2021/09/10 17:56
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Good news has been come again in recently, AE has successfully won the bid for the EPC project of SAIC Lingang's digital transformation construction.

Good news has been come again in recently, AE has successfully won the bid for the EPC project of SAIC Lingang's digital transformation construction.

The project is in the Heavy Equipment Industrial Zone of Lingang New Town, Pudong New District, Shanghai. It is a transformation and expansion project of the original SAIC Lingang plant. As the general contractor, AE will undertake the general contracting works and the project includes the transformation of civil engineering public system of body, GA and logistics, and the transformation and expansion of sub-items such as stamping, body, GA, and fuel supply station. 

During the bidding phase, AE organized the bidding team with professional and technical personnel and business to understand customer’s demand. Finally, AE successfully won the bid relying on its advanced technical solutions, rich construction experience and good customer reputation.

Project team of AE will exert its strong comprehensive project management capabilities in the following implementation phase, and adhere to the corporate culture of “market-oriented, customer-centric, and struggling-oriented” with higher quality and better service to give back to our customers. It provides strong support for the introduction of new models of SAIC's passenger cars and boosting the implementation of SAIC's "New Four Modernization" strategy.