Bashkortostan Prime Minister Rustem Mardanov Visited Wison Headquarters

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Bashkortostan Prime Minister Rustem Mardanov Visited Wison Headquarters

Jul 14,2017        

 

 

(Shanghai, July 14, 2017) The delegation led by Rustem Mardanov, Prime Minister of the Republic of Bashkortostan, visited the Wison Headquarters in Shanghai recently. Liu Haijun, President of Wison Engineering, Dong Hua, Senior Vice President, and Li Zhiyong, Chief Financial Officer, gave a warm welcome to the visiting delegation.

 

Representatives from International Business Department of Wison Engineering gave a welcome briefing to Mr. Rustem Mardanov on the history and corporate culture of Wison Group and Wison Engineering, and the achievements in overseas markets in recent years. Subsequently, Mr. Rustem Mardanov presented the current economic development and application of oil and gas energy in Bashkortostan, and highly appreciated the achievements made by Wison Engineering in overseas market development over the years. The two parties had an in-depth discussion on the further cooperation of investment and project construction, especially building the factory in Bashkorotstan.

 

The Republic of Bashkortostan is said to be one of the most abundant areas of mineral resources and is the main oil mining area in the Russian Federation. Bashkortostan currently ranks fifth in terms of economic capabilities in the Russian Federation and has a huge economic development potential.

 

Liu Haijun, President of Wison Engineering, said, “We welcome the visit of the Bashkortostan Delegation. As one of the leading chemical EPC service providers in China, Wison Engineering has always adhered to its internationalization strategy and actively sought business opportunities in the global energy industry. Benefitting from the Belt and Road policy, Wison has successfully entered the Central Asia and Russia markets. Looking ahead, we hope to establish cooperation with Bashkortostan in the field of energy to achieve mutual benefits.”