he road to dreams! Thousand tons of high-performance bridge steel "Provided by ZGMC"
On September 7, in the expectation of tens of millions of Bangladeshi people, the first section of the Padma Bridge Railway Link in Bangladesh was opened from Dhaka to Bangga for a full trial run of trains. The trains passed through the Padma Bridge Railway Link successively. The Padma Bridge, the "Dream Road" of the Bangladeshi people, is about to open to traffic. This project has thousands of tons of high-performance bridge steel "Provided by ZGMC".
The Bangladesh Padma Bridge Link Project is the number one project in Bangladesh. It starts from Dhaka Station, the capital of Bangladesh, and ends at Jessore, the terminal station, with a total length of nearly 170 kilometers. After the completion of the project, it will connect more than 20 districts in southern Bangladesh with the capital Dhaka, and shorten the time from Dhaka to Jessore from 10 hours to 2 hours. It will not only greatly promote Bangladesh and the South Asian region Connectivity and economic development, strengthening connectivity between Bangladesh and neighboring countries, and is of great significance to the joint construction of the "Belt and Road" and the construction of the Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Economic Corridor.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the joint construction of the “Belt and Road” initiative. Over the past ten years, ZGMC has actively responded to the national "One Belt, One Road" initiative and actively implemented the "products going global" strategy. On the basis of continuously consolidating its domestic market position, ZGMC has accurately grasped and developed overseas market business and continuously enhanced the international influence of its corporate brand. ZGMC stainless steel plates are exported in batches to countries and regions such as Saudi Arabia and Mexico; bridge and structural steel are widely used in engineering projects such as the Pelješac Bridge in Croatia, the BRAC University City in Bangladesh, and the Suez Canal Swing Bridge in Egypt.