Joint Development on Silk Road — Datuk N. Rajendran, Deputy CEO of MIDA, and His Followers Visit to LONGi for Research
Time:2018-06-14 18:34:55
This morning, the Third Silk Road International Exposition and the Investment and Trade Forum for Cooperation between East and West China opens in Xi’an. A total of 230 delegations from 73 countries and regions attended the event. Malaysia, as one of the honored guest nations to this expo, is important on the Maritime Silk Road due to the Strait of Malacca.
 
 
 
 
 
 
On the morning of May 10th, Datuk N. Rajendran, Deputy CEO of Malaysian Investment Development Authority (MIDA), paid a visit to LONGi and communicated with our Board Chairman Zhong Baoshen on further development of Shaanxi enterprises in Malaysia in the new era and new pattern. MIDA Senior Director Mr. Mohd Riduan, Senior Assistant Director  Mr. Steven Cheng Seng Hock, Shanghai Office Director and Investment Consul Mrs. Lim Ming Yee of Consulate General of Malaysia in Shanghai and Shanghai Office Investment Official Wang Tongyu visited our company together.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Datuk N. Rajendran first visited LONGi Solar Xi’an Module Factory, a wholly-owned subsidiary of LONGi. He was amazed at the high intelligence in production of modules and expressed his wish in the following discussion that this advanced technology could be introduced to more regions in Malaysia.
 
 
 
In the following discussions, Mr. Datuk N. Rajendran shared the original intention of the Malaysian government to participate in the Third Silk Road International Exposition as an honored guest nation and hoped to further strengthen the communication and cooperation of LONGi and Malaysian government by taking advantage of the good opportunities of vigorous development of the Belt and Road Initiative and the rapid expansion of the PV industry.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Chairman Zhong Baoshen first thanked the Malaysian government for its support to our wholly-owned subsidiary Kuching LONGi. He said that since the establishment of Kuching LONGi, the growth was good with the support of governments at all levels. The globalization of the PV industry market was an undoubted trend, and LONGi was continuously strengthening its overseas presence. As the first stop of our overseas deployment, we would continue our close attention to the local development in Malaysia, focus on the development prospects and investment projects of LONGi in Malaysia and jointly draw up a blueprint for development on the Silk Road.