Sinochem and ChemChina sign cooperation agreements with 30 customers
Xinhua News Agency, Shanghai, November 8 (Reporter Yu Wenjing) Sinochem Group Co., Ltd. and China Chemical Group Co., Ltd. jointly held special signing activities and released the results of the transaction at the second Expo. The two companies signed cooperation agreements with 30 customers at the scene.
It is understood that during the signing activity, Sinochem signed agreements with 11 foreign businessmen to purchase commodities from nine countries and regions, including the United States, Russia and Saudi Arabia, mainly high-quality crude oil, chemical fertilizers and high-end chemicals. Signed partners include Dow Chemical, Ural Potash and other well-known multinational companies.
Alexander Terretsky, chief executive of Russia's Ural Potash Company, said at the signing ceremony that the Expo provided a good platform for large enterprises around the world to showcase and communicate. Ural Potash Fertilizer Company will further deepen its cooperation with Sinochem Group and grow together with the Chinese market through trade and mutual benefit.
It is reported that at the first Expo held last year, Sinochem and ChemChina signed a number of agreements with their partners to promote industrial upgrading and promote high-quality development through the introduction of high-quality products and technical cooperation. At the second Expo, the two companies continued to make efforts from the purchasing side and the sales side, and continued to optimize the quality and structure of the contracted goods.
Sinochem and Sinochem Chairman Ning Gaoning said at the signing ceremony that Sinochem and ChemChina will continue to make good use of the important platform of the Expo to further expand the scope and intensity of foreign cooperation, through the introduction of high-quality products and technologies. We will strengthen exchanges and cooperation with advanced enterprises and R & D institutions in the world, and continue to be good participants and contributors to sharing economic and trade opportunities, mutual benefit and serving the global market.