Opening Ceremony of VDB’s Office in China Held in Chengdu

Oct 24, 2018   //   News


The opening ceremony of Railway Industry Association in Germany (German: Verband der Bahnindustrie in Deutschland, VDB)’s office in China, which was supported by Xinzhu Corporate, was successfully held in Intelligent Industrial Manufacturing Park in Tianfu New Area, Chengdu.

Leaders and VIP guests from Xinjin County, VDB and Xinzhu Corporate participated the opening ceremony, including county party secretary Hua Tang, deputy secretary Jingyuan Zhong and other leaders from Xinjin County and related departments; council general of Germany in Chengdu Von Rimscha, president of VDB Volker Schenk, senior advisor Pro. Peter Mnich and other delegates from VDB; Xinzhu Corporate’s CEO Yonglin Yang, technical chief inspector Jishi Hu and Doc. Yuanfei Shi etc. Secretary Tang and President Schenk together unveiled the nameplate.


Railway Industry Association in Germany(German: Verband der Bahnindustrie in Deutschland, VDB) was found in 1877 and has over 140 years of developing history, which is national and world top rank industrial union made and formulated by all railways and transportation enterprises in Germany, including transit system and equipment manufactory, related service providing and research and development etc. The association has not only contained world-known and famous manufacturing enterprises, but also various kinds of medium and small-size enterprises. In current age, VDB does not only list native German enterprises, but also non-native enterprises that have business in Germany.

In May 2018, VDB officially established “VDB’s Office in China”, naming senior advisor Pro. Mnich as chief representative, naming Doc. Yuanfei Shi as chief representative from China, coordinating all business related to China. This indicated the official initiative of VDB’s “Full-scale Business in China”.


VDB delegation inspected Xinzhu’s railways and equipment manufacturing base, and they had productive meeting with the leaders of Xinzhu Corporate. The delegation gave credit to the progress that Xinzhu had made on the plan and implementation of railways and transportation, hoping the cooperation between China and Germany would be more productive in the future. The delegation wished the implementation of “embedded HSST transit system” and other cooperated programs to be achieved.


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