Hydroelectric Potential Unlocked

Over the last few months, the team in China worked very hard in completing the first of several shipments for a new hydroelectric facility in Canada. The first few shipments of smaller parts were loaded on flat racks under our guidance and successfully shipped on a tight deadline in the past weeks. The project is now well underway and the first units are now destined to arrive timely on the site and ready to unlock the potential of Muskrat Falls of the lower Churchill River in Labrador, Canada. Once finished, the project will be able to provide 16.7 terawatt hours of electricity a year and reduce greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to taking 3.2 million vehicles off the road each year.

We want to thank all partners involved in making the start so smooth and look forward in working with them on completing this project on schedule.