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DESIGN and FABRICATION of high quality electro-mechanical equipment in China
Event

CNIM UK nuclear new build supply chain 2015

 

CNIM was invited by NNB to participate the UKnuclear new build supply chain held on 21st April, in Beijing. This meeting is to present the Chinese-French-English cooperation opportunity and progress on the Point C. CNIM as a leading supplier in electro-mechanical areas is deeply in this project. CNIM China has participated several RFQ through CNIM France to propose localization manufactures in China for HPC projects.


CNIM also participated the 11th China international exhibition on nuclear power industry held in Beijing China from April 22 to 24, 2015. This exhibition is organized by China Nuclear energy association(CNEA).

 

China international exhibition on nuclear power industry starts from 1995, and is one of the most nuclear shows in China. This exhibition had a total of 150 enterprises and institutes originating from France, UK, USA, Japan, Spain, South Korea, Germany, Austria, Argentina, P.R.C and so on., including CNNC, CNEC, CGNPC, SNPTC, EDF, and AREVA, as well as PFCE and GIIN


CNIM industrial system, China, BERTIN and Saph ymo is presented in the French pavilionfor CNIM group.


CNIM promoted our nuclear experience and capabilities in China, as well as from the group (CSI , Bertin and saphymo), such assump strainers, spent fuel cask transfer facility, silencers, special doors, nuclear lifts, radiation monitoring systems and other nuclear products.

 

Background

 

The CNIM group designs and produces turnkey industrial solutions with high technological content. Its main areas of activity are: environment, mechanical products and systems, energy.


The CNIM group is present throughout the nuclear cycle and supports the key national and global players in the nuclear industry at all stages of the production cycle by providing state-of-the-art expertise and high-tech equipment.

 

Nuclear fields: new build, big science, research reactors, enrichment, waste management and decommissioning.