CHINA – MARINE RESCUE BUREAU SEEKS SPECIALIST OCEAN EQUIPMENT
Mon, 21 March 2016
Marine rescue and salvage bureau in China seeks specialist ocean equipment from the UK.
Today, China boasts a vast ocean resource, booming shipping transportation with a large quantity of seamen and rescue & salvage forces. China possesses more than 300 square kilometers worth of coastal areas and exclusive economic zones. As a country of booming shipping transportation, China owns ocean-going fleet composed of 220,000 vessels, this fleet shoulders the shipment of 90% imported and exported goods. as a country of a large number of seamen. As a country comprising of rescue and salvage forces, China has preliminarily established a joint rescue network of sea and air across the costal regions of the whole country.
The marine rescue force has many responsibilities from the government including; implement laws, regulations and policies as well as carrying out life-saving and salvage missions assigned by the government.
This ocean rescue network is now seeking a number of specialised marine products. This opportunity is for a UK marine radar, which will be used for ocean area surveillance. The equipment needs to be high quality and reliable.
To find out more, please register your interest with our team in China.
The China-Britain Business Council (‘CBBC’) is a membership organisation and UKTI’s chosen partner in China to deliver trade services. To find out more about CBBC please visit www.cbbc.org.
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