Sign up! Dawn’s 100,000t/a BDO project settled in Aksu

Latest News: On July 25th, at the Aksu Investment Promotion Service Center, Dawn Group and Shaya County successfully signed a contract with an annual output of 100,000 tons of 1,4﹣butanediol (BDO), which means that the The project officially settled in Shaya County.

Wang Gang, secretary of the prefectural party committee, had a discussion with Yu Xiaoning, chairman and president of Dawn Group Co., Ltd., and witnessed the signing of the project.

Wang Gang said that the successful signing of the BDO project with an annual output of 100,000 tons of Dawn Group is another extension and upgrade of the regional energy and chemical industry chain, which will surely inject new impetus and vitality into the high-quality development of the regional economy. It is hoped that Dawn Group will seize the opportunity, take advantage of the trend, build early, put into production early, and achieve early results, so as to achieve mutual benefit and win-win between the enterprise and the local area; the relevant departments of prefectures and counties should actively connect and take the initiative to take the initiative to do a good job in project construction service guarantee work, and strive to Create a good environment for the project to achieve production and efficiency. At the same time, it is hoped that Dawn Group will implement various regulations on safety production and environmental protection while accelerating the project construction, actively publicize and promote the resource advantages and industrial advantages of Aksu region, and attract more partners to invest in Afghanistan.

Dawn Group said that it will strictly follow the relevant requirements and regulations, high standards, high quality and strict requirements to do all the preliminary work of the project, seize the progress of the project, strive to become a first-class enterprise, and take this as an opportunity to further seek new cooperation Opportunities to expand new cooperation space.

The reporter learned from the signing symposium that Dawn Group plans to invest in the construction of a 200,000-ton 1,4-butanediol (BDO) and 100,000-ton spandex project in Shaya County. Emerging fields such as degradable plastics and high-end textiles and clothing have a long industrial chain and great employment opportunities, and the development prospects are very broad. The project was completed in two phases. The 100,000-ton 1,4﹣butanediol (BDO) project signed this time belongs to the first phase of the project.