|Moving Class to High-tech Enterprise for International Students|
On 27th December, the International Affairs Office of the School of Public Affairs organized a moving class to Hefei Huasheng Pumps & Valves Co., Ltd. (the company for short) for international students. The activity was led by LIU Yinghua, Director of the International Affairs Office and TIAN Yu, Director Assistant of the International Affairs Office. Participating students were from 'One Belt One Road' route countries.
The company is one of the National High-tech Enterprises, a National Torch Plan Key High-tech Enterprise, a Sinopec main supplier and a CNPC concentrated supplier. The company is also a National IPR advantageous enterprise, an Innovative pilot enterprise, an Intellectual property advantage enterprise, and a new special expertise SME in Anhui Province. The development concepts on which the company insists are: 'independent research and development to solve the localization of equipment, technology innovation and development of industrial products, intellectual property protection to achieve proprietary technology.' Together, these concepts assist in building the renowned Huasheng brand.
CHAI Liping - Chairman of the company, GONG Enxiang - main secretary, and HE Yujie - General Manager, warmly welcomed the visiting PAS group. Mr. CHAI Liping introduced the company's history, business strategy and its R&D, allowing students to get a better understanding of the company. Students expressed their respect and admiration for the company's achievements and showed lots of interests in its product IP, manufacturing, marketing, and the company's global competitive position.
Mr. CHAI guided students to the main workshop, where product R&D, founding and assembling were carried out on the production line. Students were attracted by the advanced technique and well-organized methods of the process.
The moving class series of activities is one of PAS's outstanding teaching methods, which combines theory and practice, aiming to help international students acquire in-class knowledge and extend their horizons of China's diversified industrial development.
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