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China Harbour Engineering Company ltd

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Corporate Overview

China Harbour Engineering Company Ltd. (CHEC) was established in the 1980s and became a subsidiary of China Communications Construction Company Ltd (CCCC) in 2005. Being a major operation arm of CCCC for the oversea markets, CHEC has more than 80 branches and representative offices and have a global foot print in over 90 countries with a human resource strength of more than 10,000 professionals undertaking hundreds of international projects in the total turnover of USD 20 billion dollars. CHEC’s infrastructure portfolio not only covers the core business of marine engineering, dredging and reclamation, but also covers a diversity of works including roads and bridges, railways, airports, equipment assembly and other engineering fields relating to municipal, environmental and hydraulic services, power plant and resource exploration. Through our cutting-edge professionalism, technology, resources and business promotion, CHEC is recognized as a world-renowned construction enterprise and has earned a reputation of excellence in its performance, quality as well as customer service.

CHEC is one of the earlier Chinese enterprise to enter Malaysian market. In January 1993, CHEC Construction (M) Sdn Bhd (CHEC Malaysia) officially registered in Kuala Lumpur. Relying on the national Go Out Policy and CCCC’s overseas priority development strategy, together with the hard work and dedication of all staff, CHEC Malaysia had successfully gone through start-up, development and maturity periods. In June 2016, CHEC established its South Pacific regional division in Kuala Lumpur, which have jurisdiction over Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, the Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Timor-Leste, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands and Fiji. Hence, CHEC Malaysia has enter the rapid development period.

PROJECTS IN MALAYSIA

CHEC Malaysia has undertook over 50 projects through the past 20 years, including Marine Works, Road and Bridge, Dredging and Reclamation, Railway and Track Works with a total contract value of more than USD 3 billion. Among the projects, Penang Second Bridge, Port Klang Reclamation for Phase 3C, Ampang Line Extension project has been completed with great impact. There are about 17 projects in progress, including Gemas-JB Railway, MRT 2 Trackworks, Maintenance Vehicles and Works Train, DASH CB4, SUKE CA4, MRT 2 Underground Package A, MRT 2 Package B, Kuantan Port New Deep Water Terminal, Remaining works for the breakwater(CH00-CH3600) for Kuantan New Deep Water Terminal, Pulai River Bridge at Johor Bahru, Civil & Structural works for Proposed Construction of Dry Dock No.3 and Pan Borneo Package 9 & 10 Bridge works.

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