CITIC Construction’s BELGEE Passenger Car CKD Plant Project saw the official offline of its first 20 passenger cars on June 26, 2017. Belarusian Deputy Prime Minister Vladimir Semashko, Minister of Industry Vitaly Vovk and other representatives witnessed the whole event.
The production process was finished by the Belarusian project owner independently. Belarusian Deputy Prime Minister, during the inspection, had an in-depth communication with the project owner's technical staff and the operators on workmanship, operation and other topics.
Belarusian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Industry also had a test drive on the new off-line vehicles to assess the car’s performance. He expressed appreciation for CITIC Construction's outstanding achievements in BELGEE Passenger Car CKD Plant Project.
The successful offline of the first batch of passenger cars showcases that the whole production line has been fully equipped with the capability on performance assessment.
Delegation led by Belarusian Deputy Prime Minister inspects the technical process of production at welding workshop.
Delegation led by Belarusian Deputy Prime Minister inspects the technical process of production at painting workshop.
Delegation inspects car assembly in workshop.
Deputy Prime Minister is on a test drive.