XCMG signs deal to work with Indonesian Chamber of Commerce

By Mike Hayes29 December 2015

The Indonesian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ICCI) has signed a cooperation framework agreement to work with XCMG, China’s largest construction machinery manufacturer.

The ICCI will become the formal advisor to XCMG in Indonesia and promote the company’s business development in the country and beyond.

As the sole association cooperating with the Indonesian government, ICCI has over 600 members, operating in industries such as mining and construction.

Within Indonesia, XCMG and ICCI will cooperate on securing business within areas such as mineral extraction and processing, infrastructure construction and manufacturing.

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