Harbin Electric international contracts hit 2.6b yuan in 2012
Updated : 2013-01-21
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
Harbin Electric Corp, China's top power equipment maker by sales volume, said that its international contracts hit 2.6 billion yuan ($418.3 million) in 2012.
The company launched its international strategy in 2010, and has achieved robust progress in the past two years. International revenue contributed over one-third of the total output, said a senior official from the company.
The company exports products to more than 50 countries and regions. Its main markets include Africa, South America and Southeast Asia.
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