China Harbour Engineering Company Ltd.
China Harbour Engineering Company Ltd. (CHEC) was established in 1980 and became a subsidiary of China Communications Construction Company Ltd. (CCCC) in 2005. Recently, the CCCC was ranked No.165 in the Fortune Global 500 List and No.4 in the Top Global Contractors by Engineering News Record (ENR). Being a major operation arm of CCCC internationally, CHEC’S 80 branches and representative offices have a global footprint in over 100 countries and regions, with more than 15,000 empoyees and a contractual value of $21 billion.
In Angola, CHEC has completed multiple marine engineering projects since entering the market in 2006. These include Soyo LNG project, Luanda oil wharf, container terminal and mineral terminal extensions and marine works for refinery plants at Port of Lobito and Namibe wharf used for unloading oil off ships. With these projects, CHEC has made a major contribution to Angola’s post-war reconstruction, which is recognized by the people and government of the country.
Meanwhile, CHEC has rich resources and experience in municipal and environmental-protection projects. It is the contractor for the restoration and improvement of five roads in Luanda, comprehensive infrastructure improvement in Sumbe, and the Luanda garbage power generation project.
In addition to providing integrated construction services, CHEC actively fulfills its social responsibility by providing skill trainings to local communities and assisting orphanages. It also built the Catumbela Middle School.
It is our commitment to follow the right path and strive for excellence. In the future, we will forge ahead, as always, and contribute positively to China-africa cooperation. Together with the people of Angola, we will achieve a shared future and common development.