INCOM Presented in China-India Economic Cooperation Forum and Signed Memorandum of Strategic Cooperation with India on Recycling System Construction
On September 9, the 6th China-India Strategic Economic Dialogue and China-India Economic Cooperation Forum, jointly organized by China's National Development and Reform Commission and India's National Transformation Commission, were held in New Delhi, India. He Lifeng, Director of the National Development and Reform Commission, and Kumar, Vice Chairman of India's National Transformation Commission, co-chaired the dialogue session and attended the forum to deliver keynote speeches.
Representatives of China's National Development and Reform Commission, National Energy Administration, National Railway Administration, India's National Transformation Commission, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Railways, Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Ministry of Electricity, and relevant enterprises and scientific research institutions of the two countries attended the relevant meetings. China and India have conducted exchanges and discussions on infrastructure, high tech, energy conservation, environmental protection, energy, medicine and other fields, and signed a number of cooperation documents.
Chang Tao, General Manager of INCOM, and Vyom, CEO of GreenEro, signed a Memorandum of Strategic Cooperation
INCOM Recycle Co., Ltd. (Beijing) (hereinafter referred to as INCOM), the provider of the systematic plan for domestic renewable resources utilization industry, and INCOM Tomra, a joint venture company with Tomra Group (Norway), were invited to participate in this forum. INCOM's General Manager, Chang Tao, was invited to attend the meeting of the Strategic Working Group in the China-India Economic Cooperation Forum as a representative to sign a memorandum of strategic cooperation with Indian partners on "India's recycling system construction".
It is understood that INCOM has established positive intention cooperation relations with local recycling companies, processing plants and government departments in India at the meeting of the Strategic Working Group in the China-India Economic Cooperation Forum. The two sides reached a cooperation intention and signed a strategic memorandum on purchasing reverse vending machines, building and operating a plastic recycling system, and establishing a one-time packaging recycling system. Both sides will work together to establish a closed-loop recycling system in India to help promote infrastructure construction.
This time, INCOM attended the China-India Economic Cooperation Forum as a leading enterprise in China's energy conservation and environmental protection industry. It will also provide India with an overall solution for its own long-term development of reverse vending machines and reverse vending system. India's energy-saving and environment-friendly infrastructure and circular economy will be built and developed with the help of INCOM's more than ten years of experience in recycling renewable resources and international leading technologies, products and equipment.