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China’s auto-parts, heavy machinery company to join Sabah expo next year

Lim (centre) with Yuhuan Yongyan owners, Villy Geng (right) and Diana Wu.

5th December, 2017

HUBEI, China: China’s auto-parts and heavy machinery company – Yuhuan Yongyan Machinery Co. Ltd of Hubei Province China has expressed interest to participate in the Sabah International Expo 2019 (SIE2019) scheduled for early 2019.

It will coincide with the official opening of the Sabah International Convention Centre in Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

This was conveyed to expo organisers – Federation of Sabah Industries (FSI) and Malaysian International Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MICCI) Sabah on the sidelines of the official opening of the company’s new factory in Hubei on December 4.

FSI Deputy President (General Affairs), Richard Lim was present at opening at the invitation of the company.

Lim who had long been actively promoting SIE events and FSI in the Southeast Asia region as well as keeping a close rapport with Chinese entrepreneurs and local authorities said that Yuhuan Yongyan which specialised in casting iron in the predominantly mining province of Hubei had participated in the SIE2004 in Sabah at his invitation.

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