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Rail Fasteners, Tunnel Bolts, Steel Beam for China-Laos Railway

Aug 02, 2021
Anyang Railway Equipment Co., Ltd(AT) provided 60kg/m Type II Rail Fasteners, 50kg/I type Rail Fasteners, special fasteners for #GuardRails, Tunnels Bolts, T-shaped Steel Beams for  Railway Bridge, etc for China-Laos Railway.
Rail Fasteners, Tunnel Bolts, Steel Beam for China-LaosRailway
The #Boten–Vientiane railway (often referred to as the China–Laos railway) is a 414 kilometres (257 mi) 1,435 mm (4 ft 8+1⁄2 in) standard gauge electrified railway under construction in Laos, between the capital Vientiane and the small town of Boten on the border with China. It is the most expensive and largest project ever to be constructed in Laos. 
Despite the impact from the COVID-19 pandemic, both Chinese and Lao engineers are striving to complete the construction of the China-Laos Railway and put it on operation in the coming December as scheduled.
In the north the line will be connected to the Chinese rail system in Mohan, through the Yuxi–Mohan railway. In the south it meets the existing metre-gauge railway in Thanaleng, linking it via Nong Khai in Thailand to Bangkok. A high-speed, standard gauge extension to Bangkok is also under construction. When finished, the Boten–Vientiane railway will form an important part of the Kunming–Singapore railway.
China aims to build a 5,500-km trans-Asia railway, which begins in Yunnan's provincial capital Kunming and travels through Laos, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and Malaysia, before ending in Singapore, according to Ding He, a deputy project manager for the China–Laos railway project.The Boten–Vientiane railway is part of the Belt and Road Initiative.
 
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