During the closed construction period, the project department focused on humane management and set up a prayer room in the Mongolian worker camp. During the festival, it also sent holiday gifts to local employees and their families in accordance with local customs.
During the construction of the factory area, the project department also paid great attention to the technical training of local employees, and planned to gradually realize that all Bangladeshi workers would operate related equipment after the production line was put into operation, so as to train a group of professional and technical workers for Bangladesh.
Ronnie Khan, a Mongolian employee of the Project Materials Department, has taught himself Chinese for 5 years. In his opinion, Chinese companies have brought advanced management concepts and technologies to the local area. Many Mongolian workers have become skilled after working on the project for a period of time. Electricians, welders, mechanical operators.
Roni Khan said that the project department provides guidance and training to local workers, and they will be awarded relevant certificates if they pass the exam. These opportunities are very rare locally. Local workers have learned skills and their income levels have also increased a lot.
After overcoming many difficulties, the sleeper production plant was completed on schedule and passed the supervision and acceptance. According to Wang Kun, general manager of the connecting line project department, the sleeper plant area is a microcosm of the efforts to prevent epidemics and ensure production during the epidemic of the connecting line project. There are more than 40 similar sites along the 170-kilometer project. In the face of various difficulties and challenges such as the epidemic, floods, and typhoons, Chinese employees stick to their posts and work hard to write a grand chapter in the construction of the “Belt and Road” with nearly 10,000 local employees.
Bangladesh Railway Bureau project manager Chowdhury said that, as an internationally renowned contractor, China Railways not only did not stop work during the epidemic, but also provided Bangladesh employees with epidemic prevention materials and medicines to prevent the epidemic and ensure production. The sleeper factory area is very advanced and will play an important role in project production after it is put into production. He expects Bangladesh and China to carry out more cooperation after the epidemic.
At this moment, ready to go. The first batch of 5,000 tons of steel rails imported from China has arrived at the construction site, and more than ten large steel beams produced and processed in China have arrived at the port and will begin to be erected. As the rainy season in Bangladesh is coming to an end, the construction of the project will usher in an accelerated period.