ENUSA in the 11th Edition of the China International Exhibition on Nuclear Power Industry

ENUSA has taken part again this year in the China International Exhibition on Nuclear Power Industry, the most important nuclear trade fair in China that is held in Beijing. ENUSA had a stand in the Spanish pavilion together with companies such as Tecnatom, Ringo Válvulas, ENSA and Técnicas Reunidas and under the coordination of the Nuclear Industry Forum.

Year after year, the Beijing trade fair offers an important meeting point for companies with interests in the Chinese nuclear sector and it is a great opportunity to establish commercial contacts. ENUSA has been present in China since 2007 through the Spanish Nuclear Group for Cooperation (SNGC), a consortium of Spanish companies whose aim is the supply of nuclear products and services abroad, primarily focusing on China and South America.

The SNGC business activity has been intense in recent years, as evidenced by the current process of execution of the collaboration agreements signed in previous years with the leading firms with nuclear assets in this Asian country. These agreements position the SNGC as a real alternative for the supply of products and services both to the operating plants and to the new reactors under construction.

ENUSA also operates in the Asian country on its own, selling both fresh and irradiated fuel manufacturing and inspection equipment developed with in-house technology and together with Tecnatom. In 2014, ENUSA sold its first inspection equipment in China and Brazil.

This year the ENUSA stand was visited by representatives of the fuel factories of Baotou and Yibin and CGN Group companies such as CNPDC, CNPRI and CGN-URC. In addition to the visits strictly related to the nuclear world, the Spanish pavilion also welcomed Mr. Serra, the Economic and Commercial Counselor of the Spanish Embassy, and Mr. Ma Kai, one of the four Chinese Vice Premiers and member of the State Council, who asked about the activities of the Spanish nuclear sector companies in China.