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The Revelation of China for Tanzanian Coal Resource Development

>PRWEB.COM Newswire

Zhengzhou, Henan (PRWEB) April 01, 2013

Coal has been meeting human demand for energy for a long time, and it has also become the indispensable element for various countries' industrial revolution and the modernization process. Within 30 years’ reform and opening-up in China, all walks of life and individual demand for energy is increasing. At the same time, coal is not only China's main raw materials of power generation, but domestic coal resources are also the richer one compared with other energy resources such as oil, natural gas. Therefore, coal is very important for China's economic development. However, Coal-fired power generation brings a variety of pollutants which have more and more big impact to the environment and human health.

Faced with the problem of coal pollution, China has actually made a lot of investment for a variety of advanced coal technology, in order to reduce the damage to the environment, at the same time keep its all kinds of favorable conditions such as: reserves abundance and low cost, etc. Both Tanzania and China are developing countries and face the tasks of developing economy and improving people's living standards. And both sides can learn from each other the good experience in national construction. As one of the main powers to promote the development of countries, enterprises need improve themselves to help countries stronger. Here is a good example in China: DSMAC (Zhengzhou Dingsheng Engineering Technology Co.,Ltd) aims to make employees happier, customers more satisfied, company more progress, and countries more rich. Their mining equipment focuses on the innovation of science and technology for the sake of environmental protection, which also has great help to Tanzanian economic development.

The United Republic of Tanzania has rich mineral resources, and it has been found that the main minerals are: gold, diamond, iron, nickel, coal, bauxite, etc. Now in addition to natural gas, gold, nickel and other mineral which has a larger-scale development, most others still have not gotten effective development and utilization. In recent years, industrial energy consumption gradually increases, and the effect of energy industry development lagging behind for restricting the development of the national economy increasingly prominent. In view of this, the government has introduced the preferential investment policy this year, designed to attract the exploration of coal, oil, etc. Pushed by the market demand and government policy, Tanzanian coal mining is eager to strengthen and develop.

On March 24, Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Tanzania as the first station of his trip to Africa. Tanzania held a grand welcome ceremony to greet the arrival of the chairman Xi Jinping. President Xi emphasizes, China and Tanzania have the traditional friendship as brothers, which has been deeply rooted in the hearts of the two peoples. His visit is to consolidate traditional friendship and plan for the future cooperation, promote common development. DSMAC also put forth their effort to strengthen the traditional friendship between our two countries. DSMAC coal crushers such as: roller crusher, ring hammer crusher, reversible hammer crusher and roller press are special designed for coal crushing which contributes to better development and utilization of Tanzanian coal mines.

About DSMAC:
DSMAC (Zhengzhou Dingsheng Engineering Technology Co.,Ltd) is a mining equipment manufacturer and exporter which is specialized in feeding, crushing and screening machine as well as wear crusher spare parts. DSMAC has earned a reputation for technical excellence, superior service, and on-time, on-budget delivery. Our products can not only be used in coal mines, but also be applied in gold ore mining, cement plant, metallurgy, limestone mineral, granite mineral and other mining industries.

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Lerry Liu, Chief Marketing Officers

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