Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan on Saturday visited Tian Jin Bin high- tech industrial area in Beijing.

Tian Jin Bin high- tech industrial development area is the first national industrial park

of China and is spread over a planned area of 85.74 square kilometres.

Two major national industrial development park – Hua Yuan Science Park and Tengu Science Park – are situated in Tian Jin Bin high- tech industrial development area. Both these are major parks of national industrial development.

The total planned area of Hua Yuan Science Park of Tian Jin is 11.58 square kilomteres. High- level residential facilities are available there and people working there are highly talented.

This park is a area from the point of view of environmental conservation.

Twenty- four worldlevel multinational companies like Siemens, Toyota, Samsung, Microsoft, Sanyo and NEC are situated in this park. These companies are counted among 500 top companies of the world.

Similarly, the total planned area of Bin High Science Park is 30.5 square kilometres where many noted science and technology companies are situated.

The chief minister visited Tianjin Lishen Battery Joint- Stock Co Ltd, which produces power cells, which are higher voltage and higher energy density batteries. These batteries are used in portable devices like mobiles, laptops, cameras, telecommunication terminals etc. environment- friendly atmosphere is the specialty of this project.

Chauhan watched activities at Tianjin Saixiang Technology Co Ltd. This is a leading company in the world in research, development and production of radial tyres. This company also produces machines and appliances used in the production of radial tyres.

Chauhan also visited Union Stemcell and Gene Engineering Co Ltd. This company is linked with medical science and research- based project.

There, monoclonal antibodies and gene chips are manufactured.

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