BEIJING, Sept. 11 (Xinhua) -- Central China's Hubei Province signed a strategic cooperation framework agreement with China National Aviation Fuel Group Limited (CNAF) on Wednesday, in a bid to deepen cooperation in aviation logistics and related industries.
Wang Xiaodong, governor of Hubei Province, noted that CNAF has provided great support for Hubei during the post-epidemic era. By giving a full display of resources advantages, CNAF is expected to continue increasing its investment in Hubei, actively participate in the new round of construction and development, strengthen the in-depth cooperation with Hubei in aviation logistics and aviation-related industries.
Hubei will also make all-out efforts to create a sound environment and provide high-quality services for enterprises that make investments, added Wang.
Zhou Qiang, chairman of the CNAF, said the company will take this opportunity to comprehensively enhance the aviation fuel guarantee capabilities of civil airports in Hubei, promote integrated development of the general aviation field with Hubei, deepen cooperation in refined oil circulation, aviation logistics and aviation-related industries, build production bases for civil aviation special vehicles, forge high-end manufacturing bases, and make greater contributions to the recovery and high-quality development of Hubei after the epidemic.
CNAF is the leading state-owned aviation fuel supplier which integrates the purchase, transportation, storage, quality management, sales and into-plane service of aviation fuel in China. Having been included in the Fortune Global 500 list for ten consecutive years, it has owned 4 subsidiaries in Hubei at present. (Edited by Zhang Yuan with Xinhua Silk Road, email@example.com)