China Transinfo has opened a new branch in Taiyuan, the capital of China’s Shanxi province. With a population of roughly 3.4 million and 250 miles west of Beijing, Shanxi is one of the economic hubs of central China and is experiencing rapid growth in its information technology infrastructure.
“Our Taiyuan office will be the focal point in building a transportation platform that covers the entire central China region,” says Shudong Xia, chief executive. “As a result, we expect to accelerate our business development, improve our distribution channels, and further integrate the region into China TransInfo’s strategic growth plan.”
Riping Li will serve as general manager of China Transinfo’s Shanxi branch. Li was formerly the chief executive of Shanxi Renguang Technology Company. He has more than 10 years of technical and managerial experience in the transportation information industry.
China Transinfo aims to become China’s largest transport information product and comprehensive solutions provider, and the largest integrated transport information platform and commuter traffic media platform builder. It is also developing electronic toll collection technology.
8 February 2008
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