Danish Export - Water China U-S-E Water ProjectBringing Danish Water Technology to China
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About the U-S-E Water Project
The U-S-E Water Project, operated by the Danish Export Association, financially supported by the Danish Industry Foundation, is going to empower a greater number of Danish companies to build relationships with strong local partners and give access to projects in the developing water market of China.
Ningbo built its first modern water treatment plant in 2007. Raised on a hillside in the mountains near this urban area of about 4 million in Zhejiang province, the Ningbo Dongqian Lake water plant would supply water to about a third of the city's population. Jiang...
As China continues to sharpen its focus on environmentally sustainable industrial production, zero liquid discharge legislation is increasingly enforced in factories countrywide. To reduce the significant energy costs that result from wastewater being transformed from...
U-S-E Water Roadshow to China 16th – 20th September 2019 We had 10 companies joining us on our Roadshow to China. Alfa Laval, Aquaporin, AVK, Danfoss, Grundfos, Hempel, Hoyer, Kamstrup, KD Group, and our partner Vandcenter Syd. The roadshow consisted of company visits...
Discover your potential in China
As part of the U-S-E Water Project as an SME, you will get the opportunity to build knowledge about the market, gain insights about your potential customers and get an assessment of your potential in China.
Increase your sales in China
You will get the opportunity to further accelerate your sales to the Chinese market, gain knowledge about the right partners and projects and build contacts with other Danish based companies and by doing so strengthen your position towards Chinese key stakeholders.
The project is supported by partners in Denmark and China e.g. VCS Denmark, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark and Shanghai Environmental Protection Industry Association.
Danish Export Association lead the U-S-E Water Project, which is funded by The Danish Industry Foundation.