Freetech Hot-In-Place Recycling plays a key role on the Silk Road
In September 2013, China’s President Xi Jinping proposed a strategic plan to develop the Silk Road Economic Belt, an important component of the Belt and Road Initiative. An ambitious vision to promote China’s infrastructure, and stimulate economic integration for the Country, both nationally and locally.
Road transportation is the most important aspect of the Silk Road Economic Belt, with the key region of Xinjiang Uyghur playing an important part in strengthening the highway network.
Freetech is playing a vital role with their “Road Doctors” – environmental-friendly and highly efficient Hot-In-Place Recycling Trains. They have proved their effectiveness successfully completing the rehabilitation of nearly one hundred highways, provincial roads, and city roads in Xinjiang.
Ürümchi – Pearl of Silk Road
In July 2011, prior to the Asia-Europe Expo, the capital of the Xinjiang region, Ürümchi, called in Freetech to improve their road maintenance with Hot-In-Place Recycling Technology.
Over four years, Freetech worked hard to improve the city roads, airport expressway, and the roundabouts in Ürümchi.
Heshi Highway through the Grass Lake
The Grass Lake and the Heshi Highway is midway on the Silk Road, connecting North and South Xinjiang.
In 2012, Freetech was called in to bring their proven Hot-In-Place Recycling Technology to remove serious rutting issues.
Turpan to Ürümchi Highway
Over the last several years, the company has conducted three major rehabilitation projects on the Turpan – Ürümchi Highway, restoring the road surface with their effective, and environmental process, to ensure traffic and trade could continue to profit from the Silk Road.
In addition to the nearly one hundred roads and highways in Xinjiang, over the last four years Freetech has made its mark on the most important markets on the Silk Road Economic Belt, including Lanzhou, the all-important capital city of northwest China’s Gansu province, and Xi’an, the capital city of Shaanxi Province of central China, and the start of the Silk Road in the East.