China’s first intelligent factory for offshore drilling equipment starts operation

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China’s first intelligent factory for the production of offshore gas and oil extraction equipment was put into operation on Sunday, marking a breakthrough in pivoting the industry for smart manufacturing.

Covering an area of about 575,000 square meters, the factory has three intelligent production centers, seven auxiliary workshops and eight assembly stations.

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