Leading Chinese port crane manufacturer ZPMC innovates with digital solutions

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Within three decades, the Shanghai-based port crane manufacturer Zhenhua, also known as ZPMC (Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. ), has become a major player in the global maritime industry. CGTN reporter Zhou Jiaxin visits one of its bases in Nantong to find out how it transitioned from heavy-equipment engineering to digital port solutions. #Tidesofchange

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