Tiwi and Qalhat are among the best destinations for adventure and expedition in the Sultanate of Oman. However, the two regions suffer from acute water scarcity, which represents a serious obstacle to development. In 2019, QT Group was entrusted by Veolia Group’s Oman branch to provide containerised desalination solutions.
From 20th to 24th October 2019, a delegation from the China Osmotic Membrane Industry Association (MIAC) was invited to Dubai, UAE, to participate in the 2019 World Desalination Congress organized by the International Desalination Association (IDA). The QT group was represented by its technical director Dr. Qiu Yunjun.
On October 17-18, 2019, at the invitation of Chairman Lu Yongyi of QT group, Mr. Zheng Genjiang, Chairman of Membrane Industry Association of China (MIAC), visited Beijing QT Desalination Co., Ltd. and QT Enviro-Tech (Suzhou) Co., Ltd, the R&D and manufacturing base in Suzhou.
As the 16th largest economy in the world and the largest economy in the association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Indonesia's government has issued a series of energy development plans in recent years, and hopes to effectively alleviate the country's power shortage by completing these plans.
As we all know, alluvial sand is the main component of concrete, thus plays an important role in the construction sector. Given the rapid development of urbanization in China as well as the fact that the river ecosystem has been greatly altered by an overexploitation of available resources, the demand for alluvial sand has increased considerably.
In 2019, the QT Group was entrusted with the mission relating to the design of a seawater desalination station at the port of Nouadhibou in Mauritania. This Maghreb country whose geographic location constitutes a real strategic asset and an important platform in terms of trade and logistics between North Africa and sub-Saharan Africa.