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Hangzhou, China December XX, 2018 - Otis Electric Elevator Co., Ltd. (“Otis Electric”) has been selected as the vertical transportation partner for a new line on Kunming Metro. It will provide approximately 200 elevators and escalators for Kunming Metro Line 4, having previously worked with Kunming Metro Lines 1 and 2.
“Otis Electric is pleased to continue supporting the urbanization of Kunming, Yunnan’s provincial capital in southwest China with a population of about 7 million people,” Otis Electric President Tom Yu said. “In addition to escalator equipment, Otis Electric will provide maintenance service for Kunming Metro, moving millions of passengers in the city every day.”
With a total length of nearly 43 kilometers, Kunming Metro Line 4 is being built to connect the city center and Chenggong New District via two important railway stations. It will also be a key interchange for the five metro lines eventually planned for Kunming.
Otis Electric is playing an active role in China’s ongoing rail transit expansion, providing escalators, elevators and maintenance services for 17 of the more than 30 Chinese cities with rail transit networks.
About Otis Electric
Introduced to China in January 2016, Otis Electric is supported by manufacturing facilities in Hangzhou and Chongqing, as well as an accredited testing laboratory, and over 300 branches and service depots across China. With strong capabilities to deploy the latest technologies in products and services, Otis Electric is dedicated to satisfying customer needs, especially in the residential, commercial and public infrastructure segments.
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