HONG KONG--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Freetech Road Recycling Technology (Holdings) Limited (“Freetech,” or the “Group;” stock code: HK.6888), a leading asphalt pavement maintenance (the “APM”) integrated solution provider, announces that Mr. Sze Wai Pan, Chairman and CEO of the Group, recently visited Nanjing Vocational Institute of Transport Technology to present a keynote speech, and interacted with students on the topic of “Current Situation and Development Trend of Road Maintenance Market.”
On the event day, Mr. Sze Wai Pan donated a batch of copies of the book named “Research and Application of Hot-in-Place Recycling Technology for Asphalt Pavement,” that is positioned as the first in-depth study on Hot-in-Place recycling technology published by the Group recently. Also, Mr. Sze delivered an experience sharing lecture on independent innovation. Before the lecture, Mr. Sze granted the third “Freetech Road Doctor class” scholarship awards to 11 outstanding students, and talked with Mr. Zhang Yi, the Dean of Nanjing Vocational Institute of Transport Technology and Deputy Party Secretary.
Dean Zhang highly recognized the technical monograph published by Freetech and expressed again his admiration for the contribution made by Freetech to the transportation industry which plays a positive role in elevating the professional level and accelerating the healthy development of China’s road maintenance industry. The Institute will continue to carry out in-depth exchanges and cooperation with Freetech in various fields.
About Freetech Road Recycling Technology (Holdings) Limited (Stock Code: HK.6888)
Freetech Road Recycling Technology is a leading integrated solution provider using the Hot-in-Place recycling technology in the asphalt pavement maintenance industry renowned for its Road Doctor brand. As of 30 June 2016, the Group owned 113 registered patents and had 15 pending patent applications in Hot-in-Place Recycling Technology and related equipment. The Group has also established 12 joint ventures and associates and appointed 12 franchisees across China including Hunan, Inner Mongolia, Jiangsu, Fujian, Xinjiang and Guangdong in order to expand its customer base across the country.