The String Technologies Testing Centre in Sharjah continues welcoming delegations from all over the world. This time, Mr Gyan Singh Rathore, a representative of the Indian Ministry of Tourism, has visited the site. He was accompanied by Mr Siril Saji George, Managing Partner at Ecolit Building Contracting L.L.C, international construction company.
The meeting began with a project presentation at which the guests got to know about the advantages of the string transport and discussed the application of the technology in the Indian tourism sector. In particular, Mr Gyan Singh Rathore was interested in building tracks in the mountainous area of the state of Goa.
We should highlight that the project now has all the necessary resources to implement commercial orders in any region of India, regardless of the landscape and climatic conditions.
The delegates were also introduced to the high-speed model of the string transport, which can accelerate up to 500 km/h outside the city. The guests particularly appreciated the vehicle's comfortable salon and multimedia system.
At the end, the representatives of the Centre presented Mr Gyan Singh Rathore with the monograph of the project founder Anatoli Unitsky, and the guest himself left a positive review in the Guest Book and wished the technology a speedy implementation in India.