QIU Jun, Deputy Dean of the School of Information Science and Engineering, FANG Fang, Deputy Secretary of the Communist Party Committee of the School, and heads of departments of the School visited Keli Sensing Technology (Ningbo) Co., Ltd. on May 7th in a bid to strengthen cooperation and communication with local companies for win-win results.
The delegation visited Keli Museum and Jiangbei Industrial Internet of Things Exhibition Hall, where they knew more about the company’s history and future trajectory. FANG Fang briefed the company leaders on the basic information of the School and QIU Jun expounded on the School’s new cooperation mode in education-research-production integration during the subsequent meeting. Attendees then had in-depth discussions on relevant issues. KE Jiandong, Chairman of the company, noted that Keli, a listed company with global reach, not only welcomes employees with global visions, business acumen and creativity, but also needs hard-working and down-to-earth ones. He also hoped that the cooperation with NingboTech could bring about win-win results.
The visit heralds mutually beneficial cooperation in student training and education-research-production integration in the future. The School will fully tap the resources of local companies and cultivate more professionals for local businesses and industries.
Keli Sensing Technology (Ningbo) Co., Ltd., founded in 2002, is one of the biggest manufacturers of steel sensors globally and the largest seller of load cell components domestically. Headquartered in Jiangbei Investment Pioneering Park, it’s a key national hi-tech company integrating design, R&D, manufacturing and sale.