Harbin Electric

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Harbin Electric Company Limited
Traded asSEHK1133
IndustryPower plant equipment manufacturing
Area served
Key people
Zou Lei (邹磊) (Chairman)
Total assetsCNY 64.4 billion (2014)[1]
ParentHarbin Electric Corporation
WebsiteHarbin Electric Corporation
Harbin Electric Company Limited

Harbin Electric Company Limited, formerly Harbin Power Equipment Company Limited, is a Chinese enterprise engaged in the research and development, manufacturing and construction of power plant equipment.[2] Along with Shanghai Electric and Dongfang Electric it is one of the three largest manufacturers of power plant equipment in China. According to Platts the company in 2009-10 was the second largest manufacturer of steam turbines by worldwide market share, tying Dongfang Electric and slightly behind Shanghai Electric.[3]


In October 1994, the company was formed through the restructuring of Harbin Power Plant Equipment Corporation (currently Harbin Electric Corporation).[4] It is headquartered in Harbin, Heilongjiang and listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.


  1. ^ "公司介绍 (Company Profile)". Official Website of Harbin Electric Company Limited (in Chinese). Retrieved 1 March 2016.
  2. ^ Harbin Power Equipment Company Limited
  3. ^ "Capital Goods: China Losing Its Shine". Societe General.
  4. ^ Renaming Notice of Controlling Shareholder

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