Zhongxin Finance, May 26 (Zuo Yuqing) Serbia in early summer is full of greenery and vitality.

In the section from Novi Sad to Subotica to the border section of the Hungary-Serbia railway, builders from China are busy.

Construction machinery and vehicles are going in and out of the construction site, and they are working overtime to open up new work surfaces.

  Since 2018, Qi Fengran has witnessed the successes of the Hungary-Serbia Railway, one by one, from the head of the material department of the project department of the Serbian section of the Hungary-Serbia Railway of China Railway International Co., Ltd. to the deputy general manager of the project department in charge of production and construction, external coordination and material management. .

  The Hungary-Serbia Railway is the first order for Chinese railway technical equipment to enter the European market. It needs to pass the strict EU TSI (Technical Specification for Interconnection and Interconnection) certification, DEBO certification and other relevant EU CE certifications. There is no ready-made experience to learn from, and challenges appear one after another.

  The most memorable thing for Qi Feng was the TSI certification process of the catenary suspension system.

Domestic suppliers have carried out relevant certifications in advance and obtained market access conditions.

However, in February 2019, when the domestic catenary materials were applied to the construction of the Hungary-Serbia railway, they were questioned and obstructed by the EU certification agency hired by the owner.

  Qi Fengran took the lead in allocating resources, organized domestic suppliers and all participating units to conduct in-depth study on EU certification standards, and carried out special training; cooperated with EU professional certification consulting agencies, and established general contractors, certification consulting agencies, construction subcontractors and The TSI certification working group composed of suppliers and supplier certification agencies, etc., regularly holds certification special meetings according to their majors to discuss and solve existing problems.

  In June 2019, domestic catenary materials obtained the first TSI certification and obtained the owner's license.

  In addition to the strict certification, another problem faced by the construction of the Hungary-Serbia railway is the lack of materials.

Concrete sleepers, ballasts, turnouts, steel rails, rail accessories... These seemingly ordinary materials are relatively scarce in Serbia, and some materials rely on imports, and the production and transportation cycle during the epidemic is long.

  In order to ensure the stable supply of materials, Qi Fengran contacts material manufacturers through various channels, arranges special personnel to monitor and control bulk materials and key materials in the factory, and prompts them in time; emergency needs.

  On January 18, 2022, the dynamic test of the Beno section of the Hungary-Serbia Railway officially started.

The "big test" before the opening to traffic is to test whether the train can run at a speed of 200 kilometers per hour safely and stably.

At that time, the epidemic situation in Serbia was severe. Qi Fengran, who was in charge of dynamic testing coordination, risked being infected by the virus, communicated with Serbian personnel from the Ministry of Transport, railway infrastructure companies, testing institutions, construction subcontractors and other Serbian personnel without interruption, and presided over the meeting. Coordinate meetings, solve various problems, and only sleep four or five hours a day on average.

  Hard work pays off.

On the morning of January 21, 2022, the test vehicle was successfully accelerated to 200 kilometers per hour on the Beno section of the Hungary-Serbia Railway. The testing waveforms met the requirements, with good stability, smoothness and comfort.

  On March 19, the Beno section of the Hungary-Serbia Railway was officially opened for operation, and the leaders of Serbia and Hungary rode and experienced the EMU train.

At the railway station square in Novi Sad, the second largest city in Serbia, listening to the applause and cheers of thousands of people at the scene, Qi Fengran felt a sense of accomplishment and pride from the bottom of his heart.