Tianjin Baolai Steel Industry Group Co.,Ltd is one of the earliest steel pipe enterprises in China to enter the international market. After more than thirty years of development, we have 1500+employees,8 lines of ERW pipe and 5 lines of hot dip galvanizing. Annual capacity 600,000 tons for production of ERW pipe, 400,000 tons for hot dip galvanizing,200,000 tons for further process, like threading, painting, grooving, welding, drilling, cutting length. Sales volume of domestic and foreign trade exceeds 5million tons. Its total area reach 266,668 square meters.
We have achieved UL, FM, API, JIS , EN, BS, ASTM, LQRA, UL, TUV, ISO certificates. Till now, we export annually 150,000 tons to over 150+ countries.
We have built long-term partnership with customers worldwide, like South America, Southeast Asia, Africa, Middle East and so on. Baolai provides reliable and stable solutions for customers to carry out large-scale projects. Our steel products are widely used in fire protection system, water pipeline, the transmission of oil and gas, boiler tube, highway Guardrail , greenhouse and so on. Through our cooperation, we have perfectly completed many well-known projects, and both parties have achieved a win-win situation.
Xi'an Airport A380 Hangar
The Xian Airport A380 Hangar is a state-of-the-art facility built specifically to service the Airbus A380 aircraft. It is located at Xianyang International Airport in China and serves as a hub for many of the world's largest airlines. Baolai was appointed as the steel pipe supplier for The Xian Airport A380 Hangar, and it is a great honor to participate in the construction of this project.
The hangar has a capacity of servicing up to three A380s simultaneously, making it the largest and most technologically advanced facility of its kind in the world. It has a total area of 153,000 square meters and a height of 35 meters, making it capable of accommodating even the largest of aircraft.The hangar's design is based on the principles of energy efficiency and environmental sustainability, equipped with a range of advanced technologies such as solar panels, rainwater collection systems, and recycling facilities. It also features a range of advanced maintenance equipment and tools, including high-tech lifts, cranes, and aircraft towing vehicles.
The Xian Airport A380 Hangar is a testament to China's commitment to innovation and technological advancement. Its construction has positioned the country as a major player in the global aviation industry and has enabled Xian Xianyang International Airport to service some of the most advanced aircraft in the world.
Xi'an Olympic Stadium
The Xian Olympic Stadium, also known as the Xi'an Olympic Sports Centre, is a multi-purpose stadium located in Xi'an, China. It was built for the 11th National Games of China and was completed in 2011. The stadium has a seating capacity of 57,000 and covers an area of 108 hectares.
The design of the stadium is unique and inspired by traditional Chinese architecture. The main structure resembles a giant bird's nest, with a lattice-like exterior made of steel and concrete. With its own high-quality steel pipe products and good reputation in the industry, Baolai has successfully become a supplier. This design provides natural ventilation and reduces the need for air conditioning. The stadium also has a retractable roof, which allows events to be held in any weather conditions.
The Xian Olympic Stadium has hosted several international sporting events, including the China Open tennis tournament and the AFC Asian Cup soccer tournament. It has also been used for cultural events, concerts, and exhibitions. In addition to the main stadium, the sports center also includes several other facilities, such as an indoor swimming pool, a gymnasium, and a track and field stadium.
Overall, the Xian Olympic Stadium is a landmark structure in Xi'an and a symbol of China's growing prominence in the international sporting arena. Its stunning design and state-of-the-art facilities make it a popular destination for sports fans and tourists alike.
Tianjin Binhai Airport T2 Terminal
Tianjin Binhai International Airport Terminal 2, also known as TBIA T2, is a new terminal that was opened in 2014 to handle the growing passenger traffic at Tianjin Binhai International Airport. The terminal is located to the east of Terminal 1 and covers an area of 336,000 square meters, with 41 boarding gates and 104 check-in desks. Through hard work, Baolai has successfully provided steel pipes for the construction of Tianjin Binhai Airport.
TBIA T2 is designed to handle up to 22.5 million passengers annually, making it one of the largest airport terminals in China. It is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, including a high-speed Wi-Fi network, duty-free shops, restaurants, lounges, and other travel amenities.
The design of TBIA T2 is based on the concept of a "flying seabird," which reflects the airport's location near the Bohai Sea. The terminal features a curved roof with undulating lines that resemble the wings of a bird in flight.
TBIA T2 is connected to Terminal 1 and other airport facilities by a shuttle bus service and a pedestrian walkway. It serves as a hub for several major airlines, including Hainan Airlines, Tianjin Airlines, and Okay Airways, among others.
Beijing Shougang Coal Shed Reconstruction
The Beijing Shougang Coal Shed Reconstruction is a project aimed at transforming an old coal storage facility into a modern cultural space. The site, which is located in the Shijingshan District of Beijing, was formerly used by the Shougang Group, a large steel company, to store coal for their operations. After the renovation, Shougang was also used as the venue for the Beijing Winter Olympics skiing event in 2022. Baolai was very fortunate to be one of the steel pipe supplier of this project.
The project, which was initiated by the Beijing Municipal Government, is part of a larger plan to rejuvenate the Shougang Industrial Park and turn it into a center for innovation and culture. The coal shed, which covers an area of 185,000 square meters, will be transformed into a multifunctional space that includes exhibition halls, performance venues, and recreational facilities.
The design of the space will be based on the principle of sustainable development, with a focus on energy conservation and environmental protection. The renovation will also preserve the historical and cultural significance of the site, which played a key role in the development of China's steel industry.
The Beijing Shougang Coal Shed Reconstruction is expected to become a landmark cultural space in Beijing, attracting visitors from all over the world. The project is scheduled for completion in 2021.
Beijing Capital International Airport
Beijing Capital International Airport is the main international airport serving Beijing, the capital city of China. It is located in the northeast suburbs of the city, about 20 kilometers from the city center. The airport was opened in 1958 and has undergone several expansions and renovations over the years to become one of the largest airports in the world. It serves as the hub for Air China and China Southern Airlines and handles over 100 million passengers annually. The airport has three main terminals and several satellite terminals, with facilities that include shopping areas, restaurants, lounges, and transit hotels. It has connections to over 200 destinations worldwide and is a key gateway for travel to and from China. Baolai is very honored to be the steel pipe provider of Capital International Airport.
Bangladesh is a bustling country that is full of life and energy. It is a country that is rich in culture and heritage, and its people are passionate about sports. One of the most popular sports in Bangladesh is cricket, and it is played in many stadiums across the country.
The country has a number of impressive stadiums that have played host to some of the biggest cricket matches in the world. These stadiums are not only home to cricket, but they also host other sports like football and athletics.
Overall, Bangladesh has a strong sporting culture, and its stadiums are a testament to this. They are not only impressive facilities, but they also serve as important cultural landmarks for the people of Bangladesh. The success of the project of the Bangladesh Gymnasium reflects the reputation and influence of Baolai Steel Pipe in Asia.
Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge
The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge is a 55-kilometer long bridge-tunnel system that connects Hong Kong, Zhuhai, and Macao in China. It is the world's longest sea bridge and the largest infrastructure project in China's history. Baolai is very proud to be able to provide steel pipes for the construction of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge and contribute to the construction of the motherland.
Construction of the bridge began in 2009 and was completed in 2018. The bridge has six lanes for traffic, including two lanes for emergency use, and a speed limit of 100 km/h.
The bridge has several unique features including an undersea tunnel that passes through the Lingdingyang channel, a man-made island that houses the border crossing facilities, and a 12.9-kilometer long section that is designed to withstand typhoons and earthquakes.
The bridge has reduced travel time between the three cities from 4 hours to 45 minutes, making it easier for people and goods to move between the Greater Bay Area, a region that includes Hong Kong, Macao, and nine cities in Guangdong province.
The bridge has also boosted tourism and economic development in the region, creating new opportunities for businesses and residents.
State Grid UHV Project – Shandong
The State Grid Ultra High Voltage (UHV) Project in Shandong is a major infrastructure initiative in China that aims to improve the country's power transmission capacity and efficiency. The project involves the construction of more than 1,900 kilometers of high-voltage transmission lines and substations in Shandong Province, which is located along China's eastern coast. Baolai Steel Pipe is very pleased to be the supplier of this project.
The project is part of China's ambitious efforts to upgrade its power grid infrastructure to meet the increasing energy demands of its rapidly growing economy. The UHV transmission lines being constructed have the capacity to transmit electricity over long distances with minimal power loss, making it a more efficient and cost-effective way of delivering power to densely populated areas.
Through the implementation of this project, China is not only investing in long-term energy security but also in the creation of new jobs in the region. As a renewable energy supporter, the State Grid UHV project also enables easier transmission of energy from renewable sources in the region to other parts of the country.
The State Grid Corporation of China, which is the country's largest power utility company, is responsible for the implementation of the project. The project is expected to be completed by 2025, and its successful implementation will play a vital role in supporting China's energy transition towards clean and sustainable sources.