On November 11-13, 2019, the "4th China-US Provincial Legislation Cooperation Forum" co-sponsored by the Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries (CPAFFC), the US State Legislation Leadership Foundation, and Hebei Province was held in Shijiazhuang City. The forum aimed to implement the results of the 2015 meeting between the heads of state of China and the United States and promote all-around pragmatic exchanges and cooperation between the two countries.
The members of the CPAFFC, the leaders of the provincial committees, and the leaders of the US state legislatures held discussions on the theme of "common vision, common responsibility" and issued the "Shijiazhuang Declaration" to strengthen cooperation and exchanges between Chinese and American state legislatures and promote local friendly exchanges, strengthen cooperation in ecological environmental protection, strengthen exchanges and cooperation in education, and develop exchanges in a wider range of areas. SailBri Cooper, Inc. (SCI ), a BRISEA Group, Inc. invested company, was invited to participate in this Forum and joined meetings between Chinese and American companies. As a representative of the US Delegation, Dr. Mark Moese, President of BRISEA and Interim President of SCI, shared the air quality measurement practice at the meeting.
Sailbri Cooper, Inc. (SCI) Company Profile
Located in Portland, USA, SCI is a world leader in innovation and breakthrough air monitoring technology. Their main products include the world's first analyzer capable of measuring organic carbon and elemental carbon by thermo-optic method and the first equipment capable of monitoring real-time heavy metals in ambient air. This professional monitoring equipment is used by researchers, regulators and industries around the world to solve air pollution problems. SCI has an extensive network of global distributors responsible for instrument sales and after-sales services. SCI's distributors are located in more than 60 countries around the world and work with government agencies, regulators, municipalities and academic institutions at the local level to deploy a global distribution and service network.