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Improving boundary crossing clearance conditions in Hong Kong



As one of the initiatives to boost Hong Kong’s overall economic development, the government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (Highways Department) has proposed the construction of the Hong Kong Boundary Crossing Facilities (HKBCF) off 130 hectares of reclaimed land from the open waters off the northeast of the Hong Kong International Airport.

Dynapac paver SD2500WS and rollers such as CA2500 and CC4200VI are utilised in this project, actively working at the jobsite.

The Dynapac CA2500 is a medium heavy vibratory soil compactor, typical utility machine designed for long working days in tough applications. All types of base courses and reinforcement courses can be compacted to considerable depth. The 35mm hitch drum ensures excellent resistance to wear such that all types of base courses and subbase courses can be compacted effectively.

This HK$35.9 billion project will provide clearance facilities for passengers and vehicles entering or leaving Hong Kong via the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB) and serves as a strategic multi-modal transportation hub on the West of Hong Kong.


Realtech Ltd. is one of the paving and compaction equipment suppliers for this project. It also provides after sales services for the contractors. Currently, there are more than 15 units of Dynapac equipment operating at the jobsite supplied by them.

"Dynapac machine is durable with excellent aftermarket support and reasonable price to fulfill customer satisfaction. " Alex Lai, Manager of Realtech, Ltd. complimented.

With the road equipment from Dynapac, Realtech Ltd. is able to efficiently meet customer’s requirement in a timely manner while ensuring quality results. Committed to customer performance, Dynapac continues to develop and deliver excellent innovative equipment for compaction, paving and milling applications.
Fayat & Bauma 2022

Fayat & Bauma 2022

Fayat Road Equipment and its brands will be present at Bauma 2022.