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PORTOVIEJO (ECUADOR)， April 21， 2016 (Xinhua) -- Staff members of ECU 911 work in Portoviejo， Ecuador， April 20， 2016. ECU 911， the nationwide integrated system for emergency responses， designed and built by China National Electronics Import and Export Corp.， connects Ecuador's various security and disaster relief agencies from the police， fire department， transportation and paramedic units to the Red Cross， so as to facilitate emergency response. In the ECU 911 headquarters in Quito， over 20 Chinese engineers， along with their Ecuadorian colleagues， work day and night to ensure this life-saving system runs well. (XinhuaHao Yunfu)
BEIJING， April 25 (Xinhua) -- Chinese-manufactured equipment and the infrastructure facilities built by Chinese enterprises have stood the test of a strong earthquake that jolted Ecuador earlier this month， setting a paradigm for production capacity cooperation with Latin America.
The deadly 7.8-magnitude tremor， which struck the northern Pacific coast of Ecuador on April 16， has caused heavy losses of human lives and property damage in the South American country.
According to Ecuadorian authorities， the death toll has risen to nearly 650 and close to 7，000 buildings have been destroyed.
But dams， roads and bridges constructed by Chinese companies survived the disaster safe and sound， while Ecuadorians also hailed Chinese enterprises' relief efforts.
Many Ecuadorians said that in their country， the Chinese enterprises are always reliable and ready to help them in times of natural disasters.
Currently over 120 Chinese industrial and business bodies have registered with the Chinese embassy in Ecuador. Their businesses range from hydraulic electricity generation and road and bridge construction to communication and financial services.
CHINESE-MADE EQUIPMENTS HELP SAVE LIVES
During this deadly earthquake， equipment made in China have played an important role in saving lives after the deadly quake.
The ECU911 emergency warning and monitoring system， designed and built by China National Electronics Import and Export Corp.(CEIEC)， connects Ecuador's various security and disaster relief agencies， such as police forces， fire departments， transportation， paramedic units and the Red Cross， to aid reaction speed to emergencies via a single telephone number -- 911.
Covering the entire country via 16 command and control centers， ECU911 is playing a key role in handling emergency needs from the quake-struck regions and coordinating rescue work.
ECU911 is an integrated system of police services， video surveillance with thousands of cameras， GPS， geographic information， and a smart analysis of resources， among others.
In ECU911's headquarters in Quito， some 20 Chinese technicians have been working day and night to ensure this life-saving system runs well since the earthquake hit the country.
During the first two days after the killer quake， ECU911 handled at least 17，888 emergency cases.
"After the earthquake， we are operating at 100 percent to help grant the coverage the country needs，" said Francisco Rolayo， director of ECU911 Quito Center.
"Our crisis center regroups help at all levels of government， to send food， rescue materials and other necessities while we also coordinate the planes being sent to help in relief efforts， mainly to the province of Manabi，" he added， saying ECU911 regional centers for the quake-struck areas like Esmeraldas， Portoviejo， Santo Domingo and Machala are also available to provide necessary services.
PARADIGM FOR PRODUCTION CAPACITY COOPERATION
Meanwhile， the Coca Codo Sinclair hydroelectric plant， the largest one in Ecuador built by China's Sinohydro Corporation， remained intact during the earthquake.
The first four of the eight turbines in total at the plant were started on April 13， only three days before the quake.
When the earthquake happened， the turbines stopped running following the automatic start of a self-production system.