On July 19, the head of the provincial Accurate Help Corps Chen Huo-jun, together with three experts from Nanchang University and East China University of Technology, visited 10 help enterprises in our city to find out the implementation of the technical difficulties put forward by the enterprises in the early stage. Cao Jianwei, Director of Municipal Bureau of Science and Technology, Wang Yuefeng, Song Xinyong and Xie Juan, deputy heads of the Accurate Help Corps, were accompanied by the investigation.
Chen Yijun and his delegation visited ten enterprises, including Ganfeng Lithium Industry, Kaige New Materials, Jiangxi Kelda, Jiuwang Auto Parts and Teda Changlin. In view of the problem that the hardness of the product after coating can not reach 9H raised by Jiangxi Kelda Technology Co., Ltd., the expert group visited the enterprise coating workshop in the early stage to understand the origin and background of the problem in detail. According to the samples provided by the enterprise, the expert group exchanged in-depth with the enterprise technicians. At the same time, a small number of membrane samples were brought back to the Research Laboratory of the college for testing, and the improvement of the process was put forward. The research learned that the technical bottleneck problem that has plagued the enterprise for many years has been thoroughly solved. Up to now, the Provincial Precision Assistance Corps has organized three batches of 16 experts to carry out technical assistance in enterprises, helping to solve 20 technical problems of 9 enterprises, accounting for more than 95% of the total number of technical problems.
While helping enterprises solve technological problems, the provincial precise support group publicizes relevant preferential policies such as science and technology innovation policy, identification of high-tech enterprises, additional deduction of R&D funds, transformation of scientific and technological achievements to enterprises, and guides enterprises to make good use of and activate policies, promotes enterprises to improve quality and efficiency, and further reduces production costs. Three of the 10 enterprises supported in 2016 were identified as high-tech enterprises.