Shudao Group is the main driving force and vanguard in building Sichuan into a strong transportation province. It boasts global competitiveness in areas such as transportation infrastructure design, construction, and more. Its business covers four major sectors: investment, construction, and operation of highways and railways; related diversified industries (including transportation logistics, transportation services, new urbanization construction along transportation routes, investment in minerals and new materials, investment in clean energy, etc.); intelligent transportation; and the integration of industry and finance. With operations spanning over 30 countries and regions, it employs 50,000 personnel and boasts seven domestic credit rating entities with 3A ratings, as well as three listed companies, namely, Sichuan Road & Bridge Group Co., Ltd., Sichuan Expressway Company LIMITED and Sichuan Shudao Equipment & Technology Co., Ltd.. In 2022, it became the first state-owned enterprise of Sichuan Province to be on the Fortune Global 500 List, and ranked 389th in 2023.
Groupama Group is a large-scale comprehensive insurance group with a history of 100 years. It originated from the agricultural mutual insurance company established by local farmers in France. It is the largest agricultural insurance company in France, occupying 2/3 of the market share in the French rural insurance market, and providing French farmers with all-round insurance guarantees such as planting insurance, breeding insurance and forest insurance. In terms of commercial insurance, Groupama’s motor insurance, enterprise comprehensive insurance and life insurance business are also in a leading position in the market, and its health insurance and local government group insurance rank first in France; Family property insurance, accident insurance and long-term care insurance rank second in France. At present, the international business of Groupama in France involves nine countries, including Italy, Turkey, Hungary, Romania, Greece, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Tunisia and China. More than 17% of its premium income comes from the international market.