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Old 02-03-2008, 07:08 AM   #11
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Super heavy duty trucks lead China's truck exports in 2007.

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February 3, 2008 – Last year, China exported a total of 248,000 heavy duty trucks, which represents 40.3 percent of China's total vehicle exports in the year. Total value of China's heavy truck exports amounted to 2.31 billion in U.S. dollars, which amounts to 31.5 percent of China's total vehicle exports last year, Xinhua News Agency reported today.

However, super heavy trucks (total weight over 20 tons) lead China's truck export by a spectacular growth of 372.0 percent from one year earlier, according to statistics Xinhua cited from Automobile Division of China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Machinery and Electronic Products (CCCME).

Last year China exported a total of 25,200 super heavy duty trucks, up 372.0 percent from one year earlier. Total value of these exported super heavy duty trucks amounts to $937 million, an impressive increase of 435.7 percent from one year earlier.

"Heavy duty trucks have led China's truck exports for quite a few years," said Fu Peizhao, a senior engineer from the Automobile Division of China Chamber of Commerce for Import and Export of Machinery and Electronic Products (CCCME).

"In last year's truck exports, heavy and middle-duty truck experienced an impressive growth over one year earlier, however light duty trucks experience a much slower growth in comparison with heavy and middle duty trucks," Fu said. "This indicates to us a structural change of China's truck exports over the past year."

The structural change of China's vehicle exports offers an explanation of the growth of unit price of China-exported vehicles.

In 2007, the average unit price hit 1l, 905 in U.S. dollars, an increase of 30.4 percent from one year earlier, according to the CCCME report.
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China's top 10 commercial vehicle sellers in January:
http://www.gasgoo.com/auto-news/5841...n-January.html

China sold a total of 198,000 commercial vehicles in Chinese market in January, up 19.91 percent from one year earlier, but down 3.19 percent from one month earlier.
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China's top 10 commercial vehicle sellers in February.

March 19, 2008 – China Association of Automobile Manufacturers unveiled top 10 commercial vehicle sellers in February.
The top 10 commercial vehicle sellers sold a total of 121,600 automobiles in February, which represents 70 percent of Chinese total domestic auto sales in the month.

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Rank / Automaker / February sales
1. / Beiqi Foton (Beijing) / 28,800
2. / Dongfeng Motor (Hubei province) / 24,600
3. / FAW (Jilin province) / 17,500
4. / JAC (Anhui province) / 10,200
5. / Sinotruck (Shandong province) / 8,500
6. / Jinbei (Liaoning province) / 8,200
7. / Changan (Chongqing) / 7,200
8. / Jianglingi (Jiangxi province) / 5,700
9. / Shaanxi Auto (Shaanxi province) / 5,400
10. / KAMA (Shandong province) / 5,400
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China 1Q commercial vehicle sales up 24.1% at 727,600 Units.

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April 10, 2008 - Commercial vehicle sales in China rose 24.1% to 727,600 units in the first quarter, data from a semi-official industry group showed Wednesday.

In March alone, 356,100 commercial vehicles were sold in the country, a 27.1% increase from the same period a year earlier, the China Association of Automobile Manufacturers said in a statement.

In the three months ended March 31, vehicle sales in China grew 21.4% to 2.58 million units, the statement said. Sales in March totaled 1.06 million vehicles, a new record high, it said without stating the percentage increase.

The statement didn't provide comparative figures for the year-earlier period.
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Hello, all. I'm new to the forum but have an interest in the trucking industry. I've recently began looking into how things are done in other countries and came across this forum. I was just wondering what some of the differences are in Chinese trucking companies vs. their American counterparts.
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Default China's top 10 CV makers in April

China's top ten commercial vehicle (CV) makers sold a total of 222,900 vehicles in April, representing 70.15% of the total CV sales in the country that month, according to a report from China Association of Automobile Manufacturers

Beiqi Foton stays No. 1 player in April with sales of 46,086 units. Dongfeng Motor and FAW continue to take the second and third places with 34,007 and 27,016 units sold respectively.

In the first four months, the top ten CV makers sold 738,200 vehicle units, accounting for 70.6% of the total.

The list below shows the top 10 CV makers and their sales figures in April:

Rank / Automaker / April sales
1. / Beiqi Foton (Beijing) / 46,086
2. / Dongfeng Motor (Hubei province) / 34,007
3. / FAW (Jilin province) / 27,016
4. / JAC (Anhui province) / 15,592
5. / Jinbei (Liaoning province) / 11,995
6. / Sinotruck (Shandong province) / 9,572
7. / Changan (Chongqing) / 9,416
8. / Jiangling (Jiangxi province) / 8,825
9. / Nanjing Auto(Jjiangsu province) / 8,669
10. / Shaanxi Auto (Shaanxi province) / 7,592

Source: China Association of Automobile Manufacturers


Presentation of Hubei Qixing Truck and Cabin Manufacturing Co.:
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Hubei Qixing Truck and Cabin Manufacturing Co., Ltd., the main truck and cabin manufacturer in China, is a state-owned share holding corporation. Founded in 1980, Qixing has developed into a hi-tech oriented company owning 14 subsidiaries. It has three industry parks including mechanical production, refinery chemical, polycrystalline silicon and casting, four service systems covering natural gas, hydropower station, hotel and logistics & transportation, and two real estate companies. With more than 3500 employees, occupied area of 1,700,000m2 and fixed assets of RMB2.6billion, Qixing has annual production of 100,000 cabins, 15,000 special purpose trucks and chassis,100,000 tons of casting components, 20,000 tons of Methyl Tin Mercaptide Complex, 8,000 tons of Elthglhexyl Thiogycolate, and 1,500 tons of polycrystalline silicon and monocrystalline silicon materials.

Enjoying over 30 years' truck and cabin production experience, the company can produce trucks and 185 varieties of truck cabins, crane cabins and other special purpose cabins. Its products have passed the quality certification such as GB/T19001-2008, GJB9001B-2009 and CCC. Qixing has been authorized as the truck supplier for military. It has the technology & engineering center of special purpose cabin in China and postdoctor industry area in Hubei province. “Qixing” has won the honor of China Famous Brand and the Qixing Cabin has been awarded the China outstanding product prize by customers. Also, the company has been entitled “national quality creditable enterprise”, “Hubei industry advanced enterprise”, “China top 500 industry enterprise”, “Hubei top 100 industry enterprise” and “Spark model enterprise”. Both the sales volume of Qixing cabin and Methyl Tin Mercaptide Complex have ranked the No.1 in China.

The truck products of the company have been exported to the Middle-east, Africa, south America, Australia and other counties in Asia. The cabin products are mainly supplied to China National Heavy Duty Truck Corp and other main truck producers in China. Also, the products have been exported to Russia, Vietnam, Iran and other areas in the world.

Having R&D center for mould design and development, inner decoration design and production, pressing and painting workshops and so on, the company can provide complete designs and production lines for various cabins at customers’ requirements.
http://www.qixingauto.com/index.asp
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http://www.360che.com/news/111105/17601.html

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Old 11-10-2008, 01:17 AM   #17
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China '08 heavy truck sales to hit 500,000 units

November 10, 2008

Shanghai, November 10 (Gasgoo.com) Over the past 30 years, the output and sales of China's heavy-duty trucks have increased from 4,131 units in 1978 to 489,000 units in 2007, and the volume is expected to reach 500,000 units this year, said xinhuanet.com today, citing Ma Chunji, chairman of Sinotruk, the country's leading heavy-duty truck manufacturer.

China had imported heavy trucks for many years. In 1960, the first Chinese-developed heavy truck was rolled out in Jinan Auto Works, the predecessor of Sinotruk, marking the beginning of China's heavy truck manufacturing history, but this industry in China had seen a relatively small scale for 40 years, said the chairman of Sinotruk.

It was in 2001 that Sinotruk started a series of innovative and restructuring reforms to improve its production capacity. The sales of the company skyrocketed to 100,000 units in 2007 (from its annual output of 3,800 units in 2006), making Sinotruck the leading heavy truck maker in China and one of the top five heavy truck makers in the world.

The sales of China-made heavy trucks are set to top 500,000 units in 2008, but this figure will still leave much room for expansion in such a large market, said Ma.

The Chinese heavy truck industry is expected to make another significant breakthrough in the next five to eight years to rival the world's heavy truck giants such as Volvo, Daimler and Isuzu.

http://www.gasgoo.com/auto-news/1008...000-units.html


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China SINOMACH Heavy Industry Corporation, incepted in January 2011, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of China National Machinery Industry Corporation (SINOMACH Group) which is listed as one of the World's Top 500 Enterprises. Headquartered in Beijing, China, SINOMACH Heavy Industry is a large manufacturer of engineering vehicle and heavy equipment products.
SINOMACH Heavy Industry's primary activities consist of engineering equipment research, development, and manufacture, related customer service, and project contracting and trading. Currently, we have 28 holding companies and joint-stock companies, including one publicly traded company and four overseas corporations. We also have large production bases in Tianjin city, Changzhou city, Luoyang city, and Luzhou city of China. In addition, we have established joint-venture companies with world famous engineering vehicle manufacturers such as Terex Corporation of America, Hyundai of South Korea, Komatsu of Japan and Martec of Canada as well as companies spread over 100 countries and regions.
http://www.sinomach-hi.com/

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During BICES-2015 show in Beijing, Sinomach Heavy Industries Ltd presented their new 65-ton 6x4 dump truck GKM93D with rigid frame, where 93 means gross truck weight.
The project was born during R&D which was entitled “King of Mines”. When the truck is fully loaded, it has 19, 37 and 37 tons of stress load on its axles, which is a great result for a triaxial truck. Speaking of competitors, another Chinese truck LGMG MT76C can only carry 15 tons less.
As long as the truck is designed to transport big cargos, the engineers decided to stick witch sandwich-frame. The cargo space is 32 cubic meters and it is designed to transport coal and ores. Another model features a light-weight cargo space for building supplies.
Turbocharged diesel engine Weichai WD12G420E211 is able to generate 420hp at 2200rpm. 12-speed manual gearbox is good enough for 54 km/h. To make brakes more efficient, the truck is equipped with a retarder.
Speaking of dimensions, this truck is a really huge one: 9150x3365x3900. Meanwhile, its steering radius is only 11.8m.To make driving experience even more comfortable, engineers installed 24-layered tires and made a big clearance of 380mm. The maximal gradeability is 30% or 17°.
http://www.trucksplanet.com/catalog/model.php?id=2097
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