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Tianjin Qingyuan Electric Vehicle Co., Ltd. is a high-tech company specializing in the research, development and manufacture of electric vehicles and key components of electric vehicles, such as control systems, power train systems, and battery management systems. Our company is invested in by four shareholders: China Automotive Technology and Research Center, Tianjin Lishen Battery Joint-stock Co., Ltd., Tianjin Lantian Power Sources Joint-stock Co., Ltd., and Tianjin Automobile Industry Group.

We were authorized by Tianjin Municipal Government as Tianjin Electric Vehicle Research Center in 2002, and were approved by the Ministry of Personnel as the Postdoctoral Workstation in 2003. In 2006, we were certified as one of the high tech enterprises of Tianjin. Now, our personnel working in various research and development fields take 60% of the total employees.


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As Tianjin Qingyuan is offering same cars as Miles Automotive in United states, is it then possible that they are suplying Americans with cars and not FAW and Hafei?
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Qingyuan in talks with Daimler to make electric van

September 15, 2009
Chinese electric car maker Tianjin Qingyuan is in talks with Daimler AG to develop an electric version of a van made at the German automaker's joint venture in southeast China's Fujian province, Reuters reported today.

As the first Chinese company that has sold more than 2,000 self-made electric vehicles in the U.S., Tianjin Qingyuan Electric Vehicle Co is seeking to team up with big domestic and foreign automakers in expanding the booming green car business.

"Qingyuan not only wants to make electric cars itself but also hopes to become a major supplier of key components for big auto groups in the electric car business," a source familiar with the matter told Reuters.

Qingyuan is having discussions with Daimler to develop the electric version of a commercial vehicle produced at Fujian Daimler Auto for the China market, but nothing has been finalized, said the source.

Meanwhile, Qingyuan is also exploring cooperative opportunities in the green car business with Beijing Hyundai, a car venture between Hyundai Motor and Beijing Auto.

Chery Auto and several other Chinese carmakers are also among Qingyuan's potential partners, said the source.

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