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Chongqing to establish international logistics transport hub

CHONGQING – The city of Chongqing plans to team up with the Chongqing-Xinjiang-Europe railway transportation channel, the Chongqing Airport and Singapore Changi Airport to build an all-new logistics transportation system. Different from other domestic China-Europe freight transportation, the new system will expand across Asia. Chongqing is negotiating with Singapore to

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Weichai Motor launches internet system Meetwo for Enranger brand vehicles

BEIJING – Weichai (Chongqing) Automotive Co., Ltd. (Weichai Motor), a subsidiary wholly- owned by Weichai Power Co., Ltd. launched an internet system Meetwo for its Enranger brand vehicles in Beijing on July 16. Sina.com.cn, one of China’s largest portals which signed a strategic agreement with Weichai Motor at the Meetwo

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China automobile ownership reaches 154 million in 2014

BEIJING – China automobile ownership reached 154 million by the end of last year after a record of 17 million were added in 2014, according to information released by the Ministry of Public Security. Automobiles registered took up 58.6 percent of total motor vehicle parc, a sharp rise from 43.9

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Johnson Controls to open Shanghai global corporate headquarters in 2017

DETROIT – Johnson Controls announced that its second global corporate headquarters, located in Shanghai, will open in 2017, fueling growth opportunities across the Asia-Pacific region, according to a company news release. “While we already have the facilities and extensive relationships to serve the automotive market in China, we will continue

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Johnson Controls launches new headquarters campus in Chongqing

CHONGQING – Chongqing Yanfeng Johnson Controls Automotive Components Co., Ltd. (CQYFJC), one of Johnson Controls’ major automotive seating joint ventures in China, announced the launch of its new headquarters campus in Huangmaoping Industrial Park in the city of Chongqing, China, according to a company news release. The new Huangmaoping headquarters

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