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FAST and furious: Chinese medium and heavy CV transmission maker top global production for 12 years in a row

XI’AN, Shaanxi – Shaanxi Fast Auto Drive Co., Ltd. (Fast) said recently that the company has remained as the world’s No. 1 manufacturer of medium and heavy commercial vehicle transmissions for 12 years in a row. Each of its business indicators has continuously ranked first in China’s gear industry for

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Profit of Yutong Bus ranks top among 11 CV enterprises from Q1 to Q3 2016

BEIJING – Yutong Bus made profits of ¥2,276,338,554.13 ($350.21 million) in the first nine months of this year, a year-on-year increase of 22.04 percent, ranking first among 11 commercial vehicle enterprises, according to information collected by China Automotive Information Net (CAIN). These 11 companies recently released their business reports and

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CV manufacturers expand overseas footprint, but challenges remai

Chinese commercial vehicle manufacturers, especially heavy-duty manufacturers, have accelerated efforts in recent months to expand to the overseas markets. Yutong, China’s leading bus maker, signed an MOU with the Venezuelan Government on July 21 for the purchase of 1,500 buses, auto parts, tools, maintenance services, and intelligent public bus operation

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CV Fuel Consumption Limits: a new burden on manufacturers

  BEIJING – The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) released the draft of the Heavy-Duty Commercial Vehicle Fuel Consumption Limits (the Limits) for public opinion on its website on September 24. The draft regulation is adaptive to gasoline and diesel commercial vehicles with maximum design weight of over 3,500

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Auto China losing CV exhibitors

This year’s Auto China attracted an impressive 800,000 visitors, 2,000 exhibitors and 1,125 vehicles on display, but the 12th bi-annual trade event saw a shrinking presence of commercial vehicles. Contrary to its claim that Auto China 2012 offered the largest ever display space for commercial vehicles, the country’s largest automobile

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China auto sales rebound to 1.38 million units in August

BEIJING – China produced and sold 1,393,000 units and 1,381,100 units vehicles respectively in August, up 8.72 percent and 4.15 percent year-on-year with 6.66 percent and 8.29 percent increase on a monthly basis, according to latest statistics of China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM). Passenger vehicle sector also witnessed a

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