Over 100 Jiefang Heavy Trucks Are Delivered for Railway Construction in Nigeria
NIGERIA, March 7(chinatrucks.com)--On March 4, FAW Jiefang and China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation held a grand ceremony to mark the delivery of 116 heavy--duty trucks to Nigeria in Sanhe City, which are to be used in the construction of Kaka Railway in Nigeria.
In recent years, Jiefang has accelerated its global layout as commercial vehicles developed rapidly in overseas market. As of now, FAW Jiefang has set up offices and permanent agencies in more than 50 markets around the world, including Southeast Asia, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, Africa, America and the Middle East, as well as over 100 core dealers, over 200 service networks, 12 KD assembly plants, and overseas subsidiaries in South Africa, Russia and Tanzania. In 2021, a total of 15007 FAW Jiefang heavy-duty trucks were exported, representing a 142 percent growth year on year, the highest in the industry, making it jump to the top three of the ranking.
The two party's cooperation is not only a significant breakthrough in contracting foreign projects, a major achievement in the implementation of Strategic Partnership Agreement between FAW Jiefang and China Railway Construction, but also a major initiative to respond to the Going out Strategy under the Belt and Road Initiative.
Looking ahead, FAW Jiefang will continue to deepen its cooperation with major state-owned enterprises based upon the core values of “Create value with quality, win trust with sincerity and deepen cooperation with reputation” by providing them with solutions for overseas projects in the whole business chain from "product selection, vehicle production to complete equipment shipment and service guarantee" in an effort to achieve win-win cooperation and common development.
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