Delivery of 200 Higer New Energy Buses

Delivery of 200 Higer New Energy Buses
     Jiang Haifeng, General Manager of Overseas Sales of Kinglong United Automotive Industry (Suzhou) Co., Ltd., introduced that this batch of exported cars is the first time a Chinese bus company has exported them in the form of complete vehicles to the Brazilian market. These cars will serve the largest city in Brazil, S ã o Paulo.
     It's not easy to ship to Brazil by sea. Because automobiles are a pillar industry in Brazil, and the domestic brand Marco Polo is also a giant in the bus industry, it has been difficult for Chinese brands to enter this field. Taking advantage of the global trend of new energy vehicles, Kinglong Higer has achieved Brazil's first major order with years of accumulation and mature technology.Our Brazilian client expressed that we are very pleased to have completed the first order of fully imported new energy buses from China so quickly. Brazil is the largest market in South America, and Hagrid has a presence in many countries. They are very well-known. We chose to cooperate with Hagrid because of their high quality and emphasis on the Brazilian market, hoping to win a larger market together.
     Jiang Haifeng, General Manager of Overseas Sales of Kinglong United Automobile Industry (Suzhou) Co., Ltd., introduced that customers have always been amazed by the development of new energy in China. In the first quarter of this year, exports were nearly 480 million yuan, and it is expected that exports in the first half of the year will reach 1.3 billion yuan, with new energy exceeding 50%.In the first quarter of this year, the total export of "new three types" products, including electric passenger vehicles, lithium batteries, and solar cells, increased by 66.9% nationwide. The export of "new three types" in Suzhou also grew rapidly, becoming an emerging force in our city's foreign trade under pressure. Behind this "new" lies the support of technological innovation.

     At present, the international environment is complex and severe, facing a combination of structural, cyclical, and volatile impacts. We deeply feel that the park needs to work hard and "roll up the mountain" in order to face pressure and rise. Emerging products with more distinctive scientific and technological innovation attributes are becoming the "hot cakes" in foreign trade, which makes us hope that the park can cultivate more "future stars" and embrace more opportunities and challenges.
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