SINOTRUK Makes a Splendid Appearance on the 1st Hong Kong International Auto Show with its Products
Recently, the 1st Hong Kong International Auto Show kicked off in Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre. To respond to “Made in China 2025” and the Belt and Road Initiative and in accordance with the orientation of building the Asia-Pacific auto import and export platform, this Auto Show aims to build an international cooperation platform for the whole upstream and downstream industry chain of the auto industry, and provide opportunities of auto export for China. Many automobile enterprises with self-owned brands such as SINOTRUK and SAIC appeared on this Auto Show.
As a national heavy truck brand, SINOTRUK appeared on this Auto Show with its three classic models such as HOWO-T7 10X4 concrete mixer, and T5G 4X2 cargo truck equipped with ALLISON gearbox, and attracted broad attention from the participants. Meanwhile, such enterprise results as Smart Sinotruk and Smart Truck were displayed via videos on the Auto Show. During the three-day Auto Show, SINOTRUK attracted a steady stream of people to visit its pavilion and won many cooperation agreements and orders.
During the Auto Show, Trade Development Bureau of the Ministry of Commerce of People’s Republic of Chinaalso held multiple promotion activities for self-owned automobile brands. SINOTRUK (Hong Kong) InternationalInvestment Co.,Ltd., as the only invited representative in national heavy truck brands, shared its gains in exploring overseas markets and its achievements in independent product R&D under the direction of the Belt and Road Initiative with other participants at the Forum on Self-owned Brand Promotion of China’s Automobile Industry.
As the window to the world, Hong Kong has a car market featuring maturity, saturation, and full competition and raises strict requirements for automobiles’ serviceability and service efficiency. For many years, SINOTRUK has remained No.1 in sales volume among many national heavy truck brands in Hong Kong and has sold nearly 600 heavy trucks.