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Old March 8th, 2012, 09:41 PM   #841
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Hongqi not creative? Lack of good artistic design? Hire Celebriton!


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Well, actually Celebriton is not a good drawer too. But at least I can take adviser position.......

And recommend Hongqi to employ designer from one of famous Italian designer house. Or may be we can make an international competition, like how Chinese government make a competition on Asian Games stadium design (and other buildings), accepting all designer around the world, and then selecting the best of it (or even combining several best designs into one).

Hongqi seems to be lost in company direction, they desperately need a man to point out which direction they need to go.

I'm applying for it!

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Changan electric sedan joins Beijing taxi fleet
2012/3/13



Chongqing Changan Automobile Co. has delivered 100 E30 compact electric cars to the municipality of Beijing for use as taxis in the suburban Fangshan district, the company said.

The E30 has a range of 160 km and a maximum speed of 126 km per hour. It received a five-star rating during a domestic crash test in January.

Changan's "green" lineup includes a conventional hybrid, a plug-in hybrid and a pure electric car. It aims to sell 650,000 alternative-fuel vehicles by 2020, including 150,000 pure electric vehicles.


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BYD to supply 1,500 EV taxis, buses to Shenzhen
2012/3/9



SHENZHEN -- BYD Co. will supply 1,000 K9 electric buses and 500 e6 electric taxis to municipal fleets in the city of Shenzhen, where BYD is headquartered.

The Shenzhen Development and Reform Commission also announced that owners of conventional gasoline-powered cars will be required to pay emissions fees.

The city also is offering new incentives to encourage residents to purchase electric cars. The municipality hopes to encourage private customers to purchase 3,000 EVs and plug-in hybrids this year.

To encourage EV use, the city will install 6,000 new charging devices this year, while China's Southern Power Grid Co. will install rechargers at the owner's home and place of business free of charge.

EV owners also will be allowed to use the public bus lanes during rush hours.

In Shenzhen, residents are already eligible for a central government subsidy up to 60,000 yuan for an EV, or 50,000 yuan for a plug-in. The city of Shenzhen has offered to match those subsidies with its own.

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Chery's exports rise 36% in first 2 months
2012/3/13



Chery Automobile Co., China's largest vehicle exporter, sold 22,858 vehicles overseas in the first two months of the year, up 36 percent from the same period last year.

The company generates most of its exports with the Chery Tiggo compact SUV, the A3 and Fulwin compact sedans, and the QQ microcar.

While increasing exports from China, Chery also has stepped up construction of overseas assembly plants. Last year, Chery's plant in Venezuela plant started production. The company is building a plant in Brazil that is scheduled to begin operating in September 2013.

According to Chery, 56 percent of the vehicles it sells overseas are semi- and complete-knockdown kits exported from China.
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BAIC T60







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BYD signs up Finland as electric bus customer



Veolia, the Finish public transport company, has inked a deal with BYD to supply electric buses to Espoo city, a suburb of Helsinki. As part of the agreement, Veolia Transport Finland will conduct real operations with BYD eBUS-12 in Espoo for three years. The Technical Research Centre of Finland (VTT) will take the role of monitoring and measuring during BYD eBUS-12’s daily operations, so that EV buses can be verified as one of the key solutions for Veolia Transport Finland to ensure sustainable mobility solutions for the future.
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Jeremy Lin is Volvo’s newest brand ambassador



It has finally been confirmed; rising National Basketball Association superstar Jeremy Lin has signed as a brand ambassador for Volvo not just for the Swedish carmaker's marketing initiatives in China but in the United States as well.

According to Freeman Shen, senior vice president of Volvo Car Corporation and chairman of Volvo Car China, Lin embodies the same values as the carmaker, like "being smart and nimble, driven and focused, progressive and strong in every sense."

"That's why the Linsanity sensation immediately drew our attention," shared Shen. "For Volvo Car Corporation, I'm sure the journey with Jeremy will be enjoyable and inspiring."

For his part, Lin said that the two main reasons he signed with Volvo is that he believes in the carmaker's foundation of offering high-quality products at an affordable price and that the company's continuous improvement is similar to how he continues to develop himself as a better basketball player and person.

"At the end of the day, this was a great decision and a great match for me," said Lin. "Hopefully, I can, along with Volvo, inspire young kids to pursue their dreams…their ambitions, and hopefully we can be a good role model."
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Maxus heading down under

According to reports on the MotorReport.com.au, SAIC is planning to send their Maxus MPV/Van brand down to Australia in the next few months.


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Foton boosts investment in Indian plant

2012/3/20



Beiqi Foton Motor Co., China's largest light commercial vehicle maker, says it will increase the investment in its Indian assembly plant by $98 million (617 million yuan).

That will increase its planned total investment in the plant to 3.0 billion yuan.

The plant will be built in the India state of Maharashtra.

According to the memorandum of understanding with the local government, the plant will make Foton's full product line including trucks, buses, pickups, SUVs and minivans.

The plant is due to start production in 2013 with an initial annual output of 96,000 vehicles.

Foton, a subsidiary of BAIC, sold 640,397 vehicles last year. Those sales included 496,545 light trucks.
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Chinese companies acquire German latch maker

Three Chinese companies contracted last week to acquire German latch manufacturer Kiekert AG.

The acquisition is led by Hebei Lingyun Industrial Group Corp., a supplier of automotive exterior parts and drive shafts, Kiekert said in a statement.

Kiekert did not disclose the transaction price, and it did not identify the other Chinese companies involved in the acquisition.
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Kiekert, headquartered in Heiligenhaus, Germany, owns factories in Germany, the Czech Republic, the United States and Mexico. It also has a wholly-owned plant in Changshu in east China's Jiangsu province, plus a joint venture with Henan North Xingguang in north China's Henan province.

Last year, Kiekert sold more than 41 million latches globally, which generated sales of 500 million euros (4.1 billion yuan).
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FAW plans to build trucks in Russia

2012/3/16



China FAW Group Corp., a major Chinese truckmaker, has signed a letter of intent with Russian automaker GAZ Group to establish a joint venture truck plant in Russia, according to The Beijing News.

The plant will build FAW's medium- and heavy-duty trucks, the daily newspaper reported, citing a source from the automaker's international division.

The trucks will be sold under the FAW brand and distributed through GAZ's sales networks.

Once operational, the plant will produce up to 10,000 trucks within three years, the newspaper reported.
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Geely, Great Wall to sell low-cost cars in U.K.

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LONDON -- Two Chinese automakers will use the United Kingdom as a testing ground for a push into Europe.

Zhejiang Geely Holding Group Co. and Great Wall Motor Co. will launch inexpensive vehicles in the United Kingdom this year. The companies believe they can benefit from growing demand for low-cost vehicles during tough economic times.

Geely's Emgrand EC7 compact recently earned four of five stars in the Euro NCAP, or New Car Assessment Program, safety testing. The Emgrand EC7 will go on sale in the United Kingdom by year end. It is similar in size to the Hyundai i30 but its price will start at 10,000 pounds (100,300 yuan) compared with 13,780 pounds for the i30.

Great Wall will launch its Steed double-cab pickup in the United Kingdom this month through a network of 35 dealers. The Steed will cost 13,998 pounds for the standard model, compared with 16,049 pounds for the entry version of the market leader, the Mitsubishi L200 double-cab.

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"People are looking for a value-for-money brand, a lower-cost option. In the U.K. automotive market, there's no one occupying that area anymore," Matthew Cheyne, Geely Auto UK market development director, told Automotive News Europe.

Paul Hegarty, managing director of Great Wall UK, said a move upscale by Hyundai and Kia had created a gap. He said the United Kingdom is "quite a receptive market" for new brands.

Great Wall has imported vehicles into Italy since 2006. In February, the company began production in a new Bulgarian factory that will have annual capacity of 50,000 units by 2013.

Hegarty said Great Wall is focusing on customer experience instead of high showroom standards for its U.K. dealers. One innovation is to offer test drives at the potential buyer's home or workplace.

A similar customer-friendly approach is planned by Geely, which has a link to the U.K. market through its 20 percent ownership of U.K. taxi maker Manganese Bronze Holdings PLC.

"We hope to deliver a slightly different customer proposition," Cheyne said. "Dealers will generally be small, independently owned businesses that are on first-name terms with their customers."

Geely is looking to establish a U.K. network of 30 to 40 dealers. It says its U.K. sales operations will be separate from those of Volvo Car Corp., which Geely bought from Ford in 2010.

Expanding lineup

Great Wall and Geely plan to expand their U.K. lineups.

Hegarty said he will "definitely" import the H6 Hover mid-sized SUV. Cheyne said Geely will look to introduce a subcompact car and SUVs.

The automakers are following MG Motor, which launched its first China-developed car, the MG6 compact, in the United Kingdom last year. The MG6 is built in Longbridge, England.

MG's parent, SAIC Motor Corp. of Shanghai, is investing heavily to give MG a broad product lineup targeted at Europe, including the MG3 small hatchback, MG5 compact and a crossover to rival the Nissan Qashqai.

SAIC inherited the Longbridge plant through its 2007 merger with Nanjing Automobile Corp., which had bought the site after MG Rover, Britain's biggest domestic carmaker, collapsed.
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China's SAIC, Opel jointly develop small engines

2012/3/27
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Partners SAIC Motor Corp. and General Motors are co-developing a family of three- and four-cylinder engines, with one of the engines expected to debut in an Opel minicar later this year.

The joint powertrain development project is the first between the companies.

The engines feature displacements ranging from 1 to 1.4 liters.
SAIC will produce the engines in China for use in its MG and Roewe brands. GM's Opel subsidiary will build the engines in Hungary.

The engines will improve fuel economy 10 percent over existing powerplants, Opel says. Torque will increase 20 percent, and the engines will comply with Euro 6 emissions standards and will have direct injection and turbocharging capability, Opel says.

Opel has not said which of its cars will be first to use the small engine. But the brand's new minicar, code-named Junior, is a strong candidate. The Junior is to be shown in September at the Paris auto show.

GM and SAIC also are developing a dual-clutch transmission. The transmission can accept torque of as many as 250 newton-meters initially, with bigger outputs planned in the future.
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China BAK secures EV battery contract with unnamed Korean manufacturer

2012/4/10

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SHENZEN -- China BAK Battery Inc., a Chinese supplier of lithium-based battery cells, says it has contracted to supply a major Korean electric motor manufacturer.

Under the contract, BAK will ship 300 high-power lithium ion battery units to the unidentified Korean manufacturer this month.

BAK, of Shenzhen, makes lithium batteries for EVs, power tools, computers, cell phones and other consumer products. It has factories in Shenzhen and Tianjin.

BAK has previously signed contracts to supply lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles built by two domestic automakers, Chery Automobile Co. and Dongfeng Yulon Motor Co.

Dongfeng Yulon Motor Co. is a 50-50 joint venture between Dongfeng Motor Corp. and Taiwan's Yulon Motor Co.
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Chery: Brazil supply chain to aid local production



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Carmaker Chery Automobile Co plans to build a complete supply chain in Brazil as it prepares to make cars in the South American country in 2013. In-country component manufacturing will help Chery avoid the high taxes levied on imported cars and assembled vehicles with little local content.


Chery said last month that it will establish an industrial park in Brazil that will be home to its own assembly plant and manufacturing facilities for the company’s suppliers.

The move comes in response to new rules by the Brazilian government to protect its domestic auto industry. The country raised import duties on cars by 30 percentage points to a maximum of 55 percent last year.

Automakers whose vehicles have at least 65 percent of their final value produced in Brazil are exempt from the high tax rate.

Analysts said the higher tax particularly hit Chinese and South Korean carmakers whose exports to Brazil have risen rapidly in recent years.

Chery had to cut its 2012 Brazil sales forecast by half to 30,000 units after the tax hike, close to the number it delivered last year, when about 33,000 of its total 160,000 exported vehicles were shipped to Brazil.

The company broke ground on its plant in Sao Paulo state last July. The $400 million plant is scheduled to become operational next year with an annual output of 50,000 vehicles at the outset, which could eventually rise to 150,000 units.

The Chery A1 and Fengyun 2 subcompacts will be produced first, according to the company.

Chinese media reports quoted Wu Dejun, deputy general manager of Chery International, saying that some Chinese suppliers will go to Brazil to research the market in June and July.

The company declined to offer details about how many and what components makers will operate in the industrial park.

“Formerly, when domestic carmakers expanded overseas, they often cooperated with local dealers to set up factories to assemble imported components because duties on parts are often lower than on vehicles,” said Cui Dongshu, deputy secretary-general of the China Passenger Car Association.

“But that won’t work with the new tax policy from the Brazilian government,” he said.

“Domestic carmakers can truly gain a foothold in overseas markets only with local production – just like the case of foreign carmakers in China,” Cui added.

The company faces both opportunities and challenges ahead in Brazil, analysts said, noting that the market size offers great growth potential, yet competition is fierce.

Car sales in Brazil last year totaled about 3.4 million units, among which Chinese automakers had a combined share of about 3 percent. Chery wants a 3 percent share of its own by 2015 in the world’s fourth-largest auto market.

European carmakers Fiat and Volkswagen currently lead the market followed by GM, Ford and Renault.

“Brazil is basically a market of economical cars where Chinese automakers do not have a significant price advantage over competitors,” said Zhang Yu, director of industry consultancy Automotive Foresight (Shanghai) Co Ltd.

Brazil’s regulations are unlike those in China, which usually favor automakers. An example of the difference is regulations on car dealers in Brazil, which are well protected against arbitrary termination of contracts by automakers, Zhang said.
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BAK and Chery Ink Battery Deal

INDUSTRY NEWS APRIL 11, 2012 AT 9:10 AM

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China’s BAK Battery, the NASDAQ listed battery company that was founded just over 10 years ago has found a new partner in Chery. The Chinese auto company plans to buy 1000 lithium batteries from BAK over the course of 2012 to power its new Riich M1 small car. The Riich M1 is a compact city car that retails for around 40,000RMB, the cars small size makes it perfect for converting into an electric car. Test electric models have already been put on display in China at various auto shows and events around China.

The two companies are expected to strengthen their cooperation on electric car development over the course of 2012 with new products being mutually tested and developed. It is thought that Chery will become a long term partner to BAK in the developing of electric vehicles for the Chinese market and elsewhere.
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SHENZHEN -- China BAK Battery Inc. says it has signed a contract to supply 1,000 lithium ion battery packs this year to Chery Automobile Co. for its Ruilin M1 electric cars.

The contract is in addition to its agreement in February to produce 100 battery packs for Chery.

In a written statement, BAK CEO Xiangqian Li said the company expects additional orders for its batteries later this year.

BAK produces rechargeable batteries for EVs, power tools, cell phones, laptop computers and other consumer electronics. The company has battery plants in Shenzhen in southeast China, and in the northeast city of Tianjin.

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Ricardo asisting China’s Shengrui with the development of a UK Technical Center

INDUSTRY NEWS APRIL 11, 2012 AT 6:00 PM

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China’s Shengrui is an independent subsidiary of Weichai, one of China’s largest automobile components manufacturers. In 2010 the company announced plans to develop an automatic 8 speed gearbox which was a first for the Chinese auto market, until now nearly all Chinese auto manufacturers relied on third party technology for their automatic gearboxes with Hyundai or Aisin being the biggest donators of technology to Chinese cars.

Shengrui have worked hard to change the balance of the automatic gearbox market with their own self developed 8 speed unit, Shengrui turned to Ricardo for assistance with developing the gearbox with initial prototype production happening at Ricardo’s headquarters in the UK in late 2010. After two phases of prototype design which included development, manufacturing and testing by Ricardo the 8 speed auto box is being pushed towards mass production after passing environmental, durability and functional testing.

For their efforts in developing the gearbox Shengrui won the highly coveted China Patent Gold Award, one of just 15 products out of 700 entries to win the award.

The two companies have now signed an MoU which will see an enhancement of the collaboration between Ricardo and Shengrui as the two companies look for for further commercial opportunities in the products development which will see the 8sp gearbox modified to fit hybrid transmissions and also lower torque vehicles and also stop start variants. Ricardo will also assist Shengrui in the establishment of a virtual engineering center in the UK.

“Our long-standing collaboration with Shengrui provides an excellent demonstration of the manner in which Ricardo is able to provide highly effective support tailored to the precise requirements of clients and drawing upon our unique mix of skills and resources on a global basis,” said Ricardo plc executive director Mark Garrett. “Shengrui has strong ambitions to grow through the development of advanced technology products and we are ideally placed to assist them in this endeavour. The benefits of our collaboration to date can be seen in the form of the award winning 8AT transmission, and we look forward to helping Shengrui on the next phase of this leading Chinese company’s rapid and very successful development.”
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Kuka robot sales jump in China as carmakers automate production

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(Bloomberg) -- Kuka AG, Europe's largest maker of industrial robots, is creating a regional hub in China to tap surging sales in the world's most populous country, where rising wages are lifting demand for automated factory gear.

The German company will boost assembly capacity in China to 5,000 robots this year, from less than 1,000 two years ago, said company CEO Till Reuter.

China will become a center for procurement, production of components and assembly for the entire Asian region, while r&d and most production will remain in Germany, he said.

"China alone bought 15,000 robots last year, and we expect that number to rise to about 20,000 this year," Reuter said in an interview.

Rising wages, a push for quality, and demands for faster production are prompting China's manufacturing industry to buy more robots.

At Kuka, robotics revenue jumped 84 percent between 2009 and 2011, as customers include Volkswagen AG and Daimler AG bought equipment for new factories and China became the world's largest auto market. The company had record order intake, sales, and operating profit last year.

Automobile demand

While China doesn't publish broad data on wages, the government sets goals for minimum wage increases, targeting an annual rise of 13 percent for the five-year period through 2015.

Between 2000 and 2007, the measure almost doubled, according to the International Labor Office's global database.

Some 13 Chinese provinces raised minimum wages in the first quarter of 2011 by an average 21 percent, the ILO said in a January report, and wages will rise further over the medium term as labor force growth starts to slow for demographic reasons.

"Salary inflation is the driving force behind robot demand in China," said Michel Demare, ABB's chief financial officer, said in a Feb. 27 interview at company headquarters in Zurich.

ABB is Europe's second-largest industrial robot maker, and one out of three robots it sells goes to customers in Asia. The business had record deliveries in 2011, said Per-Vegard Nerseth, who heads the subsidiary, and he expects unit sales to rise further this year.

Japanese rivals also are preparing for the boom. Fanuc Corp., which sold 18,000 units in 2010, increased production capacity last year to 60,000 units. Yaskawa Electric Corp. said it is building new plants in Japan and China to meet rising demand.

China will leapfrog South Korea and Japan to become the largest robot market next year, according to an IFR forecast.
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Haima Automobile's 2011 profit rises 8%

2012/4/22

Haima Automobile reported profits last year rose 8 percent to 590 million yuan ($93 million), the Chinese automotive Web site Gasgoo reports, citing the Securities Daily.

The automaker, headquartered on Hainan Island, reported sales of 11.2 billion yuan, up 10 percent from the previous year.

Haima boosted sales and profits by heavily marketing two models: the Haima7 SUV and the Family compact car. The automaker is to introduce a redesigned version of the Family this month.
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