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SHACMAN Heavy Duty Trucks will continue to strengthen strategic alliances

September 15, 2023

SHACMAN Heavy Duty Trucks will continue to strengthen strategic alliances

 

Shaanxi Heavy Duty Trucks opened the door in the first quarter with the strength of the "wild ride" mode At the beginning of 2023, the heavy truck market, which had been sealed for three years by the epidemic, finally began a much-anticipated bottoming out under the combined influence of factors such as clear expectations of an economic rebound, increased investment in infrastructure, and the onset of the replacement cycle for heavy trucks. Picture. In 2023, under the steady growth of China's economy and gradual recovery of market demand, SHACMAN Heavy Duty Trucks will continue to strengthen strategic alliances with upstream and downstream partners in the industry chain, create a collaborative and win-win chain ecology, and launch a brand-new challenge to fiercer market competition with an innovative marketing model. At the same time, the company continued to upgrade its product layout, taking high-end products as the leader, and through the deep integration of products, organizations, services, and brands, it has made every effort to build the high-end brand positioning of Shaanqi Heavy Duty Trucks and help create greater value for its customers. Since the first quarter, under the guidance of the strategy of "creating a domestic leading and international first-class full series of commercial vehicle value chain", the sales volume of Shaanqi Heavy Duty Trucks has exceeded 17,000 units from January to March, with a year-on-year growth of more than 48%; the market share has reached 11.6%, which is 2.5 percentage points higher than the share in the same period of last year; and the orders have been nearly 23,000, with a year-on-year growth of more than 140%, realizing a good start in the first quarter. 140%, realizing a good start in the first quarter. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

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