Amsia's JV Partner Brilliance Auto & Renault form light commercial vehicle venture!
BEIJING (Reuters) - Renault and Brilliance China Automotive Holdings Ltd have formed a joint venture to design and manufacture light commercial vehicles (LCVs) in China, with an aim to sell 150,000 such vehicles a year by 2022, the two firms reported. The venture, Renault-Brilliance-Jinbei Automotive Co, will have manufacturing operations in Shenyang, the provincial capital of Liaoning, they said in a joint statement. It plans to produce and sell multi-purpose vans and commer
Amsia Motor's JV Partner 'Jinbei' Of Brilliance Auto Group Is Now No.1 Top Selling Luxur
Founded in May 2003, BMW Brilliance Automotive Ltd. is a joint venture between the BMW Group and Brilliance China Automotive Holdings Ltd. Business operations include production, R&D, sales, after-sales services and purchasing of BMW automobiles in China. BMW Brilliance has a state-of-the-art production base in Shenyang, Liaoning Province – an industrial heartland of China – and has been the top taxpayer in Shenyang for eleven consecutive years. It has a branch company in Bei
Auto Brilliance and BMW!
A specialized group of domestic Chinese auto manufacturers are seeing an increase in their ranks as the local auto markets continue to grow and change with the times. Not only is China at the forefront of research and development regarding clean energy and fuel efficient technology, but they are also becoming an increasingly large influence upon the international automobile industry as well. Many international car manufacturing companies conduct business in China; among them
Amsia Motors, Auto assembly plant in Brasil, for US$500 Million.
Jackson Barreto signs letter of intent for installation of Amsia Motors Auto plant in Sergipe, Brasil. Without further due, it is time to set the record straight about some of the misinterpretation by various media and requires strict correction about Amsia Motors. In lieu of which the State of Sergipe has been informed promptly. Mustafa Z. Ahmed, Chairman and CEO of Amsia Motors, signed an agreement with the government of Sergipe in Northern Brazil 27th June, Thursday to