SAIC MAXUS annual marketing conference sets plans for 2016
On Dec 21, SAIC MAXUS Automotive Co, a wholly-owned subsidiary of SAIC Motor Corp, held its annual marketing conference for 2016 in the southern small coastal town of Boao, the permanent site of Boao Forum for Asia since 2002.
SAIC MAXUS debuts V80 van, G10 MPV in Hong Kong
Thanks to a cooperation agreement between Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC) and Inchcape Group, SAIC MAXUS officially debuted in Hong Kong on December 14, opening up a new chapter in the brand’s development.
Zhongshan Broad Ocean Motor set to buy 5,000 MAXUS EV80s
SAIC MAXUS and Zhongshan Broad Ocean Motor Co signed a cooperation agreement in Wuxi, Jiangsu province on November 13. In the deal, Broad Ocean Motor will buy a total of 5,000 MAXUS EV80 pure electrics from 2016 to 2018.
MAXUS V80 sets ‘no overhaul’ record for cargo vans
Cao Xiangli is the team leader of a fleet of some 20 cargo vans at Kunshan, Jiangsu-based Shengyang Precision Mold, a subsidiary of Hong Kong-listed Ju Teng International Holdings.
MAXUS offers delivery firms special services for Singles’ Day
SAIC MAXUS launched special aftersales services for users in the logistics industry from November 1 to 20, during which delivery demands surged and culminated on China’s Singles Day, on November 11, the country’s busiest online shopping day.
Lucky consumers of MAXUS make ‘dream trip’ to New Zealand
October is China’s traditional harvest season, while in New Zealand it is flourishing spring. Similarly, SAIC MAXUS has created unique landscapes in the two countries thanks to its global strategy.
MAXUS-sponsored Lobb tops SsangYong Series at Taupo
In October, Christchurch’s Caine Lobb, sponsored by SAIC MAXUS, topped the points at the end of the opening round of the 2015/2016 SsangYong Yong Racing Series at The Taupo Motorsport Park held in New Zealand.
SAIC MAXUS signs pickup, SUV deal with Wuxi
SAIC MAXUS and the Wuxi Huishan Economic Development Zone signed a cooperation agreement on a pickup and SUV project in Wuxi, Jiangsu province on October 14. According to the plans, the company’s pickup and SUV models will likely hit the market in 2017.
SAIC Motor donates MAXUS school buses to Shanxi
Having recently donated school buses to south China’s Yunnan province on September 7, SAIC Motor joined hands with Shanghai Tobacco Group to donate another four MAXUS school buses to the northwestern province of Shanxi on September 24.
SAIC MAXUS opens new chapter in aftersales service
Following explosive growth in 2014, China’s automotive aftermarket has gradually slowed down and is in need of new forces to drive it ahead.
First batch of SAIC MAXUS V80 vans delivered to Ireland
A ceremony was held in Wuxi, Jiangsu province on September 16 for delivering the first batch of SAIC MAXUS V80 vans to Ireland’s national postal service An Post, after the Chinese carmaker won a contract for supplying 260 units to the company through an Irish government procurement program.
MAXUS G10 MPVs praised over service for military parade
A military parade was held in Beijing on September 3 to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the victories in the Chinese People's War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression and the World Anti-Fascist War.
SAIC MAXUS holds V80 launch in Indonesia
SAIC MAXUS held a launch event for its V80 model in Indonesia on Aug 20, marking a new step in implementing its Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) strategy as well as progress in expanding overseas markets.
SAIC MAXUS delivers first batch of V80 vans to Hong Kong
SAIC MAXUS delivered 20 V80 vans to Hong Kong on July 30, marking the first time for an independent domestic Chinese auto brand to enter the Hong Kong market.
Entrepreneur tells why Maxus G10 is the right choice
Ten years ago, an ambitious young entrepreneur surnamed Wang started his own business. At the time, Shanghai GM’s Buick GL8 had just hit the market and drew Wang’s attention as the officially-designated commercial vehicle for that year’s APEC meeting. He then bought a GL8 for his company.
Maxus now a ‘third pole’ in China’s light commercial vehicle market
Since the launch of an autumn campaign in August, SAIC Maxus, a commercial vehicle marque owned by SAIC Motor Commercial Vehicle Co, has seen rapid growth in sales, winning deals from government departments such as the Ministry of Agriculture.
Breakthrough for China’s commercial vehicles in Middle East market
SAIC Motor, China’s largest carmaker by sales and revenues, began introducing its Maxus cars to Iran and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in early March, following its debut in Saudi Arabia, thereby giving the brand a strong foothold in the Middle East and paving the way for entering into other GCC countries, meaning that Chinese vehicle manufacturers overall have consolidated their Middle East presence.
SAIC Maxus wheels out MPV G10
SAIC Maxus held a press conference in Shanghai, on Feb 28, to announce the arrival of its MPV G10. The president and Party secretary of SAIC Motors, Chen Hong, the vice-presidents, Xiao Guopu and Chen Demei, and the GM of SAIC Passenger Vehicle, Lan Qingsong, were on hand for the conference.
SAIC Maxus wins big in 2013
The SAIC Maxus was able to cash in on its technology and outstanding sales, in 2013, winning more than 10 awards from media and other organizations, and become a leader in the domestic commercial vehicle market.
SAIC Maxus sets up shop in Thailand
SAIC Motor and Thailand’s CP Group signed an agreement, on Jan 23, to set up the Maxus Motor (Thailand) Co, marking a significant breakthrough in SAIC Motor’s global strategy and allowing Maxus, a key part of SAIC’s vehicle sector, to enter the Thai market, an important one in Southeast Asia.
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