Chery ranks 1st in exports for 8 consecutive years
According to the latest data of the National Passenger Car Information Exchange Association (NPCIEA), by November 2010, the total exports of Chinese passenger vehicle manufacturers in 2010 had reached 199,066. Chery stood out with exports of 82,780, accounting for 41.6% of the total exports.
Chery enjoys an overwhelming lead over other Chinese auto exports. The total exports of Chery in the first 11 months were three times those of the second placer.
According to the data of NPCIEA, in the first 11 months of 2010, the top ten exporters were Chery, Great Wall, Honda China, Zotye, Geely, BYD, Hafei, FAW Jilin, Shanghai GM and Changan.
Chery will retain the export title at home for 8 consecutive years since 2003. The total exports of Chery passenger vehicles are expected to top 500,000 in next March to become the first Chinese automaker with exports of over 500,000.
In October 2010, Chery was ranked among the “Most Admired Chinese Companies” by Fortune, which is attributable to Chery’s outstanding performance in exports. The magazine has awarded the title to Chery for the fifth year in a row.
Noticeably, Chery’s monthly exports topped 10,000 again to reach 10,360 this August. This was also the first time that Chery had achieved exports of over 10,000 after the financial crisis in 2008, marking that China’s auto exports have basically shaken off the impact of the global financial crisis to get on the right track, and that China’s auto industry, represented by Chery, has entered an era of fast growth.
In the upcoming 2011, Chery’s overseas market will see a new round of growth. With the constant improvements in Chery’s overseas manufacturing bases, marketing networks and product lines, the new round of growth will be more steady and enduring than ever, and Chery’s internationalization strategy will enter a new stage of development.