THAILAND ENERGY DELEGATION VISITED FOTON MOTOR FOR NEW ENERGY TECHNOLOGY COMMUNICATION

Energy Press Releases Thursday July 13, 2017 11:19
Bangkok--13 Jul--whiz communication

FOTON Motor, China's biggest commercial vehicle manufacture, as well as the leading company for new energy vehicle research and production, recently welcomed a distinguished visiting delegation consisting of the top management from the Thai Ministry of Energy, The Board of Investment (BOI), The Federation of Thai industries (FTI), the National Metal and Materials Technology Center (MTEC), and well-known local energy companies such as PTT Public Co. Ltd.

The main purpose of the visit is to mutually discuss the current electric vehicle development process of FOTON Motor, as well as the future technology application trends and cooperation possibilities in the Thai automobile market.

Visitors, led by Thailand's Deputy Energy Minister Gen. Surasak Srisak, had the chance to experience the electric bus manufactured by "FOTON AUV", a leading company in new energy vehicle research and manufacturing field, which is a subsidiary company of FOTON Motor. After visiting the assembly plant and witnessing a comprehensive introduction from FOTON top management, the members of the visiting delegation highly praised the technology innovation and manufacturing ability of FOTON.

The delegation emphasized that they welcome FOTON'S entry and developments in Thailand, and expressed their confidence of FOTON. After this visit, many say they are willing to guide and support FOTON in order to carry out business in the Thai market more smoothly.

Song Yang, vice president and PR director of FOTON International, expressed his heartfelt thanks to the delegation and their confidence in FOTON.

"We sincerely cherish the opportunity to communicate with distinguished members of the delegation. Your encouragement has enhanced our confidence to expand our business in Thailand. We will show our commitment for the Thai market by expanding our product range with exciting new models that come with global standards. Meanwhile, we will also endeavor to continuously grow our sales and after-sales service network, to better cater to the needs of our customers. We believe that FOTON's success in the Thai market will be achieved through the guidance and assistance of our valued partners," he said.


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