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29/9/2020 9:12 AM  #1


Start next year! Great Wall Motors aims to make Thailand

Start next year! Great Wall Motors aims to make Thailand a production base in money.


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EEC discusses Great Wall Motors further on investment plans and cooperation in Thailand Aiming to make Thailand the main production base in the ASEAN region. Ready to start the actual production line early next year

Recently, Kanet Wangphaijit, Assistant Secretary General of Targeted Industry Investment The Eastern Economic Corridor Policy Commission (EEC) and its staff met Mr. Zhang Jia Ming, President of the ASEAN Great Wall Motors Region.
To build confidence And discuss Great Wall Motors' investment progress in the EEC area.


The modern automotive industry is one of the 12 target industries that the สล็อตxo EEC promotes. Which is in line with the goals set by the National Electric Vehicle Commission That Thailand must have 30 percent of electric vehicle usage by 2030
Mr. Zhang, President of Great Wall Motors ASEAN region, said of Great Wall Motors' investment progress, "The company is currently in talks with GM about the operations of the Rayong plant. Which is expected to be completed within this year And will start the production line by early next year "

“We aim to make Thailand the production base of Great Wall Motors in the ASEAN region. The models that will be produced in Thailand will include both internal combustion engine and EV cars, as well as the development of future autonomous cars.
Mr. Zhang said the company will try to use the parts in the country as much as possible. And ready to cooperate with local electric car parts manufacturers to supply parts for the company For parts that are core technology that Thailand is not yet able to produce.


In addition, the company also pays attention to human resource development. The parent company in China will set up a Training Center to develop the company's personnel for Thailand. To support the development of modern vehicles Because the knowledge of current vehicles and electric vehicles are quite different, the EEC has informed that the EEC is driving the development of human skills. And supports New Skill, Re-Skill, Up-Skill via EEC Model, which is already in line with Great Wall Motors' human resource development approach.

 

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