The Group announced its entry into Ghana at a press conference in Accra.
Mr David Quiziang, the Vice President and Technical Manager, said the China based automobile company is here to stay and is considering building a service company as a number one-stop shop if the company gets the expected response.
He said there would be varieties of buses available when the Group fully becomes operational in Ghana adding that credit facilities would be also available for the purchase of the buses based on proper identification.
Teaming up with Ghanaian Imperial Express and Elmay International, the company said its brand of vehicles to be introduced in Ghana was built on “monocoque” which guarantees safety of vehicle parts for a long time, thus ensuring safety and reducing cost of maintenance.
The company said its range of vehicles covers all fields including long distance, passenger, public traffic, tourism and special coach.