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Truong Hai Auto Corporation

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Truong Hai Auto Corporation
Native name
Công ty cổ phần ô tô Trường Hải
TypeJoint stock company
IndustryAutomotive industry
FoundedApril 29, 1997; 23 years ago (1997-04-29) in Bien Hoa, Dong Nai Province[1]
FounderTrần Bá Dương[1]
Area served
Key people
Trần Bá Dương (Chairman)[1]
Number of employees

Truong Hai Auto Corporation (THACO), (Vietnamese: Công ty cổ phần ô tô Trường Hải), is one of the leading car manufacturers in Vietnam. THACO is a member of Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers Association (VAMA). The company was founded in 1997 and is considered one of the pioneers of the Vietnamese auto industry.[2] In 2014 the company captured 32% of Vietnam's automobile market.[3] As of 2017, THACO owned the largest automobile production capacity in Vietnam, at 71,000 units per year.[4]

THACO main products comprises family cars, light trucks and buses. The company has a joint venture with Kia Motors to produce Kia branded cars from its main factory located in Chu Lai Economic Zone.[5] It also produces and manufactures Mazda passenger cars through its VinaMazda subsidiary. In 2020, the company entered the light motorcycle market.[6]


Thaco Ollin 250 light truck in Vietnam
Thaco Ollin 250 light truck in Vietnam
Thaco Hyundai HD270 dump truck in Nha Trang
Thaco Hyundai HD270 dump truck in Nha Trang


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  3. ^ "Trường Hải chiếm 32% thị phần ôtô VN - Tuổi Trẻ Online".
  4. ^ Natsuda, Kaoru; Thoburn, John (2020-10-14). Automotive Industrialisation: Industrial Policy and Development in Southeast Asia. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-429-81784-7.
  5. ^ "Korean cars find few takers in Southeast Asia, sustained by Vietnam market". Retail News Asia. 2020-12-02. Retrieved 2020-12-07.
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  7. ^ THACO
  8. ^ THACO
  9. ^ a b Thaco Bus
  10. ^ a b c Thaco Trucks
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