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Zhengzhou Yutong Group Co., Ltd.
ISINCNE000000PY4 Edit this on Wikidata
IndustryAutomotive
Founded1963 (1963)
Headquarters,
Area served
Worldwide
ProductsBuses
construction equipment
Websiteen.yutong.com
Yutong
Simplified Chinese郑州宇通客车股份有限公司
Traditional Chinese鄭州宇通客車股份有限公司
Literal meaningZhengzhou Yutong Group Co., Ltd.
Trading name
Simplified Chinese宇通客车
Traditional Chinese宇通客車
Literal meaningYutong Group

Yutong (officially Zhengzhou Yutong Group Co., Ltd.) is a Chinese manufacturer of commercial vehicles, especially electric buses,[1] headquartered in Zhengzhou, Henan.[2] Yutong also covers areas of construction machinery, real estate, and other investment businesses.[3] As of 2016 it was the largest bus manufacturer in the world by sales volume.[4]

Background

Yutong has four manufacturing bases for conventional buses, new energy buses, special vehicles and parts and components, and has the largest single plant of bus manufacturing in the world. As of 2018, Yutong has formed a complete 5m-18m product lineup consisting of over 140 series of buses and coaches. From 2005 to 2017, Yutong buses have been exported to many countries and regions, like France, UK, Australia, South Africa, Cuba, Venezuela, and Chile.[5] In 2017, its sales volume of large and medium-sized buses reached 67,268 units, among them 24,865 units are new energy buses. Yutong has sold in over 30 countries and regions such as France, UK, Australia, Cuba, Venezuela, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Macau, Taiwan (Republic of China) and so on with a market share of over 30% in China (People's Republic of China) and over 15% in the world[6] with more than 210 chartered service companies and over 330 authorized service outlets.[7]

History

The company was established in 1963 as the Zhengzhou Bus Repair Factory.[8]

  • 1963: Zhengzhou Bus Repair Factory was founded.[9]
  • 1993: Zhengzhou Yutong Bus Co., Ltd. was founded with a sales volume of 708 units.
  • 1997: Listed in Shanghai Stock Exchange, becoming the first the listed bus company in China[10]
  • 1998: Yutong Industrial Park with an investment of CNY 400 million was put into operation.
  • 2005: Launched the overseas market strategy, becoming the first Chinese bus builder to export CKD parts.
  • 2006: Granted the Certificate for the Exemption of Import and Export Commodities From Inspection.[3]
  • 2009: Zhengzhou Yutong Bus Co., Ltd. Specialty Vehicle Branch was founded.
  • 2009: The internationally advanced cathodic electrocoating line and the first experiment center of buses and parts in China were set up.
  • 2011: Yutong TSM intelligent operating system was launched.
  • 2012: The Yutong New Energy Bus Plant was put into operation.
  • 2014: The National Research Center on Electronic Control & Safety Engineering Technology of Electric Buses is designated to be located
  • 2015: The bus manufacturing factory jointly funded by Yutong from China and Venezuelan Government was officially put into operation on December 2, 2015.[11]
  • 2015: Yutong successfully completed the world's first trial operation of an autonomous bus on the open road.
  • 2017: Sales volume of large and medium-sized buses reached 67,268 units, among which 24,865 units are new energy buses.[3]
  • 2017: Yutong exported 44 fully electric intercity buses to France.[3]
  • 2018: Yutong has set up seven service stations in Chile, in partnership to provide one-stop service, and the operational training for Yutong's full electric Buses[12]
  • 2018: Yutong won the bid for 25 hydrogen fuel cell buses order, to be delivered for the Winter Olympics in Zhangjiakou, that will take place in 2022. The buses were declared to have a range of 500 km and 10 to 15 min hydrogen refueling time and can also achieve startup at the temperature as low as -30 °C, so to be well adapted for the cold winter olympic seasonal weather.[13]
  • 2018: Yutong has placed two hydrogen fuel cell buses into trial use on the bus line 727 in Zhengzhou with a further 20 more hydrogen buses to follow, to total 22 hydrogen fuel cell buses for service in Zhengzhou (two initially, 20 to follow).[14]
  • As of 2018, in total Yutong has exported more than 64,000 buses and coaches. The sales and service network covers six regions in Europe, CIS, Latin America, Africa, Asia Pacific and the Middle East. Its products have been delivered to France, UK, Kazakhstan, Venezuela, Chile, Ethiopia, South Africa, Nigeria, Singapore, the Philippines, Australia, Saudi Arabia and other countries and regions.[15]
  • 2019: Yutong exported 100 fully electric 12-metre city buses for Santiago, Chile; operating on routes 213e and I09[16]

Yutong Bus

A ZK6129H coach supplied to Crosville Motor Services in the UK
A ZK6129H coach supplied to Crosville Motor Services in the UK

Zhengzhou Yutong Bus Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “Yutong Bus”) is a large-scale modern manufacturing company specialized in the R&D, manufacturing and sales of bus products. Its main plant is located in the Yutong Industrial Park (宇通工业园) in Guancheng Hui District, Zhengzhou, and covers an area of 1.12 million square meters. The new energy bus plant of Yutong Bus which was put into operation in 2012 covers an area of over 1.33 million square meters and has an annual production capacity of 30,000 units.

In 2016 with the collaboration of a Pakistani heavy vehicle manufacturing company Master Motors, Yutong started a manufacturing plant at Port Qasim in Karachi where buses are manufactured under the brand name Yutong-Master.[17] In August 2017, the venture manufactured their 200th bus. Both of the companies are planning to export buses of European standard manufactured in Pakistan to Middle Eastern and South Asian markets.[citation needed]

Products

Yutong ZK6118HGA operated by National Transport Corporation in Mauritius
Yutong ZK6118HGA operated by National Transport Corporation in Mauritius
Yutong ZK6118HGA operated by RHT Bus Services Ltd in Mauritius
Yutong ZK6118HGA operated by RHT Bus Services Ltd in Mauritius
  • Yutong City Master, a retro-style double-decker Bus
  • Yutong E10 electric city bus
  • ZK6122HD9 coach
  • ZK6108HG city bus
  • ZK6118HGA city bus
  • ZK6122H9 coach
  • ZK6120D1 coach
  • ZK6120HR 12-meter series
  • ZK6119H2 coach
  • ZK6119HA coach
  • ZK6752N1 coach
  • ZK6115D front-engine bus
  • ZK6729DX school bus
  • ZK6669DX school bus
  • ZK6107H coach
  • ZK6105 coach
  • ZK6100HB coach

Image gallery

Yutong Heavy Industries

Another core part of the Yutong Group is Yutong Heavy Industries, a manufacturer of construction equipment formed in 2003, and with about 3,500 employees and more than 120 products.[18]

Products

  • Yutong YT3621 Mining Dump Truck
  • Yutong YT3761 Mining Dump Truck
  • Yutong 952A wheeled loader
  • Yutong 966H wheeled loader
  • Yutong TL210H earth mover
  • Yutong 988H wheeled loader
  • Yutong 956H wheeled loader
  • Yutong YTQH300 hydraulic crane
  • Yutong 6830 compactor
  • Yutong YTQH400A hydraulic crane
  • Yutong YTQU50 crane
  • Yutong WZ30-25 backhoe
  • Yutong WZ30-25G backhoe
  • Yutong WZ30-25H backhoe

Events

Yutong has already provided transportation services to a number of events at home and abroad like the Beijing Olympic Games, Shanghai World Expo, Belt and Road Forum, China-Africa Cooperation Forum, APEC conference, World Economic Forum, G20 Summit and other international events.[19]

Export milestones

In total Yutong exported more than 57,000 buses and coaches. Here are some export milestones of Yutong:

  1. In 2005, Yutong exported 400 buses to Cuba, which was the largest export order of China's bus industry at that time.
  2. In 2006, Yutong exported 630 buses to Cuba again.
  3. In 2007, Yutong signed a 5,348-unit order with Cuba.[20]
  4. In 2009, Yutong exported 175 ZK6118HGA city buses to Kuwait.[21]
  5. In 2010, Yutong signed an agreement of 202 double-decker buses with the Macedonian government in Skopje.[22]
  6. In 2010, Yutong signed a 490-unit order with Ghana, following the 250-unit order signed with Ghana in 2008.[23]
  7. In 2011, Yutong signed a 1,216-unit procurement contract with the Venezuelan Ministry of Transport to help them establish and complete the first BRT system in Venezuela.
  8. In 2012, Yutong signed an SKD order of over 100 units with Ethiopia, and in 2014, Yutong signed a CKD order of over 200 units with Ethiopia again.
  9. In 2012, a Yutong tourist coach has entered the Israeli market for the first time.[24]
  10. In 2013, Yutong delivered 300 LNG city buses to Peru.
  11. In 2013, Yutong signed a 160-unit order with the Philippines.[25]
  12. In 2013, Yutong delivered over 300 buses to Israel, which hit a record high in the bus import history of the country.
  13. In 2014, Yutong got a 1,500-unit bus order from Venezuela.
  14. In 2015, Yutong got an order of 1,833 units from Cuba and signed a KD contract of 2,300 buses with Venezuela.
  15. In 2015, Yutong was invited to attend the 23rd annual conference of FNTV. In addition, Yutong was also involved in the “BUS 2025” program of RATP and provided a full electric bus for trial operation, which was also showcased at the UN Climate Change Conference.
  16. In 2016, Yutong signed the Cooperative Framework Agreement on Cuban Public Transport Improvement & Bus Capacity Enhancement Program.[26]
  17. In 2016, Yutong successfully delivered 110 buses to Bulgaria.[27]
  18. By the end of 2017, Yutong totally delivered more than 3,000 buses and coaches to France, UK, Israel and other countries that applied European standards.[28]
  19. In 2017, 500 units of Yutong natural gas, city buses were delivered to Yangon, the capital city of Myanmar (Burma).[29]

See also

References

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  2. ^ "Our Location." Yutong. Retrieved on May 21, 2017. "Address: Yutong Industrial Park, Yutong Road, Zhengzhou, Henan Province, China P.C.: 450061" Chinese address: "中国·河南省郑州市管城区宇通路宇通工业园 邮编:450061"
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  4. ^ "2016年宇通客车销量继续保持世界第一-产业·期货-新闻-上海证券报·中国证券网". news.cnstock.com. Retrieved 4 March 2019.
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  12. ^ Editorial (2018-11-26). "100 Yutong full electric buses to be delivered to Chile". Sustainable Bus. Retrieved 2019-09-30.
  13. ^ Editorial (2018-09-27). "Yutong: 90,000 electric buses sold to date (and market leader in Macau)". Sustainable Bus. Retrieved 2019-09-30.
  14. ^ Editorial (2018-09-27). "Yutong places 47 hydrogen fuel cell buses". Sustainable Bus. Retrieved 2019-09-30.
  15. ^ "Zhengzhou Yutong Bus : Yutong boosts the world's mobility with Chinese qua..." m.marketscreener.com. Retrieved 2019-09-30.
  16. ^ Editorial (2018-11-26). "100 electric buses by Yutong delivered to Santiago de Chile". Sustainable Bus. Retrieved 2019-09-30.
  17. ^ "Master Motors Bus Service Inauguration Ceremony". 7 February 2016. Retrieved 30 May 2018.
  18. ^ "Overview - Introduction - About Us". Yutong HI. Archived from the original on 2013-08-09. Retrieved 2012-05-18.
  19. ^ "宇通新能源项目荣获2015年度国家科学技术进步奖(组图)_网易新闻". news.163.com. Retrieved 4 March 2019.
  20. ^ "E12, el primer autobús eléctrico que circula en La Habana". ELESPECTADOR.COM. 27 November 2017. Retrieved 4 March 2019.
  21. ^ Karami, Fawaz. "CITY BUS تتسلم 75 حافلة من شركة الكويت والصين للحافلات" [Kuwaiti CITY BUS receives 75 buses from China Bus Company]. Alanba.com.kw (in Arabic). Archived from the original on 2019-11-14. Retrieved 4 March 2019.
  22. ^ Corner, The (18 October 2017). "China's footprint in Southeast Europe: constructing the "Balkan Silk Road" (II)". thecorner.eu. Retrieved 4 March 2019.
  23. ^ "490 Yutong Buses to be Delivered to Ghana-news-www.chinabuses.org". www.chinabuses.org. Retrieved 4 March 2019.
  24. ^ "First Chinese "Yutong" tourist coach arrives in Israel". port2port. Retrieved 2019-09-30.
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