The China FAW Group Corporation is China’s oldest and largest vehicle manufacturer and over the last five decades has evolved into one of the world’s leading vehicle producers.
FAW has joint venture operations with many of the world’s leading vehicle manufacturers including Volkswagen, Toyota, GM and Mazda.
FAW’s core vision is ‘total customer satisfaction’ and the company leaves no stone unturned to ensure that it has the best cutting-edge technologies, production methods and management systems to fulfil this vision. Since inception, FAW has produced 16 million vehicles and has consistently been a Fortune 500 company.
FAW has established itself as a leader in the local commercial truck market and is planning for significant expansion.
FAW 8 TON FREIGHT CARRIER
FAW 10m3 TIPPER
FAW 380Hp TRUCK TRACTOR
The new state-of-the-art FAW truck and passenger car plant are situated at Coega Industrial Development Zone in South Africa. The total investment of approximately USD60 million has been financed by FAW China and the China–Africa Development Fund (CAD-Fund).
The plant – complete with training facilities – allows the company to provide its southern African client base with the first of the commercial vehicles from a plant which has a build capacity of 5 000 units a year. Expected to eventually produce 5 000 trucks per annum, the first vehicles assembled in the commercial vehicle plant rolled off the assembly line in July 2014.
FAW prides itself on giving optimum value for money and this, combined with a world-class product, has made it one of the country’s champions in the truck industry.
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