Yutong Sold 2,242 Units Buses & Coaches in October
On November 3, Yutong officially released a business report, showing that it sold 2,242 units buses and coaches in October.
At the 22nd China Patent Prize (Design) Awarding Ceremony held on October 11, Yutong’s internet-connected city bus Yuwei for the high-end market won the Golden Award, the highest award.
From October 14 to 19, 50 units Yutong T7 coaches and 28 units large-sized coaches with 49-53 seats served the 130th China Import & Export Fair (also known as Canton Fair) held in Guangzhou.
On October 19, Yutong intelligent buses Xiaoyu 2.0 successfully completed their transportation tasks at 2021 China’s National Mass Entrepreneurship and Innovation Week.
On October 22, 20 units Yutong electric city buses were officially put into operation in Zhoushan, Zhejiang province, providing greener and more convenient transportation services for local residents.
During the 15th Conference of Parties to the UN Convention on Biological Diversity (also known as COP15), 129 units Yutong new energy buses & coaches were put into service, accounting for 62% of the total bus fleet.
From January to October, the bus maker’s sales volume reached 32,206 units, up by 5.66% year on year. More specifically, it sold 13,137 units medium-sized buses & coaches, up by 6.68% year on year and 6,926 units light buses, up by 18.88% year on year.
At the 26th Conference of Parties to UN Framework Convention on Climate Changes (also known as COP26), Yutong was invited as one of the representatives from China’s manufacturing industry.
At the fourth China International Import Exhibition (CIIE) held in Shanghai, 175 units Yutong buses & coaches have already been put into operation.
Among the Top 500 Privately Owned Enterprises in 2021, Yutong ranked the 54th place in terms of investments on research & development. It ranked the fifth place among all auto makers in terms of investments on research & development.