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A Record-breaking Number of 800 Units Ankai Buses to Arrive in Mexico for Operation
Summarize：Ankai held a grand departure ceremony for its export of a record-breaking number of 800 units 10 5-meter natural gas powered buses to Mexico for operation
On March, 8, Ankai held a grand departure ceremony for its export of a record-breaking number of 800 units 10.5-meter natural gas powered buses to Mexico for operation. As the biggest bus export from China to Mexico, the deal is set to send an encouraging message to North America and the world as a whole for green public transport. It also marks a new milestone for Ankai’s business expansion in the global market.
According to Ankai, all these 800 units buses will be put into operation on bus routes in Monterrey in north Mexico. Their operation fully demonstrates Ankai’s impressive growth in the global market and showcases the deepened ties between China and Mexico.
Recently, along with a growing population, Monterrey decided to introduce 800 units natural gas powered city buses to upgrade the city’s public network and provide more travel conveniences for local residents. After gonging through several rounds of investigations and intense bidding process, Ankai successfully win the heart of the bus operator in Monterrey.
As a well-received bus model in Mexico, Ankai 10.5-meter natural gas city bus is equipped with a monocoque body structure. Having fully adapted to the working and weather conditions in Mexico, it has improved the layout of all its gas tanks and thus further enhanced its overall safety standards. With one-step access, the vehicle is highly resistant to corrosion thanks to the cathode electrophoresis treatment and metallic paint. It also creates more spacious traveling room for passengers and further facilitate their boarding. Also worth mentioning are its Wi-Fi services on board and intelligent dispatching system.
Anaki delivered its first batch of buses to Mexico in 2017. Since then, it had sales of natural gas powered city buses in the country each year. So far, the bus maker has already earned a solid reputation in many cities across Mexico, including Monterrey, Chihuahua, Juárez, etc.
In recent years, environmentally friendly buses have been gaining a growing popularity in Mexico. With an abundant reserve of natural gas and local residents’ pressing concern about environmental protection, the country has been actively promoting natural gas city buses and building a greener and more convenient public transport network.
Having already established a solid presence in the overseas market, Ankai successfully broke the monopoly of bus brands from Europe, US and the domestic market.
Committed to better serving passengers across the globe with safer and greener travel services, Ankai has already obtained Australia’s ADR certificate, the Gulf Region’s GCC certificate, US’ DOT certificate, EU’s e/E-mark certificate and Russia’s GOST certificate. It has also built a well-connected global sales network covering nearly 100 countries and regions across the world.