XCMG targets Middle East

24 October 2019

Chinese crane manufacturer XCMG, along with commercial vehicle manufacturer Beijing Foton International Trade (Foton), has exported 50 articulated boom truck mounted cranes for the Middle East market. XCMG said it conducted extensive research into the requirements of the market in this region and used this analysis to develop the crane.

According to XCMG, the sale demonstrates the success of its strategic co-operation initiative with Foton under the ‘double brand - double channel’ banner. The co-operation between the two companies started in 2018 when vehicles with a Foton chassis and an XCMG superstructure were launched, selling almost 100 units in that year. From January to August 2019 XCMG said it sold more than 100 units of XCMG-Foton integrated vehicles.

50 articulated boom truck mounted cranes have been sold into the Middle East

50 articulated boom truck mounted cranes have been sold into the Middle East

A departure ceremony for the 50 articulated boom truck mounted cranes took place at the XCMG factory in China

A departure ceremony for the truck mounted cranes took place at the XCMG factory in China

XCMG said it conducted extensive research into the requirements of the Middle East market whilst developing the crane

XCMG said it conducted extensive research into the requirements of the Middle East market whilst developing the crane

XCMG has been working with Foton since 2018

XCMG has been working with Foton since 2018

Between January to August 2019 over 100 XCMG -Foton units have been sold

Between January to August 2019 over 100 XCMG -Foton units have been sold

Yu Hongyu, deputy general manager of XCMG Import and Export

Yu Hongyu, deputy general manager of XCMG Import and Export

Sun Xiaojun, general manager and party secretary of XCMG Truck-mounted Crane

Sun Xiaojun, general manager and party secretary of XCMG Truck-mounted Crane

Liu Guanghua, general manager of Beijing Foton International Trade

Liu Guanghua, general manager of Beijing Foton International Trade

 

 

Latest News
What will the cities of the future look like?
The world’s biggest cities will be located in different areas than today and will also look considerably different 
New chief executive for Cimic
Pedro Vicente has been promoted to be the group’s chief executive
Construction of underwater research facility
Drass Group will partner with Proteus Ocean Group on underwater research facility project