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Chun Nan Jun

Ziyang Nanjun Automobile Co., Ltd.
CNJ Motors
Public company
Traded as SSE: 600418
Industry Automotive
Founded 1958 (as Ziyang County Tractor)
Headquarters Ziyang, Sichuan, China
Products Trucks
Buses
Website [1]

Chun Nan Jun or CNJ, is the common name for the Ziyang Nanjun Automobile Co., Ltd, a Chinese truck manufacturer based in Yanjiang, Ziyang, Sichuan, with over 3,200 employees. Ziyang Nanjun Automobile produces heavy, medium and light duty trucks and mini trucks as well as large, medium and light buses. Annual production capacity is 150,000 automobiles presently, ranking the 19th in China's auto industry and the second in China's commercial vehicle industry.[1]

Subsidiaries

Sichuan Nanjun Automobile Co., Ltd., produces public buses and highway passenger vehicles;

Ziyang Junxing Spare Parts Co., Ltd., produces spare parts;

Ziyang Ruiyu Logistics Co., Ltd., is mainly engaged in storage, logistics, property management and transportation of commodity vehicles;

Hunan Axle (Ziyang) Co., Ltd., produces axles annually for medium and light duty vehicles;

CNJ Automobile Chongqing Banglong Import & Export Co., Ltd., is the official corporate exporter

Joint Ventures

In 2011 CNC signed a joint venture with Hyundai to produce Hyundai trucks and buses. Each entity would hold 50% of the JV named Sichuan Hyundai,.[2][3]

Export

See also

References

  1. ^ http://www.znno.com/Ziyang-Nanjun-Automobile-Co-Ltd
  2. ^ http://www.cnnanjun.com/en/jianjie/fzlc.aspx
  3. ^ https://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/biz/2010/10/263_75036.html

External links

  • Chinese Corporate site
  • English corporate site
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