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Dongvo (Hangzhou) Truck Company

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Dongvo (Hangzhou) Truck Company

Dongvo (Hangzhou) Truck Company (simplified Chinese: 东沃(杭州)卡车有限公司; traditional Chinese: 東沃(杭州)卡車有限公司; pinyin: Dōngwò (Hángzhōu) Kǎchē Yǒuxiàn Gōngsī),[1] known until 2013 as Dongfeng Nissan Diesel Motor Company[2] (simplified Chinese: 东风日产柴汽车有限公司; traditional Chinese: 東風日產柴汽車有限公司; pinyin: Dōngfēng Rìchǎn Chái Qìchē Yǒuxiàn Gōngsī) is a joint venture between the Dongfeng Motor Corporation and UD Trucks (now part of Volvo) established in 1996.[1] It produces heavy trucks for the China market, and coaches for the China and Hong Kong market.



Plant type Location Year opened Year closed Notes
Heavy truck chassis assembly plant Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China 1996 active


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