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Ma Chunji Made Keynote Speech on the Investment and Trade Promotion Seminar Co-organized by Shandong Province and New Zealand

Writer:nick smithSource:China news Number of visits: Date:2016.05.28

Shandong Province and New Zealand Trade Development Council held Investment and Trade Promotion Seminar in Auckland on September 11, and Jiang Yikang, the Secretary of Party Committee in Shandong Province, Hon Te UruroaFlavell, the Ministry of New Zealand Maori Affairs and Jenny · Shipley, the former Prime Minister of New Zealand attended the Seminar. Ma Chunji, the Board Chairman of SINOTRUK (Hong Kong) Limited attended the Seminar and made a keynote speech.

Ma Chunji introduced the development history, technical upgrading, product line and overseas markets of SINOTRUK, especially the overall situation about the markets development in Hong Kong, Taiwan and European with MAN technology and intellectualization as well as made introduction to the cooperation between SINOTRUK and New Zealand Lignator Company.

Ma Chunji pointed out that, SINOTRUK always adheres to the corporate philosophy of "creating competitive products with moral quality, making contributions to society with competitive products", and plays the product advantages further with "MAN technology and intellectualization" so as to transform Made in China into Created by China and promote the products into the New Zealand markets. SINOTRUK would like to cooperate sincerely with the fellow traders in New Zealand, perfect the construction system of sales service network constantly and enrich the product lines constantly so as to better serve the users in New Zealand and make contributions to the economic development of both countries. SINOTRUK would strive to realize 10% of market shares within 3 years and 20% within 5 years.

A total of 150 representatives from the Department of Commerce of Shandong Province, the Embassy of PRC in New Zealand, China-invested enterprises, New Zealand agriculture, machinery and logistics companies and the representatives from all walks of life attended the Investment and Trade Promotion Seminar.

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