At present, Shantui accounts for 30% of the five major types of construction machinery products such as bulldozers, excavators and road rollers that are exported to Kyrgyzstan. “Chai Sen, deputy general manager of the Mountain Propulsion Export Company, said.
Shantui Construction Machinery Co., Ltd., headquartered in Jining, Shandong, has been planning the Central Asian market since 2009. In 2013, after China officially proposed the “Belt and Road Initiative” initiative, Shantui Company increased its development efforts in the Central Asian market. Currently, it has achieved coverage of dealer networks in Central Asia, in Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, etc. Offices have been established in key markets.
The first franchise store in Shantui Central Asia was officially opened in Bishkek, capital of Kyrgyzstan on April 25th. This Chinese construction machinery company, which has been working in the Central Asian market for ten years, is increasingly recognized by the local machinery consumer market.
“Many of the bulldozers exported from China to Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan are manufactured by Shantui.” Chai Sen said that Shantui’s sales in Kazakhstan are expected to increase significantly in the first half of this year.
In recent years, more and more Chinese machinery manufacturing companies like Shantui have been welcomed by the SCO national market. According to observers, the SCO, as a regional organization based in Europe and Asia and affecting the whole world, covers a total population of about 44% of the world’s total population. Many SCO countries face the need for infrastructure construction while having a demographic and resource dividend.
Shandong Wuzheng Group Co., Ltd., one of the key enterprises in China’s machinery industry, has exported more than 2,000 sets of sanitation vehicles including compressed vehicles, garbage dump trucks, garbage hooks and sprinklers to Pakistan in recent years. vehicle.
“Pakistan is located in a tropical and subtropical climate zone, and it is driven by the right rudder. The vehicles we exported have been fully considered at the beginning of the design,” said Zhang Xiwen, general manager of the International Trade Department of Wuzheng Group.
Zhang Xiwen introduced that these sanitation vehicles use professional automotive spraying technology, the service life is two to three times the average value of the same industry, extending the equipment replacement cycle of the local sanitation department; also made a lot of adjustments to the chassis, gearbox, clutch, etc. Improve its reliability; set up different high and low speed gears for uphill, downhill and landfill dumping, which not only increases the ability to climb the slope, but also improves fuel economy.
In addition, more and more “Chinese machinery” such as electric tricycles and tractors are also popular in the market of Shanghe member countries, especially in Central Asia.
In November last year, a number of tractor products under the Lovol Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. in Shandong were unveiled at the Kyrgyz International Agricultural Exhibition. At the exhibition, Revo products are highly praised by users and industry experts for their stylish appearance and advanced technology.
According to Revo Heavy Industries, the exhibits are third-generation tractors developed specifically for the Central Asian market, covering 40 to 110 hp, and can be used with front loading, snow shovel, trailer, mowing and baling machine, rotary cultivator , a variety of machine tools such as wood chippers. Many local customers have stated that the Revo tractors are very efficient, and the repair service and spare parts supply is timely and will continue to purchase Revo products.
Li Guangjie, a researcher at the Institute of International Economics of the Shandong Academy of Social Sciences, believes that the SCO is the most comprehensive and populous regional organization in the world. In recent years, trade between the SCO countries has grown stronger and Central Asia has become China. The important overseas market for construction machinery enterprises to “go global”.