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Chinese Truck Maker to open knocked-down plant

Chinese truck maker Forland is set to open its first knocked down plant in Meycauayan City by January 2018. It is designed to produce 2,000 units annually and can reach to 10,000 units in the next five years. (Shane F. Velasco)
Chinese truck maker Forland is set to open its first knocked down plant in Meycauayan City by January 2018. It is designed to produce 2,000 units annually and can reach to 10,000 units in the next five years. (Shane F. Velasco)

MEYCAUAYAN CITY — Chinese truck maker Forland is set to open its first knocked down plant by January 2018.

“The Meycauayan knocked-down plant is designed to produce 2,000 units annually and can reach to 10,000 units in the next five years,” Forland Philippines General Manager Wang Tao said.

The investment is among the gains of the two official and state visits of President Rodrigo R. Duterte in the People’s Republic of China.

Forland is part of the Foton Group, a huge Chinese motoring firm. Its products include cargo trucks; dump trucks; special vehicles such as all-wheel drive and hub reduction type; and special purpose vehicles like tank trucks, truck cranes, environmental sanitation equipment, and concrete mixers. (PIA 3)

 

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