26 Nov '17, 8am

Ankai Secures a 200-million Deal with Myanmar

Ankai Secures a 200-million Deal with Myanmar

In 2011, Ankai successfully exported 3,000 units school buses to Saudi Arabia, making the biggest bus export in that year. In 2012, 20 units Ankai double-deckers arrived in the UK, serving London Olympic Games. In 2014, 1,100 units Ankai buses arrived in Algeria. One year later, Ankai double-deckers made their way to the U.S.A. and UAE. In 2016, 51 units Ankai A8 luxury coaches were delivered to Saudi Arabia. With a rising presence in the overseas market, Ankai has long become synonymous with high quality and high safety standards.

Full article: http://www.chinabuses.org/news/2017/0417/article_10995.html

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