Chinese automaker Great Wall exports 582 vehicles to South America amid epidemic

 |  Xinhua

A batch of vehicles produced by China's leading sport utility vehicle (SUV) and pickup maker Great Wall Motors are on their way to South America after the company resumed working in mid-February amid the novel coronavirus outbreak.

A total of 582 vehicles were loaded on a ship and departed from a port in north China's Tianjin Municipality last week.

With the support of the governments of Tianjin and northern Hebei Province, the company's production bases in the two places, which had been closed due to the epidemic, restarted operations in mid-February.

The port in Tianjin also opened a "green channel" to accelerate the ship-loading process.

Headquartered in the city of Baoding, north China's Hebei Province, the company owns several SUV and car brands including Haval, Great Wall, WEY and ORA.

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