Great Wall begins construction of 8th assembly plant in China
Great Wall Motor continues to build new production capacity in China.
It broke ground for an 8 billion Yuan ($1.1 billion) vehicle assembly plant in Taizhou of east China’s Jiangsu province on last Monday.
The factory, Great Wall’s eighth production site in east China, is slated to start output in Dec. 2020. It will build traditional and electrified vehicles for Haval, the company’s brand for mass-market crossovers and SUVs.
Earlier this year, Great Wall kicked off construction of plants in Pinghu of east China’s Zhejiang province and Rizhao of east China’s Shandong province.
Both factories are expected to become operational in late 2020 or early 2021.