GAC Motor delivers 380 cars in support of fortune forum
Guangzhou Automobile Corporation Motor (GAC Motor), one of China's fastest growing automakers and the official automotive sponsor for 2017 Fortune Global Forum, delivered a total of 380 cars on Oct 25 to support the event.
John Needham, executive director of Fortune Global Forum; Zhang Qingsong, vice general manager of GAC; Zhu Xiaoyi, deputy director of publicity department of Guangzhou municipal committee and other government officials attended the car-delivering ceremony.
GAC Motor delivers 380 cars to John Needham, executive director of Fortune Global Forum on Oct 25 to support the international event. [Photo/xinhuanet.com]
The 2017 Fortune Global Forum is due to be held in Guangzhou from Dec 6 to 8 and GAC's best-selling innovative SUVs GA8, GS8 and GM8 have been selected to be the official reception automobiles for guests.
Earlier this month, the Guangzhou-based car maker consolidated its dominance in the domestic industry by retaining its position as the highest ranking Chinese brand in the J.D. Power Asia Pacific's 2017 China Initial Quality Study for the fifth consecutive year.
J.D. Power, the US-based global marketing information services company, measures top-performing auto brands and products by surveying millions of consumers.
Zhang Qingsong, vice general manager of GAC, delivers a speech at the car-delivering ceremony on Oct 25. [Photo/xinhuanet.com]
At the ceremony, Needham spoke highly of Guangzhou's leading role in promoting opening-up and international communication and said the southern Chinese city is the best city to host the 2017 Fortune Global Forum. He also noted that GAC, itself a global top 500 enterprise, represents the highest standard of products made in China.
Zhang also delivered a speech at the ceremony, saying that GAC, as a leader in Guangzhou's auto industry, will take this forum as a great opportunity to increase its brand exposure to a global audience.
The 380 cars include GAC's best-selling SUVs such as GS8 and GM8. [Photo/xinhuanet.com]