The specialization rate of foreign trucks is about 70%, and China ’s heavy trucks and trucks still exist in the form of cargo boxes. In the future, Chinese trucks should be strengthened in terms of speciality and more specialized features to promote the development of special vehicles. In addition, compared with foreign countries, China's truck industry still has a long way to go in terms of informatization and logistics. It also needs to step up to catch up and improve the corresponding technical level.
On October 15, 2010, the 2010 China (Jinan) International Truck & Parts Exhibition was grandly opened at the Jinan International Convention and Exhibition Center. Many truck companies have introduced new products based on lightweight and natural gas technologies while demonstrating new technologies and products. Jia Xinguang, a senior expert in the automotive industry, said in an interview with China Commercial Vehicle Network that using new energy technologies for trucks is still a difficult topic. Electric trucks are not realistic, but you can try natural gas, lightweight, hybrid, Programs to promote and improve new energy technologies for trucks.
According to a statistic from the Ministry of Transport, the mileage of cargo transportation per unit in China is increasing year by year. The resulting long-distance transportation also means that in the next few years, the demand for high-end freight trucks in the Chinese market will start to soar.
Jia Xinguang said in an interview with China Commercial Vehicle Network reporter that China's truck industry has developed rapidly and the output has reached the first in the world. However, the development of China's truck industry is still far behind that of foreign countries.
The first is engine technology. Foreign countries have implemented Euro V emission standards, while China still implements Euro III emission standards. Because the fuel requirements of engines are very high, this is still a high threshold for related industries. Secondly, in terms of specialization, the specialization rate of foreign trucks has reached about 70%, while Chinese trucks still exist in the form of cargo boxes. In the future, Chinese trucks should be strengthened in terms of specialization and more specialized features to promote special Car development speed. In addition, compared with foreign countries, China's truck industry still has a long way to go in terms of informatization and logistics. It also needs to step up to catch up and improve the corresponding technical level.
Jia Xinguang also mentioned that some Chinese truck companies have achieved great results in improving vehicle products through joint ventures and cooperation with multinational companies. For example, Sinotruk cooperated with MAN in capital, technology and operation to enable Sinotruk to achieve an overall upgrade. This will also provide stable technical support for the development of Sinotruk in the next 10 to 20 years, which will greatly accelerate the pace of technological development of enterprises and truly establish an international platform for heavy truck technology.