Buses made in China caused sensation again in Serbia on April 25 when the signing ceremony was held in Serbia capital city Belgrade to export 174 HIGER buses to the country. With contractual value exceeding 300 million CNY, it is the largest export deal of made-in-China buses sold to Serbia and even to Europe. With this amazing order of export, Higer Bus contributed to the 2nd Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation, marking the Chinese bus manufacturers represented by Higer Bus are moving fast onto the broader world stage by taking China’s Belt & Road Initiative as a platform. Mr. Zhang Hui, Assistant to the General Manager of Higer Bus Overseas Sales, signed agreement with Radisa Momčilović, the General Manager of GSP Public transport company of Belgrade. The signing ceremony was also attended by Belgrade Vice Mayor Goran Vesic and Jiang Haifeng, the General Manager of Higer Bus Overseas Sales.
Mr. Zhang Hui, Assistant to the General Manager of Higer Bus, Overseas Sales, signed agreement with Radisa Momčilović, the General Manager of GSP Public transport company of Belgrade
Belgrade Vice Mayor Goran Vesic said April 25 is an important date for the city’s public transport development. He felt happy to fulfill the commitment to the people’s demands for public transport. As the largest purchase of city bus ever seen in Serbia’s capital city Belgrade, the buses will be found driving on the urban streets by September this year, which will provide better public-transport service for citizens.
According to Jiang Haifeng, the General Manager of Higer Bus Overseas Sales, that it is the honor for HIGER Bus, one of the largest bus manufacturers in the world, to be selected to provide service for Belgrade. He said HIGER Bus will make utmost efforts to provide the best city bus and most efficient service for Belgrade citizens, so that local people can enjoy the effective, convenient, comfortable and reliable experience in public travels.
HIGER buses exported to Serbia
These buses are developed by HIGER Bus for global market specifically. As the fifth-generation city bus tailored to actual needs of operations in Belgrade, they have plain but handsome look catering to the aesthetics of European people. The buses use LED lamps and three-door low floor design. Equipped with diesel engines with Europe VI emission standards and all-new decorations, they are featured by robust power, excellent performance and reliable quality, thus meeting Serbian people’s demands for safety and reliability of public transport.
The participants in the ceremony, including Belgrade Vice Mayor Goran Vesic (the fourth on the left) and HIGER Overseas Sales General Manager Jiang Haifeng (the third on the left)
The city bus order from Serbia is another practice of Higer Bus in its efforts of responding to China’s Belt & Road Initiative. Till today, HIGER Bus has exported nearly 50,000 units to over 120 countries and regions in the world. In the future, HIGER will continue to uphold the corporate mission of “Strive to achieve a closer distance”, adhere to the strategy of international and innovative development, and stay dedicated to becoming the world-leading provider of solutions to public travel, so that the world will share China’s wisdom in transport, and made-in-China products will shine along the Belt & Road.