Golden Dragon settles in Peshawar with first fleet of 20 green buses

  • Taking a lift from the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), the Xiamen Golden Dragon project has signed 220 buses with the city government
Pakistan

Peshawar is a Pakistani city near the border of Afghanistan, connected the leading arteries between South and Central Asia. In addition, the production of textiles, shoes and ceramics is the pillar industry of Peshawar, and the university town is the concentration place of local academic institutions. This is why the development of transportation in a city is particularly important.

Taking a lift from the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), the Xiamen Golden Dragon project has signed 220 buses with Peshawar city government. The first batch of twenty 12-meter buses has arrived in Peshawar, the capital of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and is expected to be put into use in March.

The engine used by Golden Dragon bus is Guangxi Yuchai engine, mainly Yuchai engine has super stability, economy and service.

At the same time of rapid economic development, we should also pay attention to environmental protection, energy conservation and emission reduction.

The engine used by Golden Dragon bus is Guangxi Yuchai engine, mainly Yuchai engine has super stability, economy and service.–Staff photo

Yuchai has its unique advantages in terms of engine oil consumption. On the basis of full docking with technical personnel of vehicle manufacturers, the engine oil consumption has reached the most ideal state by selecting the appropriate gearbox and rear axle, which has solved the operation cost for us and also increased the responsibility of enterprises for environmental protection.

With the progress of the Peshawar bus project, the security teams of Jinlv and Yuchai have arrived in Peshawar. Yuchai manufacturers have also appointed technicians to stay in Pakistan to provide services to end users, including engine technical explanation, maintenance knowledge, and common failure solutions, to protect traffic safety.

The Chinese hope that the two countries’ enterprises will cooperate closely and share in the future development of the region.

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