The former chairman of the Paliament of Thailand, the former Deputy Prime Minister, and the chairman of the Thai-Chinese Cultural and Economy Association Bhokin Bhalakula and his team investigated Kaiyi Motors
On June 30, the former chairman of the Paliament of Thailand, the Former Feputy Prime Minister, and the chairman of the Thailand-China Cultural and Economic Association Bhokin Bhalakula and his team, accompanied by the person in charge of the Sichuan Provincial People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries, came to Kaiyi Motors for on-the-spot investigation and research . Tao Xuezhou, Minister of Coordinating Strategy Department of the Yibin Municipal Party Committee, Liu Bin, secretary of the company's party committee, Gao Lei, deputy secretary of the company's party committee and general manager, Long Xingyin, member of the company's party committee, chairman of the board of supervisors, and chairman of the labor union, and Han Ren, general manager of Kaiyi International Trading Company, accompanied the investigation.
Bhokin Bhalakula and his team visit the assembly workshop and learned about the company's development overview, corporate culture, production and operation, independent products, and technological innovation. They visit the production line to observe the automobile manufacturing process closely to feel the technology and charm of the smart factory , and highly praised Kaiyi's advanced product line and large-scale workshop.
Afterwards, Bhokin Bhalakula and his team came to the exhibition area for an in-depth experience, and test-drove the Kaiyi X7 PHEV, X3 EV and other models. Pochen Penglajun was deeply attracted by the unique and stylish appearance of Kaiyi X3, and said that this model will be a big seller in Thailand.
Tao Xuezhou said that the relationship between China and Thailand has always been good. Since China actively advocated the joint construction of the "Belt and Road", it has launched practical cooperation with Thailand in various fields. Thailand has great potential in local consumption and emerging markets. It is hoped that the two countries can strengthen economic and trade exchanges and achieve mutual benefit and win-win results.