On the afternoon of April 1, accompanied by Zhang Yiming, Chinese Ambassador to Namibia; Liu Yang, Vice Governor of Jiangsu Province and Director of the Department of Public Security of Jiangsu Province; Jiang Hai, Vice Mayor of Suzhou and Director-General of the Suzhou Municipal Bureau of Public Security; Jin Jie, Vice Mayor of Suzhou and Zhou Xudong, Chairman of Suzhou Industrial Park Administrative Committee, Namibian President Hage Geingob visited HIGER, receiving warm reception from Huang Shuping, Managing Director of HIGER.
Huang introduced the development history, R&D, new energy bus popularization and export of HIGER. Geingob visited HIGER's showroom and got aboard a 9m tour bus bound for Namibia.
Geingob sang the praises of HIGER's bus manufacturing level. With the constant deepening of global cooperation, more Chinese enterprises will invest in Namibia to achieve win-win, said him. He expected that HIGER would contribute to transportation equipment development in Namibia. Sitting in a HIGER tour bus bound for Namibia, he inquired about its features with relish, saying that the bus which is luxurious and comfortable to ride would boost Namibia's tourist transportation. Huang presented a HIGER model symbolizing good wishes to Geingob, adding that HIGER expected to deepen the cooperation with Namibia to make more HIGER buses better serve Namibian people, thereby promoting the transportation development of Namibia.
HIGER has adhered to the globalization strategy, won titles including "Famous Chinese Brand" and "Product Exempt from National Export Inspection", exported products to more than 100 countries and regions in the world, and achieved cumulative sales of more than 40,000 units. HIGER entered Africa in 2004. After more than 10 years of continuous and deep operations, HIGER has moved into more than 40 African countries including Algeria,Ethiopia and Nigeria, and sold more than 7,000 buses in Algeria, ranking first in the industry.
HIGER has paid close attention to Africa's market demands, customized products according to local road conditions and climatic conditions, strengthened the body frame, lifted the chassis and optimized engine heat radiation, to make HIGER buses more adapted to Africa's actual operation needs. HIGER has established more than 40 service stations and parts centers in Africa to improve service level, thus being recognized by the market for its strong adaptability, outstanding product quality and timely all-round services.