On February 19, soon after Ankai kicked off its operation in China's lunar new year, the bus maker again secured a deal with Xuzhou Public Transport for providing the bus operator 100 units electric buses.
On February 6, the day before Chinese lunar new year, 100 units Ankai new energy buses were officially put into operation. The placement of another order in such a short time fully demonstrates customers' recognition of the quality and reliability of Ankai products.
According to Ankai, the bus model to be delivered to Xuzhou is Ankai HFF6800GEVB1 electric bus, a well-developed vehicle. It has also been gaining rising popularity in China's current drive for integrated public transport system for urban and rural areas.
Equipped with Ankai monocoque technology, HFF6800GEVB1 electric bus has strengthened management and control over its electric motor, electric control system and electrode, always putting safety and innovation on its top priority. In addition, the e-control intelligent management system highly ensures a highly safe and extremely comfortable journey for both drivers and passengers.
During China's Twelfth Five-Year plan period, the National Electric Bus Whole Vehicle System Integration Engineering Research Center, which is under the management of Ankai, has made constant hard work. In addition, the bus maker's new energy bus production base with an annual production volume of 6,000 units environmentally friendly buses was officially put into operation. Its workshop for vehicle body electrophoresis, which boasts the state-of-art technologies in China, has been operating smoothly. Given above, Ankai has significantly enhanced its capacity for rolling out high quality and highly reliable new energy buses for the rising market demands.
To meet the varied needs of customers from different areas, Ankai has developed a whole series of new energy bus models, ranging from 6-12 meters electric city buses, travel coaches, and 10-12 meters plug-in hybrid city buses, etc.
In recent years, Ankai has been making a huge positive impact on China's new energy bus development thanks to its sound and rapid development and its emphasis on technological innovation. Ankai new energy buses have also been gaining rising popularity among many customers. From the sixth year anniversary of the world's first electric bus to 400 units electric A8 bus entering Beijing, to the current 200 units electric buses bought by Xuzhou Public Transport, Ankai new energy buses have well stood the test of time.