Golden Dragon Navigator Coaches Delivered to Shouqi for Operation
On February 28, a grand ceremony was held in Golden Dragon’s Haicang Production Base to mark the delivery of 30 units Navigator coaches to their customer, Shouqi Group. The delivery also marks a huge step forward for the two parties cooperation.
Having gone through Shouqi’s stringent selecting process and winning the company’s heart fully demonstrates the formidable strengths of Golden Dragon in the bus manufacturing industry.
As a leading transportation service provider famed for its stringent requirements and professionalism, Shouqi enjoys a solid reputation in the market and usually provides transportation services for high-profile events in Beijing.
“We had done thorough investigations and made comparisons among different bidders before we finally made our choice on Navigator,” said Gao Jie, General Manager of Shouqi. “The coach is revolutionary in its look and design and will continue to deepen the cooperation between Golden Dragon and our company in the past 21 years,” Gao added.
Taking the special weather conditions into consideration, Golden Dragon has added some special features to Navigator, including the furnishings, handrails, the lighting and the windowpanes. Deeply satisfied with the new vehicle and Golden Dragon’s after-sales services, Shouqi believes the new batch of coaches will further strengthen its presence in the capital transportation market and it also expresses a strong willingness to deepen cooperation with Golden Dragon.
Also at the delivery ceremony, Wu Wenbin, President of Golden Dragon, expressed his full confidence in Navigator and its future in the bus market both at home and abroad.
As a new benchmark in China’s luxury coach market, Navigator made its debut at Busworld Expo in Kortrijk, Belgium in 2017. Since then, it has received floods of positive feedback from customers from Saudi Arabia, Philippines, Bahrain and Qutar. In December, 2018, it won Good Design Awards from the USA.
Source : www.chinabuses.org
Editor : Mark