Geely now has plants in several locations around the world. (File photo/Xinhua)
Chinese automaker Geely is planning to introduce its new cars to Egypt this October, while the company is also considering to build new production lines in Brazil, India and Iran in the future, Shanghai's Oriental Morning Post reported on Sept. 12.
The company said it has manufactured a total of 57,000 vehicles during the first eight months this year, 205% growth year-on-year. During the same period, Geely has sold 24,000 vehicles in eight Arab countries, 500% more than the same period of last year.
The newspaper reported that Geely has been exporting its vehicles since 2003 and currently has plants in Eastern Europe, South America, Southeast Asia, Africa and Central Asia. The top four overseas markets for Geely are Russia, Iraq, Saudi Arabia and Ukraine.
Russia now has more than 70 Geely dealerships.
Geely is expecting its total number of exported vehicles to exceed 80,000 this year. Plans to enter more competitive markets such as the UK and the United States have been temporarily suspended due to concerns as to whether the style of its vehicles will be well received.