Volkswagen China

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Cooperation Projects

    
       China Women’s Development Foundation (CWDF) joined hands with Volkswagen China in launching the “Guard for Childhood: Safe Travel for Children” charity project in February 2014. The project, a subsidiary program under the “Guard for Childhood” initiative, has been carried out in many cities including Beijing, Jinan, Zhengzhou and Xi’an. It covers the donation of children’s car seats, training sessions aimed to increase children’s traffic safety awareness, and lobbying for the introduction of road safety laws and systems for children.
(The official website of“Safe Travel for Children”:http://gongyi.sina.com.cn/z/etaq/index.shtml?qq-pf-to=pcqq.c2c

       The CWDF and Volkswagen China jointly launched the“Guard for Childhood: Safe Station for Children” project in August 2014. By building up safe, cozy public service spaces, the project provides daily care, psychological counseling, tutoring and group activities for children and their families affected by disasters. It aims to minimize psychological trauma and restore the confidence in life and home reconstruction, helping children weather the period of high occurrence of psychological problems during the first three months following a disaster such as an earthquake.

Introduction to Enterprises

  
       Volkswagen is one of China’s earliest and most successful partners in the auto industry. It has gone through 30 years of ups and downs and rapid growth together with the Chinese auto industry.

       Back in 1978, Volkswagen started its contact with China. In October 1984, it established its first joint venture in China with the inception of the SAIC Volkswagen. In February 1991, FAW Volkswagen, its second joint venture in China, was founded.

      Volkswagen is engaged in the production, sales and services of complete cars and components including engines and gearboxes in China. Through Volkswagen China and its subsidiaries, the group has carried out businesses for brands including Volkswagen, Audi, Skoda, Seat, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Porsche, Ducati, Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles, Scania and MAN.

       Volkswagen has enjoyed a leading position in China since its entry to the Chinese market. In 2013, Volkswagen China, together with SAIC Volkswagen and FAW Volkswagen, delivered 3.27 million units of vehicles to customers in the Chinese mainland and the Hong Kong SAR, taking up 20.5 percent of China’s passenger car market.

       Volkswagen China is devoted to be a sustainable auto maker in China. To cater for the rapid development of the Chinese auto market, Volkswagen and its joint ventures plan to invest EU $1.82 billion in China from 2014 to 2018. The investment will be used to develop more efficient products, powertrain technologies and projects for greener protection and sustainable development.

     Volkswagen China has currently owned production bases in Shanghai, Changchun, Dalian, Nanjing, Yizheng, Chengdu, Foshan, Ningbo, Urumqi and Tianjin. It is building new factories in cities including Changsha and Qingdao. It has more than 90,000 employees. Besides, it has over 2,000 authorized dealerships across the country, with over 360,000 dealers working every day to offer professional and thoughtful services to tens of thousands of customers

      As the most trustworthy partner, Volkswagen not only provides premier products and reliable services to Chinese customers, but also fulfills its corporate social responsibility. Volkswagen China has cooperated with over 30 universities in China to turn out talents and carry out research for the auto industry.

      Children are the future of society. Therefore, Volkswagen has worked actively to provide more opportunities for the young generation. Since April 2014, it has carried out children’s road safety campaigns in 17 cities. In 2013, the group and its joint venture companies announced to donate 5,000 children’s car seats to families across the country.

     Volkswagen will continue to bring the most environmental friendly and advanced technologies and products to China, provide more satisfactory services for customers and step forward to a sustainable future in joint hands with the Chinese auto industry.


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