• Oct 2, 2018

     

    This article originally appeared in the September 2018 issue of the Power Systems Research PowerTALK report.

    Mr. Tan Xuguang, Chairman and CEO of Weichai Power, has been named Chairman and CEO of China National Heavy Duty Truck Group Co., Ltd. (CNHTC). CNHTC, or Sinotruk Group, is a Chinese state-owned truck manufacturer. Xuguang is Chairman and CEO of CNHTC. 

    Mr. Tan, known for his bold moves and remarks about the industry, is already putting into motion new measures to streamline the business >Read more

  • Jul 24, 2017

    SHANGHAI--The China International Tire Expo (CITEXPO) will be held at the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Centre here Aug. 21-23, 2017.

    Erik Martin, Power Systems Research director of Asian operations, and Qin Fen, Power Systems Research business development manager, will be at the show. emartin@powersys.com, qfen@powersys.com.

    CITEXPO was established in 2003 by Reliable International Exhibition Services Co.,Ltd.. The aim of organizing this exhibition is to deliver a high quality >Read more

  • Jun 28, 2017

    Power Systems Research continues to gain credibility as an important source of reliable information on power equipment in the China market.

    Recently, a leading executive of the China Internal Combustion Engine Industry Association (CICEIA) quoted PSR in an article about the future of engines.

    Power Systems Research is a global consulting company providing production data and forecasts to the powertrain and components industries.

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  • May 23, 2017

    Beijing Holds Its Breath as Ozone Levels Surge

    Beijing and parts of neighboring Hebei province and Tianjin were blanketed by smog infused with high levels of ozone recently amid a heat wave sweeping across parts of northern China.

    The concentration of ground level ozone peaked at 141 micrograms per cubic meter of air on May 19, 2017, data from the Beijing Municipal Environmental Protection Bureau showed.

     Source: Caixin             Read The Story >Read more

  • May 3, 2017

    CRRC Profit Dips as Buildup Crests

    Source: Caixin

    BEIJING— Leading Chinese rail equipment maker CRRC Corp. Ltd. expects its train sales to drop by a third over the next decade, as domestic purchasing starts to subside following a multitrillionyuan building spree... "The year 2015 was a historic high," said the source... "We expect Chinese train sales won't ever surpass those levels again."

    PSR Analysis: The decline in sales by China Railway Rolling Stock Corp. (CRRC) that is estimated to continue through 2025 provides the >Read more

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