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Chinese CAMC trucks are manufactured by Anhui Hualing Automobile Group, a large machine-building holding in Anhui province.
This corporation operates three companies - Xingma Automobile, Anhui Hualing Heavy-duty Automobile (also known as Hualing Heavy Auto) and Hunan Xingma Heavy-Duty Truck Co, (for short - Hunan Xingma).
The production capacity of all three factories is about 30,000 CAMC heavy trucks per year.
Anhui Hualing Automobile Group has a total of 2,000 employees.
The engineering staff totals 300 people. In addition to production assets, the company has its own technical center, the largest in the province.
The main partners of the company are well-known Japanese manufacturers of trucks - Mitsubishi and Isuzu.
In particular, the company has a licensing agreement for the use of the Mitsubishi FUSO platform in the production of CAMC trucks for up to 10 years.
In addition, Anhui Hualing Automobile works closely with leading Chinese universities to develop new technologies in the automotive industry.
Among them are the universities of Jilin, Hunan, Hefei.
Anhui Automobile Group is considered one of the most important R&D base for heavy-duty vehicles in China.
The company has four independent production lines. The total production area of the workshops in which CAMC vehicles are produced is 100,000 square meters.
The special pride of the company is an automated 5000-ton press stamping machine, made in Japan, with the help of which the frames of CAMC trucks are created at the plant.
Additional work of stamping body parts is performed by two other Japanese presses with an impact capacity of 600 to 1500 tons.
Welding of CAMC bodies is carried out using Japanese robotic welding lines. The paint line was imported from France.
The line includes a cataphoresis bath, which creates an outer coating that is highly resistant to corrosion.
CAMC truck production line is one of the most advanced in China.
Anhui Hualing's trucks are manufactured on the Mitsubishi platform.
At the end of 2008, the company launched the second series of CAMC H08 trucks into serial production.
Trucks of this series have more modern cab equipment.
The truck cab is fully electrified. The trucks have full power accessories, an electric cab lift system, and an on-board computer that records any malfunctions.
Trucks are equipped with various engine options.
The buyer can choose a Japanese-made unit (Mitsubishi), an American Caterpillar C13 and C9, CUMMINS, manufactured under license in China, a licensed analogue of STEYR, or Chinese-made Weichai and Aowei engines.
All manufactured trucks go through full field trials and 3 levels of verification.
In this way, the manufacturer guarantees the quality of his trucks.