Yutong Australia began importing buses from China in 2012 and has achieved a significant market share of school transport, public transport, mining, charter and touring buses, making it a top 3 brand in the Australian market.
Yutong is particularly proud to have introduced its full electric, zero emission vehicles to the Australian market. Each vehicle is specially customised to suit Australian conditions.
Yutong Australia has established an enviable after sales service network to support its product range.
Yutong is the world’s largest bus manufacturer, known across the globe for its service, reliability and quality vehicles in a wide range of markets. Yet its beginnings were small as a bus repair factory in 1963, before expanding into the areas of manufacturing, research and customised design.
Upon becoming the Zhengzhou Yutong Bus Co. Ltd in 1993, the organisation saw rapid growth. With a strong focus on the export market from 2005 and considerable investment in technologically advanced factories, the company laid the platform for a powerful manufacturing base – allowing it to reach a capacity of more than 400 buses per day.
In doing so, Yutong now leads the world in large and medium-sized bus production, with an average 65,000 buses and coaches delivered to clients every year.
With four modern manufacturing bases, Yutong boasts a market share of more than 32% in China, topping sales charts year after year. Since 2005, Yutong has grown to become one of the world’s major bus and coach suppliers – capturing more than 15% of the global market in just a short time.
Manufacturing includes conventional buses, new energy buses, special vehicles and parts & components – with everything completed onsite, from parts and chassis production to welding, painting and final assembly. In all, Yutong has 15 production lines plus road testing facilities, covering an area of 2,466,000 square meters – the equivalent of nearly 500 football fields!