Consul General of Angola in China Visits Jetour2021-12-15
To further enhance mutual understanding and lay the groundwork for future in-depth cooperation, Judite Albino, Consul General of Angola in China, kicked off a two-day visit to Jetour on December 3.
On the morning of December 4, Albino visited Jetour's plant and Longshan test center. He learned about the plant's existing models and production lines, showed special concern about the X70 series selling well in Angola, and expressed his great expectation for the upcoming X90 series and other future new models.
During the visit, Albino test rode the Jetour X90 2.0T Zilong Edition. He heaped praises on the model superior in space, power, appearance and performance, highly appreciating its Chinese-style look and considerate intelligent connection configuration.
Albino held a meeting with Jetour's international team. The two sides exchanged ideas on the further development and promotion of Jetour in Angola. Chen Jiacai, General Manager of Chery Commercial Vehicle International, said the company pins great hope on the permanent development of Jetour in Angola, an important southern African market of Jetour, in 2022 and beyond. The headquarters has conducted elaborate planning for the market whether in products and services or in brand communication. Meanwhile, Jetour expects to strengthen cooperation with the local government in environmental protection, public welfare, child care, epidemic prevention and government & corporate vehicle purchase, to make more contributions to the local community. Albino spoke highly of Jetour's first-class supplier system and intelligent manufacturing technologies, expressing his full expectation for its future development in Angola.
Jetour has developed rapidly with growing sales over the past two years since its entry into Angola in July 2019, thus being selected as the best-selling car brand in Angola for two years in a row. Albino highly praised Jetour's efforts in performing social responsibility by frequently organizing distributors for public welfare activities, saying these activities are of broad influence and far-reaching significance and Jetour is enjoying growing popularity in Angola.
The visit not only broke the information barrier caused by geographical distance, but also built trust for future cooperation. Through it, Jetour will tap new opportunities for high-quality development in Angola and its neighboring countries, and bring enhanced travel experience to more consumers in the world.