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The full name of the company is “Geely Group Co., Ltd.”. It was opened in 1986 in China, and its first products were refrigerators. However, when the Communist Party decided to capitalize the country's economy, firms received a powerful impetus to development.
1992 was the starting year for Geely in the field of vehicle manufacturing. The company began to produce components for motorcycles, and after 2 years already mastered their independent assembly.
In 1996, the number of manufactured motor vehicles exceeded 200,000.
In 1997, the company began to actively promote its products in world markets, opening many branches in various countries of the world, and also began to produce industrial vehicles for Chinese companies.
Geely cars were released in 1998, and quickly gained recognition in the country due to the low price and good build quality.
After 5 years of production, the first copies of the machines were sent for export, and already in 2004, Geely dealers offered their products in Asia, South and Central America, and even on the African continent.
In voicing their plans for the future, the company management said that plans for 2010 include annual production of up to 1 million cars.
In 2005, Geely Automobile exhibited its cars at the Frankfurt and Detroit auto shows. The company has taken an active course in conquering markets of all countries of the world, and is trying to establish itself with the best hand, carefully monitoring the quality of products.
In this she is helped not only by her own developments, but also by the exchange of experience and technology with partners - Daewoo, Rucker and other car manufacturers.
In 2007, the company significantly increased production volumes, the mark of which reached 181,517 units of cars per year.
In early 2008, Geely manufacturers began to develop machines that are capable of working not only on gasoline, but also on natural gas and methanol.
In 2009, the company, in close tandem with the Yulon Group, launched the production of environmentally friendly vehicles - electric vehicles.
In 2010, a Chinese manufacturing company bought Volvo Cars.