Chery Auto Malaysia marks 10K locally assembled cars

KUALA LUMPUR: Chery Auto Malaysia has rolled out 10,000 vehicles since partnering with Inokom Corp Sdn Bhd.

This was achieved within just eight months of commencing operations at Inokom’s 200-acre facility in Kulim, Kedah.

It underscores Chery Auto Malaysia's commitment to growth and excellence in the local automotive industry.

Chery Auto Malaysia and Inokom Corp had formalised their partnership in May and the first batch of the locally assembled Omoda 5 and Tiggo 8 Pro were delivered in August the same year.

Chery’s soon-to-be launched Tiggo 7 Pro has also commenced assembly at the plant this month with the brand’s all-electric vehicle, the Omoda E5 to join the line-up soon.

With the increasing demand and favourable market reception, Chery Auto Malaysia is enhancing its operations by introducing a second assembly line at the plant.

"Our focus has always been on delivering safe, reliable products to our customers," said Chery Auto Malaysia president Leo Chen.

Chen, who was in Kulim to launch the new production line with Sime Darby Motors managing director Andrew Basham, said, "We are committed to maintaining strict quality assurance processes as we expand our operations here in Malaysia."

Chen said the collaboration with Inokom has been an exhilarating journey and he hopes the partnership remains strong.

“We want to continue offering the best driving and ownership experience to our customers," he said.
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