byd co ltd-unsponsored adr (BYDDY) Key Developments
BYD Company Ltd. Approves Amendments to the Articles of Association
Jul 21 15
BYD Company Ltd. at the EGM held on July 21, 2015, approved amendments to the Articles of Association.
BYD Company Ltd. Receives Order for 719 Cars from Cuban Government
Jul 13 15
BYD Company Ltd. has received an order for 719 cars from the Cuban government to support its tourism business development. It has been reported that all vehicles in the fleet will be BYD models, namely the sedans Suri, L3 and G6, the SUV S6, and the MPV M6. At present, all BYD vehicles exported to Cuba will be used to develop tourism in the country, and in the near future, the vehicles will also expand to government official vehicles and the private car market. With this procurement project, BYD plans to build a flawless after-sales service system in Cuba to provide complete vehicular tech support, as well as seek further development of its new energy vehicles.
BYD Company Ltd. to Launch Electric Double-Decker Bus in London
Jul 13 15
BYD Company Ltd. has announced that it will launch its first electric double-decker bus in London from October 2015.
BYD Company Ltd. Launches 18-Meter Pure Electric Bus in Bogota, Colombia
Jul 7 15
BYD Company Ltd. has announced the launch of its first 18-meter high floor pure electric bus in Bogota, Colombia. BYD actively strives to disseminate its safe and environmentally-friendly products to cater for different markets. Its 18m high-floor articulated pure electric bus was specially designed for Bogota Transmilenio BRT system; it carries 160 passengers in full occupation. By equipping it with its proprietary core advanced technology, the fire-safe, non-toxic, iron-phosphate battery, combined with in-wheel motor drive and regenerative brakes, BYD's 18-meter pure electric bus offers the most economical solution, and eliminates the uncomfortable jerks and vibrations of conventional diesel buses.
BYD Wins Car Supply Order in Cuba
Jul 6 15
BYD has reached an agreement to supply cars to the government of Cuba. The company will supply 719 cars to the Cuban government, which will use the vehicles to ferry tourists. The contract will involve several traditional vehicles instead of hybrid and electric vehicles, although BYD declined to reveal the value of the contract.