Company Overview of General Motors China, Inc.
General Motors China, Inc. manufactures and distributes automotive vehicles in China. It offers passenger cars and commercial vehicles. The company was incorporated in 1991 and is based in Shanghai, China. General Motors China, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of General Motors Company.
56 Jinwan Road
Founded in 1991
86 21 2898 7000
86 21 2899 6423
Key Executives for General Motors China, Inc.
President, Executive Vice President and Member of Executive Operations Committee
Chairman, President of International Operations for Gm and Vice President of Global Manufacturing for Gm
Director of Communications
Executive Director of Electrification Strategy
Director of Opel Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
General Motors China, Inc. Key Developments
General Motors China Appoints Irene Shen as Director of Communications
Jul 29 15
General Motors China announced that Irene Shen has been appointed as director of Communications. She will succeed Dayna Hart, who will repatriate to the U.S. to take another GM Communications assignment, effective August 1. Based in Shanghai, Shen will oversee an experienced public relations team that is supporting a range of Communications activities for GM across China. She will also serve as GM's Communications interface with its domestic joint ventures. She will report directly to GM Executive Vice President and President of GM China Matt Tsien and functionally to GM Senior Vice President, Global Communications, Tony Cervone.
GM China Reports Sales Results for January 2015
Feb 9 15
GM China reported sales results for January 2015. The company sold 339,781 vehicles in China in January 2015, down 2.4% from a year ago, compared with 31.9% in December 2014, 5.3% in November 2014 and 12% in 2014.
General Motors China and Wuling Motors Confirm New Indonesian Production Plans to Sell Wuling-Brand Vehicles
Feb 2 15
General Motors China and Wuling Motors confirmed plans to create a new car plant in Indonesia to build and sell Wuling-brand minivans in the country. General Motors-Wuling Automobile Company (SGMW), the three-way Chinese joint venture (JV) between General Motors (GM) China, Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC), and Wuling Motors, confirmed plans to build a new manufacturing facility in Jakarta, Indonesia. GM will own an 80% stake in the new Indonesian JV, while the rest will be held by SAIC. The new Indonesian plant will manufacture and sell low-cost 'people mover' microvans under the Wuling brand, with an estimated price tag of CNY 30,000 (USD 4,854). GM already operates a sales and manufacturing company in Indonesia with a range of Chevrolet vehicles that includes a strategic compact people mover of its own. Tsien added that GM and SAIC were seen as two brands complementing each other, rather than rivals, as they will be differentiated by price, product quality, and features.
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