Songuo has been granted export licence for complete vehicles and tricycles
  2023-12-05 14:33:05
Recently, according to the List of enterprises eligible for applying for automobile export license in 2024 and List of enterprises eligible for applying for motorcycle export license in 2024 issued by the Ministry of Commerce, Songuo has been authorized by its partners to issue export licenses for passenger cars, trucks and motorcycles, including tricycles, in 2024.

This will facilitate the export of large-scale orders for the project. So far, Songuo’s product portfolio includes four tricycle products and one automobile product that obtained the national record of the exporting country, and in addition to the national record of the vehicle, the taxi company license approved for the project, the taxi sample vehicle operating license, and the license for the sale of the model as a general vehicle (other than taxi use) have all been approved, and the one-month car test operation is coming to an end. 

In December 2006, the National Development and Reform Commission, the General Administration of Customs, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine, the National Accreditation Administration and other five departments jointly issued the Notice on Regulating the Order of Automobile export (No. [2006]629), decided to implement export license management for vehicle products (including passenger cars, commercial vehicles, chassis and complete sets of spare parts).

Starting from the production link, the project aims to combine the export management system with industrial policy, strengthen the protection of intellectual property rights, encourage enterprises to operate in good faith and law-abiding, restrict the export of illegal assembled products, inhibit short-term export behavior, so as to ensure product quality, enhance after-sales service ability, further standardize the order of China's automobile export, improve the quality and efficiency of automobile export growth management system. It has been in force for 17 years.