An African Business Delegation Visited CHIGO
Recently, the Delegation of the Belt and Road constructive project composed of over 30 African business associations business associations and enterprises from Comorin, Mali, Democratic Republic of Congo, Benin, Algeria, Burundi, Niger, Ghana, etc., visited CHIGO and mutually negotiated developmental cooperation in the company of Deputy Director Deng Huixing and other relevant leaders of the Economic Promotion Bureau of Nanhai District.
The Delegation firstly visited the product exhibition hall and detailedly understood functional advantages and market sharing of CHIGO’s products, then came to the cloud air-conditioner experience center and experienced comfort and convenience of cloud air-conditioners on the site with mobile terminal under the guidance of CHIGO’s accompanying persons. After the visit, they held a short exchange meeting, on which Xiao Fengqi, Deputy General Manager of Overseas Marketing Department, introduced recent developmental situation and product advantages of CHIGO in African market and presented that CHIGO would further strengthen cooperation and communication with local enterprises, mutually share achievements and promote mutual development.
In recent years, CHIGO actively responded to national strategic planning of “One Belt and One Road”, speeded up industrial distribution in key developing zones around the world, continuously accelerated promotion of independent brands and improved construction of production, research and development, sales and after-sales service systems, and has obtained more and more new achievements in the road of globalized development. It is known that the market share of CHIGO air-conditioner is about 10% in the countries where the policy of “one belt and one road” is implemented, which meant that there was one air conditioner produced by CHIGO among every 10 air conditioners in the market; meanwhile, in the first half of 2017, export of CHIGO’s air-conditioners to west African countries increased by59.45% on a year-on-year basis, which was far higher than the industrial level.