Renault Nissan Open China Warehouse in Shanghai
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The two manufacturers announced today the opening of the China warehouse on Shanghai, which will be used by the two to supply their locally built or imported vehicles. The warehouse will cover 8,000 square meters and will comprise 3,000 Renault and 10,000 Nissan parts.
"The Renault-Nissan Alliance warehouse project has already been in smooth operation in countries such as Hungary, UK and Russia. And it has been successfully introduced in some Asian countries. Today, we are continuing this success in China,” said Masaaki Nishizawa, Nissan vice president.
“Launching the warehouse project in the world's largest auto market is evidence of the Alliance's global expansion."
The opening of the warehouse itself wouldn't have been so important for the alliance hadn't it become the first cooperation between Nissan and Renault on the after-sales market. In addition to the warehouse opening, the two partners also announced the start of operations for the new Renault Beijing Automobile joint venture.
"The opening of Renault-Nissan China Warehouse as well as the official operation of Renault Beijing Automobile Co., Ltd together show the great importance Renault has placed in China market,” added Robert Chan, Renault China managing director.
Both parties of the Alliance will provide quality services by working together, sharing the latest cooperation fruits so as to help Chinese consumers build greater confidence in Renault.
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