Higer Inked a Deal of 1,815 Units Coaches with Qatar

December 4,2020.

Higer Inked a Deal of 1,815 Units Coaches with Qatar

On November 30, Suzhou-based Higer officially signed a sales agreement with Qatar through a video conference held online. According to the agreement, Higer will deliver 1,815 units coaches to the country’s bus operators, marking a major milestone as Qatar’s biggest bus import and China’s biggest bus export deal in 2020.

Fahd, CEO of Qatar State Transport Co.(Mowasalat), and Huang Shuping, General Manager of Higer, on behalf of the two companies, signed the deal. Several distinguished guests, including  Khalid Al Thani, the prime minister of Qatar, witnessed the historical moment.
It is reported that all Higer coaches will be put into service for Qatar FIFA 2022 World Cup. In 2006, 500 units Higer buses & coaches, which completed their delivery in just three months, served many athletes in the 15th Asian Games held in Qatar. A professional after-sales team was stationed at various venues to provide timely and highly efficient after-sales services. Through the first deal, Higer successfully earned trust from bus operators in Qatar.

Later, Higer buses & coaches provided transportation services for footballers at AFC Asian Cup held in the country. Currently, nearly 5,000 units Higer buses & coaches are in smooth operation in Qatar, accounting for over 90% of the country’s bus market. Among them, 2,000+ units Higer buses & coaches are serving primary and secondary students.
Thanks to their consistently reliable performances and unrivaled travel comforts, Higer buses & coaches have long been enjoying a great popularity in Qatar. Bus operators in the country not only have full confidence in Higer, but have become loyal customers of the brand.

Haneef, once in charge of the vehicle distribution for the 15th Asian Games in 2006, said Higer buses & coaches had very attractive looks and achieved high maneuverability. “They provide a great working and traveling environment for bus drivers and passengers. Plus, they have superb air-conditioning systems”, Haneef added. Some bus maintenance workers in Qatar also yearned for opportunities to visit Higer’s headquarter in Suzhou.

Located in the desert areas in the Middle East, Qatar provides very harsh working conditions for buses. By working with Mowasalat, the only state-owned carrier in Qatar for 15 years, Higer has provided timely assistance to its customer in a number of areas and left them with unforgettable memories. Thanks to their cooperation, they have created a win-win situation for both parties, laying a solid foundation for their future cooperation.

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