Recently, Prinx Chengshan（Shandong）Tire Company LTD. and Tsinghua University cooperated in the field of tire NVH research to improve the design capability and professional level of Prinx Chengshan low noise tire.
More than 400,000 square meters of Prinx Chengshan overseas new factory will manufacture all-steel radial and semi-steel radial tires after completion, aiming to better meet the pleasant travel experience for users around the world.
March 19-21, 2019 Tyrexpo Asia come to an end, Prinx Chengshan bring its "Prinx", “Chengshan" and "Austone", "Fortune" four major brands appearance, covering many categories of all-steel radial tires and semi-steel radial tires, etc., demonstrate excellent performance products to consumers around the world , as well as to provide users with more diverse travel options.
Revenue amounted to approximately RMB5,206.1 million, representing an increase of 7.6% over the same period last year
Gross profit amounted to approximately RMB1,003.1 million, representing a growth of approximately 30.5%
Profit attributable to the shareholders was RMB478.6 million
On October 9, 2018, Prinx Chengshan officially landed in the Hong Kong capital market, listed on the main board of the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the stock code is 1809.HK. As a famous tire enterprise from China, Prinx Chengshan continuously innovated new technologies, relying on its own research and development strength to promote the development of the industry and the optimization and upgrading of the industry.
The three-day European pilot driving test of Prinx Chengshan tire was successfully concluded in Budapest, Hungary on September 21, 2018. Forty-four premium dealers from all over Europe participated in this driving camp conference.
Prinx Chengshan takes participate in Autopromotec this year.
With our professional sales consultants, service team, and the most important，great coffee, we wish to see you at Stand E44, Hall 15 from 24 May to 28 May.
With a clear intention to become a strong European player, we have decided to establish our European headquarters in Slovakia,which—together with the Czech Republic—is the heart of the modern European automotive industry.