From 2005 to 2018, Yutong buses have been exported to many countries and regions, like France, UK, Australia, Russia, etc., which improve the overseas transportation environment and are widely trusted by customers.
In 2018, Yutong new energy buses were exported to overseas high-end market, and won the order of 100-unit full electric buses from Chile.
In 2017, 500 units of Yutong natural gas city buses were delivered to Yangon, capital city of Myanmar, in a bid to serve the public transportation in the city and improve the local transport environment.
By the end of 2017, Yutong totally delivered more than 3,000 buses and coaches to France, UK, Israel and other countries that applied European standards, ranking first in China and gradually entering the high-end market.
In 2016, Yutong successfully delivered 110 buses to Bulgaria, marking that Chinese bus products entered the EU market in sizable quantity for the first time.
In 2016, Yutong signed the Cooperative Framework Agreement on Cuban Public Transport Improvement & Bus Capacity Enhancement Program to help the Cuban government improve the public transport and enhance the bus manufacturing capacity, which set a new record in China’s bus industry in terms of exported bus volume and amount.
In 2015, Yutong was invited to attend the 23rd annual conference of FNTV. In addition, Yutong was also involved in the “BUS 2025” program of RATP and provided a full electric bus for trial operation, which was also showcased at the UN Climate Change Conference.
In 2013, Yutong delivered over 300 buses to Israel, which hit record high in the bus import history of the country.
In 2013, Yutong signed a 160-unit order with the Philippines and completed the delivery smoothly, which were highly praised by the customers.
In 2013, Yutong delivered 300 LNG city buses to Peru.
In 2012, Yutong signed a SKD order of over 100 units with Ethiopia, and in 2014, Yutong signed a CKD order of over 200 units with Ethiopia again.
In 2011, Yutong signed a 200-unit order with Nigeria.
In 2010, Yutong obtained a 200-unit order of 12m Euro IV CNG buses from Kazakhstan. In 2013, Yutong delivered 400 buses to the same customer in Kazakhstan again. In 2014, Yutong once again got another order of 300 units, showing customer’s consistent favor on Yutong products.
In 2010, Yutong signed a 490-unit order with Ghana, following the 250-unit order signed with Ghana in 2008.
In 2010, Yutong signed an agreement of 202 double-decker buses with the Macedonian government in Skopje, which was the order for Chinese buses to succeed in a European bidding.
In 2009, Yutong exported 175 ZK6118HGA city buses to Kuwait, which was the first time for Chinese buses to enter the public transport market of Kuwait in batch.
In 2007, Yutong signed a 500-unit order with Russia, which was the large export order to Russia in China’s bus industry.
In 2007, Yutong delivered over 400 buses to Saudi Arabia which were continuously favored by the customers.
In 2007, Yutong signed a 5,348-unit large order with Cuba.
In 2006, Yutong exported 630 buses to Cuba again.
In 2005, Yutong set a record for the number of single-batch shipments of Chinese buses at that time (400 units).