MV Agusta Announces New Partnership with QJ-Motor in China

MV Agusta Announces New Partnership with QJ-Motor in China

The following is a press release from MV Agusta …

Varese, Italy (September 19, 2020) – MV Agusta Motor SPA has proclaimed a new significant concern with QJ Motor Company to distribute branded motorcycles in China. KJJ Group is the largest and most prominent two-wheeler manufacturer in China with a large commercial being in the region. The statement will initially distribute MV Agusta models through a network of flagship stores across the country, supply the highest quality service to Chinese consumers. At a later stage, this partnership will also make significant advancement on the industrial front and competition is being gratifying.

MV Agusta Announces New Partnership with QJ-Motor in China

Following a successful launch phase in cooperation with Fekon Co., which helped present MV Agusta motorcycles in China, QJ will now handle seven existing Mono brand stores and an additional 21 within 12 months and service centers Spread out the sales network with stores. The aim of rapidly and insignificantly advance MV Agusta’s presence and vulnerability to the Chinese market. QJ has an impressive track record and significant education in managing premium international brands.

Timur Sardov, CEO, MV Agusta Motor SPA, said: “I am delighted with this understanding with KJJ for the second phase of its enlargement in the Chinese market. In five years, MV will make Augusta China’s number one Italian superior motorcycle brand in China. We will quickly achieve all our trade goals and possibly lose. We are also a nonindustrial, more critical competition on the industrial front, which we will denote soon.

Dongsha Gao, general manager of Qianjiang Motor Company, commented: “We thank MV Agusta for taking to forge a new strategic concern with us. MV Agusta is a world-renowned brand with a long history and is an old friend and close associate of Qianjing Motorcycle. This collaborationism is not only a potent combination of business on both sides but also a further acceptance of each other’s brands and ideas. We hope that we work together to bring high-superior motorcycles to Chinese consumers that are stylish, easy to handle and enjoy riding. Our goal is to make motorcycle travel freer, greener and more breathless.