SANYANG MOTOR VIET NAM COMPANY LIMITED (SMV)
Founded on 27/06/2005, SANYANG MOTOR VIET NAM COMPANY LIMITED (SMV), a 100% Taiwanese-invested company, specializes in manufacturing and supplying trucks under 3.5 ton and cars, and it is the only manufacturer of automobile engines in Vietnam..
With its business concept of "Ability is the center - affirming the Dedication – Good faith – Activeness - Creativity - Customer is satisfied to together create a new future”, SMV gives Vietnamese the extensive experience of life with modern SYM brand car lines of high technology, challenging the limits of safety and speed.
Located in Nhon Trach 2 Industrial Zone of Dong Nai province, 33.1ha-area SMV plant includes 4 major shops which are the paint shop, welding shop, and assembly shop and inspection line before products are sold. Along with the assistance and help from experts experienced in the automobile sector in Taiwan as long as the young professional team in Vietnam, SMV has built a high technical and skilled workforce who owns flexible and creative work spirit.
Only in a short time after its inception, SMV has set up a tremendous nationwide consumption system of more than 22 dealers by 2010, providing timely and maximally 3 main product lines: SYM T880 Light Truck, SYM T1000 Mini Truck, and cars, trucks, buses, etc. with the best warranty policy for all customers.
|The production factory in Nhon Trach 2 Industrial Zone, Dong Nai Province|
For the purpose of committing to provide the best after-sales policy to customers, Express Service was launched with a professional and flexible technical team, who immediately appears to help customers resolve arising problems when using SYM products.
SWith the mission of meeting community demands, developing best-quality products and dedicating to society in mind, in the future, we will be constantly creative, face challenges, research to create the perfect products to meet expectations and deliver practical benefits to all customers..
“We are committed to accompany with you on all roads”