SAIC Motor's service trade division is comprised of vehicle sales and service, automotive logistics and related extension businesses. The vehicle sales and service department provides new car sales, maintenance, second-hand cars, member services and new energy vehicle rental. The automotive logistics department focuses on business-to-business (B2B) transactions, covering complete vehicle logistics, parts logistics, port logistics and international logistics, and now extends to "customer-terminal" facilitation. Related extension businesses provide energy conservation and environmental protection, new energy charging, material trade, real estate and daily business services to various enterprises.
Enterprises serving SAIC Motor's service trade division are Shanghai Automotive Industry Sales Co Ltd, Shanghai Chexiang Technology Industry Co Ltd, Anji Automotive Logistics Co Ltd, Shanghai Automotive Industry Activity Center Co Ltd, Shanghai Automotive Asset Management Co Ltd, SAIC Motor Corporation Limited (Beijing), China Automotive Industry Investment and Development Co Ltd, Shanghai Shanghong Properties Co Ltd, Donghua Automotive Industry Co Ltd, and Global Car Sharing & Rental Co Ltd.
Shanghai Automotive Industry Sales Co Ltd
Founded in 1993, Shanghai Automotive Industry Sales is a wholly owned subsidiary of SAIC Motor Corporation Limited specializing in the sale and service of vehicles of different brands.
With Anji as its service brand, the company is devoted to providing professional and standard automotive sales and services to Chinese customers, in a continuing effort to establish itself as China's most reliable automotive service brand.
Anji has become a well-known automobile dealer group over the past two decades, acting as automotive sales and services agent for dozens of brands, including SAIC Roewe, MG, Chase, Cadillac, Buick, Chevrolet, SAIC-Volkswagen, Skoda, Volkswagen Import and Subaru. Headquartered in Shanghai, the company has more than 40 service outlets in 15 cities, including Beijing, Tianjin, Nanjing, Wuxi, Xiamen and Sanya.
Due largely to its professional service and strength, Anji has been widely recognized by public and industry bodies, earning a series of honorary titles: Shanghai Famous Brand, Shanghai Famous Brand Service, Shanghai Model Unite, and China Machinery Industry Model Unite.
Chexiang is the first full life circle online-to-offline (O2O) e-commerce platform built by SAIC Motor in China. Launched in 2014, Chexiang established the unique "Chexiang Model" to provide one-stop and full life circle services to customers. Integrating efficient online operation and qualified offline services, the company covers the"looking, selecting, buying, using and selling" of automobiles. Chexiang is developing its O2O brand, Chexiangjia, an offline physical service system, as part of its efforts to become China's leading automotive aftermarket brand.
Founded in August 2008, Anji Automotive Logistics is a wholly owned subsidiary of SAIC Motor Corporation Limited specializing in automotive logistics and providing services for automotive engine and parts manufacturers both at home and abroad.
Anji Logistics is the largest third-party automotive logistics provider in China. Through many years of development, Anji has established businesses covering logistics for complete cars, parts, ports, shipping, international and large logistics. The introduction of advanced technologies and the development of an intelligent visual system have helped Anji establish a logistics supply service chain.
Shanghai Automotive Industry Activity Center was founded in 1995 and is a wholly owned subsidiary of SAIC Motor Corporation Limited. The center has three major sections – Anyomall (industrial businesses), Anyolife (businesses related to life) and hotel businesses.
Anyomall mainly provides industrial services, like the e-procurement of non-production materials, online auctions, procurement consulting, supply chain collaboration, equipment maintenance and storage management to SAIC Motor and related manufacturers. Anyolife is an online service platform cooperating with e-commerce enterprises such as Jingdong, YHD, Shanghai SMG-CJ Homeshopping Co Ltd, and COFCO. Hotel business is conducted at the Blue Palace Hotel where conferences, training and reception activities are provided.
Shanghai Automotive Asset Management was founded by Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (Group) on Nov 18, 2002, with a registered capital of 818 million yuan ($123.78 million).
In accordance with the group's development goals, the company formed four business sections: asset management, creative industry, energy and environment protection, and charging.
In 2016, the company achieved sales volume of nearly 800 million yuan and profit of 130 million yuan. The per capita profit surpassed 650,000 yuan, while per capita sales revenue reached 4 million yuan. With the development of such innovative businesses, the company has committed to sustainable development.
Headquartered in Nanjing's Gulou district, Donghua Automotive Industrial sits 3 kilometers from Nanjing Railway Station, 10 km from Nanjing Harbor and 50 km from Nanjing Lukou International Airport. It holds registered capital of 1.08 billion yuan ($16.34 million) and employs approximately 2,000 staff members.
As a key base of SAIC Motor in Nanjing, Donghua concentrates on two major business sections: service trade and parts manufacturing.
Service trade covers material supply, after-market service, import and export of vehicles and parts, logistics of vehicles and parts, automobile sales and service, and the development of commercial and real estate resources, while also supplying steel for SAIC enterprises in Nanjing and providing after-market services such as vehicle sales, leasing and maintenance, to individual customers in Nanjing.
The auto parts manufacturing section is primarily concerned with automobile steering, transmission, stamping welding, non-standard equipment, electronic instruments and accessories. Prominent customers include Nanjing Iveco, Shanghai Volkswagen CP4, SGMW, Beijing Foton and the US company Caterpillar.
Global Car Sharing and Rental (or Global Car Sharing) is an innovative corporation specializing in the sharing and rental of new energy vehicles (NEVs). The corporation bases its operations and programs on the "Sharing Economy" concept.
Based in Shanghai, Global Car Sharing was founded on May 16, 2016, by SAIC Motor Corporation Limited (SAIC Motor) and Shanghai International Automobile City (Group) Co Ltd (SIAC). The company integrates SAIC Motor and SIAC's leading car sharing brands, EVCARD and E-sharing Car.
Aligning with the "Sharing, Eco-friendly, Efficiency and Innovation" concept and an industrial path "based in Shanghai, distributed to the whole nation and entering the global market", Global Car Sharing is dedicated to building an advanced global car sharing platform and service ecosystem. Implementing national industrial transformation and upgrading strategies, the corporation aims to expand new energy car sharing and rental businesses in the promotion of green travel services.
With vehicle rental its major business, EVCARD has put more than 8,000 NEV cars to use in 23 cities in Beijing and the provinces of Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Sichuan and Hainan. EVCARD sees rental orders exceed 300,000 each month and, by 2020, will be joined by Global Car Sharing, which is expected to expand into 200 Chinese cities and put 300,000 NEVs on the roads.