Guangxi Yuchai Machinery Group Co., Ltd.
- The Company is a state-owned diesel engine manufacturer established in 1951.
- The Company manufactures diesel engines and their components for use in automobiles and industrial machinery.
- The Company has a number of subsidiaries including Guangxi Yuchai Machinery Co., Ltd., which is the core company of the Group.
- China Yuchai International Limited has been listed on the New York Stock Market since 1994.
Automotive diesel engines
<4-cylinder diesel engines>
<6-cylinder diesel engines>
<Low-emission CNG/LNG Engines> (Natural gas engines)
-Flywheel Ring Gears
-Engine Bearing Caps
-Water-cooling Exhaust Tubes
-Air Chamber Brackets
-Diesel engine gears
|1951||The Company established Yulin Quantang Industrial Plant.|
|1992||The Company adopted a new name, Yuchai Machinery (Guangxi) Group Co., Ltd., and established a new subsidiary, Guangxi Yuchai Machinery Co., Ltd.|
|Feb. 1993||The five largest shareholders of the Company jointly established China Yuchai International Limited in Singapore, which became the top shareholder of Guangxi Yuchai Machinery Co., Ltd.|
|Dec. 1994||China Yuchai International Limited was listed on the New York Stock Exchange.|
|Jul. 2007||The Company established Guangxi Yuchai Engineering Research Institute to conduct research and development activities for diesel engines.|
|Aug. 2009||The Company established Yuchai United Power, jointly with China International Marine Containers (Group) Ltd. (CIMC) and Chery Automobile.|
|Mar. 2011||The Company established CSR Yuchai Nanjun Engine Co., Ltd. jointly with China South Locomotive & Rolling Stock Corporation Limited (CSR) and Sichuan Nanjun Automobile Group Co., Ltd.|
|Jun. 2013||The Company established Baotou Beiben Yuchai Engine Co., Ltd. in Baotou, Inner Mongolia jointly with Baotou Beifang Chuangye Co., Ltd., Beiben Trucks Group Co., Ltd., and Y&C Engine Co., Ltd.|
|Sep. 2014||The Company turned Yuchai Rebuilt Industry (Suzhou) Co., Ltd. into its wholly owned subsidiary by acquiring the remaining 49 percent share owned by Caterpillar (China), its former joint venture partner.|