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It is a list of domestic and overseas bases of Hino Motors. Please select the area you want to see.

China

GAC HINO MOTORS CO.,LTD.

Established 2007.11
Investment ratio Affiliated companies
Main business activities Production and sales of trucks

Hino Motors (China) Co., Ltd.

Established 2008.2
Investment ratio Subsidiaries
Main business activities Sales of trucks and engines

Shanghai Hino Engine Co., Ltd.

Established 2003.10
Investment ratio Subsidiaries
Main business activities Production and sales of Hino engines

India

Hino Motors Sales India Private Limited

Established 2007.10
Investment ratio Subsidiaries
Main business activities Sales of Hino trucks and buses

Indonesia

PT. Hino Motors Sales Indonesia

Established 2003.4
Investment ratio Subsidiaries
Main business activities Sales of Hino trucks and buses

PT. Hino Motors Manufacturing Indonesia

Established 1982.12
Investment ratio Subsidiaries
Main business activities Production of Hino trucks and buses

Malaysia

Hino Motors Sales (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.

Established 1989.10
Investment ratio Subsidiaries
Main business activities Sales of Hino trucks and buses

Hino Motors Manufacturing (Malaysia) Sdn. Bhd.

Established 2012.10
Investment ratio Subsidiaries
Main business activities Production of Hino trucks and buses

Philippines

Hino Motors Philippines Corporation

Established 1975.3
Investment ratio Subsidiaries
Main business activities Production and sales of Hino trucks and buses

Thailand

Hino Motors Sales (Thailand) Ltd.

Established 1962.5
Investment ratio Subsidiaries
Main business activities Sales of Hino trucks and buses

Hino Motors Manufacturing (Thailand) Ltd.

Established 2003.6
Investment ratio Subsidiaries
Main business activities Production of Hino trucks and buses

Viet Nam

Hino Motors Vietnam, Ltd.

Established 1996.6
Investment ratio Subsidiaries
Main business activities Production and sales of Hino trucks

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HINO TOPICS

Isuzu, Hino, Toyota to Accelerate CASE Response

News 2021.3.24

Isuzu, Hino, Toyota to Accelerate CASE Response

Tokyo, Japan, March 24, 2021--Isuzu Motors Limited, (Isuzu), Hino Motors, Ltd. (Hino), and Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) announced today that they have agreed on a new partnership in commercial vehicles. The three companies intend to combine Toyota's CASE technologies with the commercial vehicle foundations cultivated by Isuzu and Hino. Through this collaboration, they aim to accelerate societal implementation and dissemination of CASE technologies and services and to help address various difficulties facing the transportation industry as well as help achieve a carbon-neutral society.

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Hino USA Announces "Project Z" - Paving the Path to Zero Emissions

Products & Technology 2020.10.6

Hino USA Announces "Project Z" - Paving the Path to Zero Emissions

Long Beach, CA - Hino USA announced, Project Z, the company's development path to Zero emissions vehicles, ranging from class 4 to class 8.

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TRATON and Hino start E-Mobility Joint Venture

News 2020.10.28

TRATON and Hino start E-Mobility Joint Venture

TRATON SE (TRATON) and Hino Motors, Ltd. (Hino) have signed a joint venture agreement for e-mobility in order to plan and provide e-mobility products that will be based on the two companies' strategic partnership to offer customers the highest value.

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Heavy-Duty Fuel Cell Electric Truck Verification Tests to Start in Spring 2022

Products & Technology 2020.10.13

Heavy-Duty Fuel Cell Electric Truck Verification Tests to Start in Spring 2022

Asahi Group Holdings, Ltd. , Seino Transportation Co., Ltd., NEXT Logistics Japan Co., Ltd., Yamato Transport Co., Ltd., Toyota Motor Corporation, and Hino Motors, Ltd. have agreed to conduct on-the-road trials of heavy-duty fuel cell electric trucks (heavy-duty FCETs) starting in spring of 2022, accelerating the early commercial application of heavy-duty FCETs and contributing to the development of a sustainable society. This may be achieved, at least in part, by reducing CO₂ emissions from heavy-duty FCETs, which account for approximately 70 percent of all CO₂ emissions from commercial vehicles in Japan. Toyota and Hino are jointly developing heavy-duty FCETs, and Asahi Group, NLJ, Seino Transportation, Yamato Transport, and Toyota will perform the road trials in their logistics operations.

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