On June 14, the Shenshan BYD Automobile Industrial Park announced that the second phase of the vehicle production project had been launched, achieving a daily output of 750 vehicles. In March this year, China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology approved BYD's relocation and expansion of its Shenzhen new energy passenger vehicle factory to the Shenzhen-Shantou Special Cooperation Zone.

BYD quickly organised the capacity relocation and, with the coordinated efforts of many parties, swiftly completed the production target for the second phase of the Shenshan BYD Automotive Industrial Park, which marked an important milestone.

With a total investment of RMB 25 billion, the first and second phases of BYD Auto Park in Shenshan will have an annual output value of more than RMB 210 billion and create more than 54,000 job opportunities when fully operational. Phase I focuses on the development of new energy automotive parts and components industry, with 16 factories already in full production in December last year. As a production base for new energy vehicles, Phase II is a strategic hub for BYD's capacity expansion in South China.

Notably, with the help of Xiaomo International Logistics Port, the Shenshan BYD Automotive Industry Park stands as BYD's sole production base in China integrating factory and port operations for synergistic development.

As new energy vehicles roll off the production line from the Shenshan BYD Automotive Industrial Park, it takes only a five-minute drive to reach Xiaomo Port, highlighting the park's strategic advantage in integrating logistics and production.