The government is feeling pressure from the Chinese state-owned R11bn Beijing Automotive Industry Holding Company (BAIC) vehicle plant being built in the Coega special economic zone near Port Elizabeth...
Home to two original equipment manufacturers (OEM) namely: First Automotive Works (FAW) and Beijing Automotive Industry Holding Co (BAIC) both from China having invested R1bn and R11bn in 2012 and 2016 respectively.
Served by the Deepwater Port of Ngqura and Port Elizabeth Harbour with full linkages to Africa, Asia Pacific, North and South America and the EU.
Home to over 40 companies in the automotive, logistics, od processing, chemical, metals and service sectors.
Within a 30km radius from Isuzu (OEM), Volkswagen (OEM), and Ford (OEM) – all producing for the domestic and export markets.
Within a 30km radius from at least 150 component manufacturers ranging from leather, plastic, and vinyl to engines, pressed metal parts, seats and seat systems, and much more.
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