Taiwan - today is not just an island with one of the most developed economies of the world and the birthplace of KYMCO, it is a global innovation and business-oriented center of the world. We will give just one example: out of more than 2 million tourists visiting Taiwan every year, 99% are businessmen. The history of KYMCO (Kwang Yang Motor Co Ltd) began in 1963, right here, in Taiwan. Originally it was an assembly plant of the Japanese Honda. The company produced bicycles and motorcycles.
Since then, more than 50 years have passed. During this time, KYMCO has become one of the largest manufacturers of motorcycles in the world, entered the TOP 10 and continues its ascent. Planck in 1 million produced motorcycles was overcome in 1983. In 1996, the level of 5 million units of the released equipment was overcome. Now the quantity has exceeded 10 million units.
Today, the product range includes a wide range of motorcycles of its own design and production: scooters and maxi-scooters with engine capacity from 50 to 700 cm3, light motorcycles with engine capacity from 125 to 250 cm3, a wide range of utilitarian and sports ATVs and ATVs (UTV) with engine sizes from 50 to 700 cm3, as well as a number of other motorcycles, engines, generators, batteries.
Currently, the company's factories and research and development centers are located in 6 countries of the world. High quality production confirmed European certificates (ISO9001 and ISO 14001), as well as warranty
Obligations in the form of a two-year unlimited mileage warranty, which covers the territory of the CIS countries KYMCO products are successfully sold in more than 80 countries of the world: in Western and Eastern Europe, the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, many countries in Asia and Africa. Significant success of the company brought sales in Europe, reaching 1,000 units of scooters per month in France and Italy, securing first place in three different quad segments of the market in Spain. KYMCO models are in service in the Israeli army and in the police service of some German cities.