|Type||Public (Taiwan Stock Exchange: 2204)|
|Founded||June 13, 1969|
|Headquarters||11F, No.2 Tun Hwa South Road Section 2, Taipei, Taiwan|
|Area served||Asia, Middle East, Africa, Europe, Central America|
Vivian Shun-Wen Wu (Chairperson)|
Kenneth Yen (Vice Chairman)
Wen-Cheng Huang (President)
|Products||Automobiles, recreational vehicles, light commercial vehicles, trucks|
|Revenue (turnover)||NT$ 55,669.4 million|
|Net income||NT$ 5,397.8 million|
Originally they only produced commercial vehicles, but have since expanded operations, producing more than 100,000 vehicles per year. Currently they operate three manufacturing plants, in the cities of Yang-Mei, Hsin-Chu, and Yu-Shih.
The company has been listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange since March 1991, and has repeatedly been recognized for its remarkable growth. In 1993 it was awarded the National Quality Award of Taiwan and were ranked first place in J.D. Power Asia-Pacific's Sales Satisfaction Index in 2000 and 2001. They have also been awarded numerous accolades for exemplary working conditions in their manufacturing plants.
Since 1995, CMC has invested heavily in China's South East Motor Corporation, and have poised themselves to take advantage of China's economic growth.
13.97 percent of the company is owned by Mitsubishi, and all of their models are revamped Mitsubishi designs, adjusted to appeal for the Taiwanese market except for Freeca and Veryca, which are entirely CMC designs and not based on Mitsubishi models.
Since June 2007, CMC is participated in the Fujian Daimler joint venture, now known as Fujian Benz.
- Mitsubishi Freeca (1998–present)
- Mitsubishi Galant
- Mitsubishi Global Lancer
- Mitsubishi Grunder (2004–present)
- Mitsubishi Savrin (2001–present)
- Mitsubishi Space Gear
- Mitsubishi Varica
- Mitsubishi Veryca
- Mitsubishi Zinger (2005–present)
- Mitsubishi Virage
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