Weichai Power Company Limited
Type State-owned enterprise
Founded 2002
Headquarters Weifang, Shandong, China
Area served People's Republic of China
Key people Chairman: Tan Xuguang
Industry Car accessories
Products Diesel engines
Parent Weifang Diesel Engine Factory
Subsidiaries Weichai Deutz
Website Weichai Power Company Limited

Weichai Power Company Limited or Weichai Power with its subsidiary Weifang Diesel Engine Factory is the state-owned enterprise in Weifang, Shandong, China, specializing in the research and development, manufacturing and sales of diesel engines. The products are used in cars, heavy trucks, buses, agricultural machinery, vessels and power generators. It is the largest car accessories enterprise in China.

Weichai's H share was listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 2004[1] and its A share was listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange in 2006. [2] It is the first Hong Kong's H share to be listed on China's A share market.

Weichai was the subsidiary company of Sinotruk, but they split off and became competitors in 2006. They also involved a patent dispute on Weichai's diesel engine splitters used by Sinotruk.[3]

Weichai has a joint venture with Deutz AG of Germany, Weifang Weichai Deutz Diesel Engine Co, to produce commercial engines in Weifang.[4]


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