The World Cup showcase in Qatar has drawn more football supporters to the outdoor venues in Southern China, hence boosting income generation.
For instance, infrastructure projects, sponsors, and also products have simply clinched in the market by winning praise from appreciative fans and potential customers.
Although failing to qualify for the FIFA World Cup finals which are underway in Qatar, China is generating a huge contribution to the substantial Global Sporting event.
Sales Manager Luo Yang in recent days has an overseas business unit of Higher Bus Company; a Bus and Truck manufacturer based in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, has put an overview on the 1,815 Buses the company delivered to Qatar last year.
The delivered Vehicles operate shuttle services for the thousands of officials, journalists, and fans from different countries during the World Cup matches, which are being staged from November 20 to December 18.
Giving a statement, Luo Yang China’s Sales Manager said that after the FIFA World Cup, the Buses will be used to take children to and from school adding those child monitoring systems installed in the vehicles sound an alert when a Bus arrives at its destination.
In Qatar, a range of Chinese products such as clothing, Shoes, horns, key rings, and flags, from Zhejiang, Yiwu, and Fujian, Jinjiang Province, as well as Fireworks from Hunan, Liuyang, Province is available at the tournament.
Market observers further said that the abundance of the earlier-mentioned products is due cause to green transformation, China’s industrial upgrading boom, and well-developed supply chains.
On the other hand, the China International Marine Containers Group, based in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, was highly rated responsible for building Stadium 974 in the Republic of Qatar, which was assembled from 974 containers and can be easily dismantled.
Also, air conditioners for One hundred security check centers at the tournament strategic points were greatly provided by China’s Midea Group, and the Communication facilities at the football Stadiums and the network equipment for the joint command and control center were inclusively made in China.
A professor of Sports Economics Xiao Shuhong at Beijing Sport University said in a statement that China’s contribution to the World Cup reflects the Chinese market’s growing at a significant momentum to the Global Economy.
At Lusail Stadium Northern of Doha, Unilumin Group, a High-Definition Screen Manufacturer where Headquarters is located in Shenzhen, significantly installed two 70-Square-Meter Light-Emitting Diodes, or LED, Scoreboard Screens. The 190-square-meters stadium, which has a capacity of 80,000, is due to host the FIFA World Cup final on December 18.