Chinese automaker Geely Holding Group from East China's Zhejiang province signed up as the official automobile services partner for the 19th Asian Games Hangzhou 2022 at a ceremony on April 13.
Geely, which owns Volvo and a stake in Daimler, has been at the forefront of the Chinese auto industry's digitalization efforts and connectivity drives.
With "smart" being one of the keywords of the 2022 Asian Games, HAGOC hopes to present a high-tech event to the world, according to Chen Weiqiang, Vice Mayor of Hangzhou.
An Conghui, President and CEO of Geely, said the 19th Asian Games marked a great opportunity to showcase China's strength and dynamism to the world and this partnership opened a new chapter in cooperation between Geely and HAGOC.
Over 300 media outlets from home and abroad attended the signing ceremony.