WUXI, China, Nov. 2, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- By the end of 2016, diesel engine producer FAWDE will have supplied Vietnamese auto manufacturers with 4,000-5,000 more units than it did in 2015, as the company continues its international expansion. FAWDE, which focuses mainly on diesel engines and spare parts for trucks and buses, has been increasing its exports to Vietnam and other ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) countries over the last several decades amid increased market demand and relaxing of local policy. FAWDE produces seven main engine types, known as the W, X, K, F, L, M and N series and maintains a constant stock inventory of 35,000 units. It has also created a network of service outlets across Vietnam by working with local auto manufacturers to significantly reduce its local service radius and repair time.It began accelerating its delivery and marketing operations in Vietnam in 2008, first establishing a Central Parts Warehouse in the capital Hanoi in 2012, which currently stocks over 500 kinds of common parts, including both those under warranty and special spares. Commenting on the company's growth to date, FAWDE chairman Hengrong Qian said, "As we have been paying increasing attention to overseas markets over the last two years, our office in Vietnam has also stepped up marketing efforts to build a market position where it performs well in the segments of trucks and buses and achieves full coverage of local auto manufacturers in Vietnam.