The first trucks on the road in China and India will be in India on December 16, according to the Chinese Government.
The first deliveries will occur in India and in the country of UAE in March 2019.
The delivery of the trucks to India will take place from December 14 to December 16 in the northern province of Yunnan, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said.
The first delivery of trucks to the UAE will be on January 6, 2019, according the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The UAE is a key player in the global trucking sector, which accounts for about a fifth of the global market.
The UAE is one of the top 10 buyers of Chinese goods, the UAE-China Economic Cooperation Council said in a statement.
The government in China has been pushing for its trucks to be made in the US, said Anshul Patel, a research fellow at the Peterson Institute for International Economics.
The trucks will also serve as “proof of concept” for the UAE, according Mr. Patel.
The ministry will also conduct a pilot project for a Chinese-made truck in China.
The Chinese government hopes that the trucks will become the basis for a joint Chinese-UAE trucking initiative.
The company in question is the Hubei Auto Parts Company, which makes components for trucks, light industrial vehicles and motorcycles.
It has a factory in Dubai and a logistics hub in Shanghai.
The company also manufactures the U.S.-made Hummer H1, the company said.
India is the biggest market for Hubeicorp.
The country is also a key destination for HUBeicorp, which was founded in India in 1986.
The firm has a manufacturing base in Dubai.
The U.K.-based company has an office in Dubai, and has two factories in India.
The Indian company, Bharat Forge Industries Ltd., also has a plant in Dubai; the United States has a facility in Mumbai.