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PT. Astra Otoparts Tbk Jl. Raya Pegangsaan Dua Km. 2,2, Kelapa Gading - Jakarta 14250, Indonesia Major Parts Suppliers image
P.T. Aisan Nasmoco Industri East Jakarta Industrial Park Plot 9L, Cikarang Selatan, Bekasi 17550, West Java, Indonesia (New Plant : East Jakarta Industrial Park Plot 7E, Cikarang Selatan, Bekasi 17550, West Java, Indonesia) image
P.T. Aisan Nasmoco Industri - Plant II East Jakarta Industrial Park Plot 7E, Cikarang Selatan Bekasi 17550, West Java, Indonesia image
P.T. Aisin Indonesia EJIP industrial Park, Plot 5-J, Lemah Abang Bekasi 17550, Jawa Barat, Indonesia image
Astro Plastic Teknia, PT Jl Raya Serang Km 18,8 Kawasan Industri Kencana Alam Kav 23-C, 15710, tangerang, Indonesia image
Auto Diesel Radiators Co CV No. 1 Jalan Pluit Raya 1, Pluit, 14440, North Jakarta, DKI Jakarta, Indonesia image
Badan Usaha Showpla Indo, PT Jl.sulawesi Kawasan Mm 2100 Blok I No.3-4, Bekasi, Jawa BaratBekasi, Provinsi Jawa Barat, Indonesia image
Berdikari Metal & Engineering, PT Jl Industri III, No.6 Cimahi Kab. Bandung, West Java, Indonesia image
Bintang Mas, CV Jl Pematang Siantar Km.5, Tebing Tinggi, North Sumatera, Indonesia image
Bintang Masindo Spring Industri, PT Jl Jend Gatot Subroto Raya Km 3 29, Cibodassari, Cibodas, Tangerang, 15138, Indonesia image
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Apr 19, 2019

On April 10, 2019, PT Honda Prospect Motor (HPM) began exporting the all-new Honda Brio from the port of Tanjung Priok in Jakarta to Philippines, which became the first destination country for the export of the all-new Honda Brio produced at the HPM factory in Karawang, West Java.
According to PT Indonesia Vehicle Terminal Tbk (IPCC), the only motorized terminal operator in Indonesia, IPCC released the first export of 150 units of the all-new Honda Brio to the Philippines on April 10, 2019.
(From Gaikindo press release on April 10, 2019)

Apr 17, 2019

Indonesian automobile manufacturers association (Gaikindo) and other sources reported that Indonesian vehicle sales in March 2019 were 90,189 units, down 11.4% year over year.
January - March sales were down 13.1% to 253,863 units.
By automaker sales in March, Toyota was down 8.6% y/y to 28,725 units and Daihatsu was up 14.4% to 19,625 units. Mitsubishi was down 5.8% to 13,164 units. Honda was down 24.5% to 8,144 units as well. Suzuki was down 35.3% to 6,291 units.
Gaikindo is still optimistic that the vehicle sales target of 1.1 million units in 2019 can be achievded.

Apr 12, 2019

Infineon Technologies, German supplier who is a big player in the field of radar sensors and microcontrollers used in the driver's assistance system, showed interest in developing a business in the field of advanced technology-based automotive industry in Indonesia. The company currently has a factory in Batam, Indonesia, focusing on assembling and testing semiconductors for automotive applications. The company said more products from its Indonesia plant are exported for global distribution than used in Indonesia, mentioning that not many electronic productions for the automotive sector has occurred. Infineon Technologies believes the automotive industry can be more developed in Indonesia, especially with the existence of trade agreements between Indonesia and the European Union (EU) which are still in the negotiation stage. The company also hopes that Indonesia government will improve regulations in the electronics sector because unclear issues of intellectual property rights can prevent companies from engaging in creative and higher value activities such as the design and development of electronic components. (From a press release on April 12, 2019)