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2555VSK Rubber Co., Ltd. 35/322 Moo 2, Bangnamchuet, Mueang, Samutsakhon 74000, Thailand image
3M Thailand Ltd. 88 The Park Building, 14th Floor, Ratchadaphisek Road, Klongtoey Sub-district, Klongtoey District, Bangkok, Thailand image
3MT (Thailand) Co., Ltd. 22/51 Sukhapiban 2 Road, Prawet, Prawet, Bangkok 10250, Thailand image
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AA Fine Blanking Co., Ltd. 8/2 Moo 3, Nhongjok, Bangpakong, Chachoengsao 24130, Thailand image
AAPICO Amata Co., Ltd. 700/483 Amata Nakorn Industrial Estate Moo 2, Tambol Bankao Ampur Panthong, Chonburi 20160, Thailand image
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Jun 13, 2024

Announced on June 11, 2024, WHA Group has inked digital service agreements with 2 leading companies in EV industry, aiming to drive the growth of the EV ecosystem.

WHA has partnered with Voltality, an e-roaming platform that connects Charge point operators (CPOs) with e-Mobility Service Providers (EMSPs) to provide convenient access to EV charging points to over 1,600 charging points in Thailand. 

WHA Group also joined hands with Datakrew, an expert in real-time EV battery analytics and diagnostics using IoT and AI, for the development of WHA’s EV ecosystem platform. Featuring AI-based algorithms, this platform ensures efficient EV trip planning through real time EV data analysis, enabling WHA and its customers to perform proactive charging and maintenance.

(From WHA Group press release dated June 11, 2024

Jun 13, 2024

Announced on June 13, 2024, Isuzu launched a significantly upgraded MU-X in Thailand on June 12. The model will be subsequently launched in over 60 countries and regions around the world.

The MU-X 7-seater PPV is a variant of Isuzu’s 1-ton D-MAX pickup. This is its first major product upgrade since a full model change in 2020. The MU-X features a “Bold and Dynamic” exterior design with a top-of-the-line “RS” designation that emphasizes luxury and sportiness.

The current MU-X has been well received in various countries including Thailand, where it achieved a record market share of 34.6% in 2023, said Isuzu.

For the improvements, the MU-X’s front face, aluminum wheels, and lamps have been redesigned. Inside this PPV, its instrument panel, seats, and door trim have been redesigned to elevate the luxuriousness and functionality. Moreover, advanced safety features that utilize a next-generation stereo camera have been added.

The Isuzu MU-X RS (Thailand model) has overall dimensions of (LWH) 4,860x 1,885x 1,875 mm and a wheelbase of 2,855 mm. It is powered by a 4JJ3 2,999-cc diesel engine that makes 140 kW/3,600 rpm and 450 Nm max torque from 1,600-2,600 rpm, paired with a 6AT gearbox.

(From Isuzu press release on June 13, 2024)

Jun 12, 2024

Reported on June 12, 2024, the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) revealed that the decision of Subaru and Suzuki to close their car production plants in Thailand may not severely impact the local auto part industry due to their low production in recent years. However, it could affect the confidence of investors and hence deter future investment in the automotive industry.

According to FTI’s Auto Parts Club president, Suzuki has been struggling with sales in Thailand in the past years. Moreover, its monthly production of eco cars in Thailand dropped from around 8,000 units to less than 1,000 units.

The FTI is confident that other Japanese automakers will continue their production in Thailand as they export to overseas markets as well. A strong supply chain of auto parts and components as well as skilled labor are the kingdom’s key strengths, said the FTI.

(From an article of The Nation on June 12, 2024)