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AAPICO Hitech Public Co., Ltd. 99 Moo 1, Hitech Industrial Estate, Tambol Ban Lane, Amphur Bangpa-in, Ayutthaya 13160, Thailand Major Parts Suppliers image
P.C.S. Machine Group Holding PCL 2/1-9 Moo 3 Mittraphap Road, Kokkruad, Muang Nakhon Ratchasima District Nakhon Ratchasima 30280, Thailand Major Parts Suppliers image
Somboon Advance Technology Public Co., Ltd. 129 Moo 2, Bangna-Trad Road, Tambon Bangchalong, Amphur Bangplee, Samutprakarn 10540, Thailand Major Parts Suppliers image
Pongpara Codan Polymer Co., Ltd. 25/1 Moo Petkasem Rd., Omyai,Sampran, Nakornpathom 73160, 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
A.A.A. Manufacturing Co., Ltd. 8/1 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
AAPICO Forging Public Co., Ltd. 700/20 Moo 6 Tambol Nongmaidaeng Ampur, Mueng-Chonburi, Chonburi 20000, Thailand image
AAPICO Hitech Parts Co., Ltd. 99/2 Moo 1, Hitech Industrial Estate, Tambol Banlane, Ampur Bang Pa-in, Ayuthaya 13160, Thailand image
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Oct 25, 2021

Reported on October 22, 2021, the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) expects 2021 car production to surpass 1.6 million units targeted earlier, following the dropping COVID-19 cases and an easing of the chip shortage situation. Though car production in September declined 6.4% YoY, production prospects are still expected to get better.
According to FTI, the state lockdown easing encouraged people to purchase new cars and not to delay plans to receive cars at showrooms. The government will also reopen the tourism industry, allowing fully vaccinated tourists from low-risk countries to enter Thailand without quarantine from November 1, leading to more lively business atmosphere.
The FTI is also positive about car production as semiconductor makers are supplying more chips to car companies in Thailand. Yet, the automotive club said it would continue to keep monitoring the pandemic situation and a potential global chip shortage, as unexpected events may occur.
(From FTI Announcement and an article of Bangkok Post on October 22, 2021)

Oct 21, 2021

On October 21, 2021, Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) announced that motorcycle production in September 2021 totaled 154,877 units (110,017 CBUs and 44,860 CKDs), decreased from September 2020 by 23.9%. Motorcycle production in the first 9 months of 2021 reached 1,667,645 units (1,279,494 CBUs and 388,151 CKDs), up 19.6% YoY.
Motorcycle exports in September were at 69,179 units, up 20.4% from September 2020. Exports in the first 9 months of 2021 reached 720,341 motorcycles, up 40.5% YoY.
Domestic sales were recorded at 109,879 motorcycles, down 17.7% comparing September 2020. Motorcycle sales in the first 9 months of 2021 reached 1,202,205 units, up 4.9% YoY.

Oct 21, 2021

On October 21, 2021, Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) announced that vehicle production in September 2021 reached 140,038 units, down 6.4% from September 2020 but increased 34.5% MoM as local carmakers were able to import more chips and other auto parts from trading partner countries following their COVID-19 lockdown relaxations. Vehicle production in the first 9 months of 2021 reached 1,211,946 units, up 25.9% from the same period in 2020.
Vehicle exports in September 2021 were at 73,831 units, jumped 15.5% YoY and 23.9% MoM. Car exports increased in almost all countries which are Thailand trading partners, except in Asia and North America markets. Export value of Thailand-made engine and other auto parts in September also increased YoY. Vehicle exports in the first 9 months of 2021 reached 677,481 units, up 29.9% from the same period in 2020.
September domestic car sales declined 19.1% YoY to 56,871 units but surged 34.8% MoM following the announced lockdown relaxation from September 1. More people visited car showrooms and made new car orders, while financial institutions became less strict in auto loan approval process. With semiconductors and other auto parts available, production of car models for domestic sales also increased. Vehicle sales in the first 9 months of 2021 reached 531,931 units, down 0.5% YoY.