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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 2/1-4 Moo 3 Kok-grod, Muang Nakorn-Rajsima 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
3M Thailand Ltd. Ladkrabang Industrial Estate, 236 Moo 4, Chalongkrung Rd., Lumplatiew, Ladkrabang, Bangkok 10520, 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
AAPICO ITS Co., Ltd. 99 Moo 1, Hitech Industrial Estate Rd., Ban Len, Bang Pa-in, Phranakhon Sri Ayutthaya 13160 Thailand image
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Apr 19, 2019

On April 8, 2019, the auto show organizer, Grand Prix International Plc (GPI) reported total car orders placed for 37,769 units during the 14-day 40th Bangkok International Motor Show, up 3.3% year on year. SUV represented 30% of the total car orders while the other segments were sedans, hatchbacks and double-cab pickups.
GPI said Toyota saw the highest car orders with 6,110 units, followed by Mazda with 5,211 orders while Honda was ranked third with 4,910 cars. Mitsubishi and Isuzu were fourth and fifth with 3,019 and 2,715 orders respectively. In the luxury car segment, orders were placed for 5,055 cars, led by 2,405 units of Mercedes-Benz and BMW’s 1,569 vehicles.
For the two newcomers manufacturing BEVs, Mine Mobility posted 4,500 orders (1,000 units at the auto show and 3,500 cars from a taxi fleet contract), while FOMM saw 1,666 orders at the auto show.
The number of visitors is 1.6 million, slightly down from 1.62 million recorded in 2018.
(From Bangkok Motor Show press release and an article of Bangkok Post on April 8, 2019)

Apr 19, 2019

Reported on April 12, 2019, Mazda Sales Thailand is reluctant to upgrade its locally made pickups to be either B10- and B20-compatible, which would trigger an excise tax reduction and mean cheaper biodiesel fuel prices for drivers, both government schemes.
Mazda plans to spend roughly six months to study biodiesel B10 and B20 compatibility, mentioning that adjusting its pickup models for B10 and B20 immediately is not possible, even though the excise tax discount of 0.5-2% is already effective.
Mazda Sales Thailand said its parent firm has to acknowledge the latest biodiesel policy before making a decision on the next step.
The company also said its pickup model, BT-50 Pro which is compatible with B7, is close to the end of the model's life cycle.

(From an article of Bangkok Post on April 12, 2019)

Apr 19, 2019

Reported on April 12, 2019, Mazda Sales Thailand has announced record-breaking performance for FY2018 with total sales of 70,468 vehicles, equivalent to a 25% growth from 56,379 units recorded in FY2017.
According to the company, the 25% growth rate is the highest for Mazda worldwide for the second straight year.
Mazda now has a market share of 6.6% in Thailand, which is the second-highest for the brand in the world, and the kingdom is also the sixth-largest market for Mazda globally.
The company targets local sales of 75,000 vehicles in 2019.

(From an article of The Nation on April 12, 2019)