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Jan 23, 2023

On January 20, Daihatsu announced that it has formulated a new DX Vision House and DX Policy with the aim of achieving carbon neutrality by 2050 and responding flexibly and speedily to dramatic changes in the business environment, such as the rise of CASE and MaaS.
By actively leveraging digital tools, it will develop DX business personnel and accelerate work style reforms in order to provide new value to its customers.
Since 2020, the company has been promoting the use of AI human resource development in cultivating business experts, and based on this new DX Vision House, it will expand its efforts to include the use of BI tools, apps, and more to develop DX business personnel.
It aims to develop 1,000 of these DX business personnel by fiscal year 2025.
Furthermore, it plans to develop 50 internal developers, or Daihatsu Digital Innovators (DDI) by fiscal year 2025 to enable the company to speedily develop advanced apps such as those needed for future CASE, MaaS, and similar applications.

Daihatsu press release on January 20

Jan 23, 2023

On January 20, 2023, Daihatsu Motor Co., Ltd. announced it will suspend production at the Shiga (Ryuo) Plant 2nd District for one day on February 13 due to a shortage of parts supply.
Daihatsu produces the Rocky, Tanto, and other models at the 2nd District.
(Daihatsu press release on January 20, 2023)
Keyword: plant operating status

Dec 23, 2022

Reported on December 19, 2022, PT Astra Daihatsu Motor recorded sales growth of 29.7% in January – November 2022 with retail sales of 172,449 cars. With a market share of around 19.0%, Daihatsu ranked second in both wholesale sales and retail sales during the period, according to the Association of Indonesia Automotive Industries (Gaikindo). Daihatsu expected that these positive achievements would continue, along with the improvement of local automotive market.
In the first 11 months of 2022, retail sales of Daihatsu in Indonesia were still led by Daihatsu Sigra with 42,513 units, which contributed around 24.7%. Meanwhile, Dasihatsu Gran Max PU (Pick Up) reached 41,688 units (24.2%), followed by sales of Daihatsu Xenia (22,222 units) that contributed about 12.9%.
(From Gaikindo data and press release on December 19, 2022)