Thailand - Flash report, Production volume, 2019

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Flash report, May 2019

14 Jun. 2019

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


May vehicle sales in Thailand up 3.7%, May production down 6.1%
According to MarkLines Data Center, May vehicle sales in Thailand increased 3.7% year on year to 88,097 units. January - May sales were up 9.1% to 437,722 units.
By brand sales in May, Toyota was up 10.2% to 29,337 units. Isuzu was up 9.2% to 15,651 units and Honda was up 7.7% to 11,224 units. Mitsubishi sales were up 6.2% to 7,308 units, and Nissan sales were down 1.0% to 5,385 units.
By body type, passenger cars were up 1.3% year over year to 33,580 units. Commercial vehicle sales were up 5.2% to 54,517 units. Pickup sales included in the commercial vehicle sales were up 8.9% to 44,102 units.
The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) announced that new vehicle production in May was 181,338 units, a 6.1% decline year over year. January - May production was up 2.9% to 893,067 units.
Vehicle exports in May were down 3.6% to 95,331 units on a contraction of shipments to Oceania, Central/South America and Africa. The export value was THB 48.6 billion, down 6.2% year on year.
Vehicle exports from January to May were down 0.9% to 462,286 units.

Thailand - Production and Sales of new vehicles
May
2019
Growth
Y-o-Y (%)
Jan.-May
2019
Growth
YTD (%)
Production 181,338 -6.1% 893,067 2.9%
Domestic Sales 88,097 3.7% 437,722 9.1%
Export (CBU) 95,331 -3.6% 462,286 -0.9%
Source: FTI (Federation of Thai Industries), Toyota Motor Thailand Co., Ltd. (TMT), various media reports



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Flash report, April 2019

24 May 2019

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


April vehicle sales in Thailand up 8.7%, April production up 11.5%
According to MarkLines Data Center, April vehicle sales in Thailand increased 8.7% year on year to 86,076 units. January - April sales were up 10.5% to 349,625 units.
By brand sales in April, Toyota was up 15.9% to 26,918 units. Isuzu was up 4.2% to 15,389 units and Honda was up 8.6% to 11,329 units. Mitsubishi sales were up 5.0% to 6,669 units, and Mazda sales were up 38.0% to 6,099 units.
By body type, passenger cars were up 16.9% year over year to 34,931 units. Commercial vehicle sales were up 3.7% to 51,145 units. Pickup sales included in the commercial vehicle sales were up 7.2% to 41,233 units.
The sales growth in April was largely due to the introduction of new models at the Bangkok International Motor Show 2019 (ended on April 7), stronger economic growth, higher state and private investment as well as farm prices.
The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) announced that new vehicle production in April was 150,242 units, a 11.5% increase year over year. January - April production was up 5.5% to 711,729 units.
Vehicle exports in April were down 7.5% to 67,114 units, the lowest in 24 months. The export value was THB 35.5 billion, down 3.0% year on year. Vehicle exports from January to April were down 0.2% to 366,955 units.

Thailand - Production and Sales of new vehicles
Apr.
2019
Growth
Y-o-Y (%)
Jan.-Apr.
2019
Growth
YTD (%)
Production 150,242 11.5% 711,729 5.5%
Domestic Sales 86,076 8.7% 349,625 10.5%
Export (CBU) 67,114 -7.5% 366,955 -0.2%
Source: FTI (Federation of Thai Industries), Toyota Motor Thailand Co., Ltd. (TMT), various media reports




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Flash report, March 2019

24 Apr. 2019

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


March vehicle sales in Thailand up 8.5%, March production up 1.8%
According to MarkLines Data Center, March vehicle sales in Thailand increased 8.5% year on year to 103,164 units. January - March sales were up 11.2% to 263,549 units.
By brand sales in March, Toyota was up 27.1% to 33,899 units. Isuzu was down 7.4% to 17,423 units and Honda was up 8.0% to 11,017 units. Mitsubishi sales were up 25.4% to 10,042 units, and Nissan sales were up 11.3% to 7,645 units.
By body type, passenger cars were up 15.2% year over year to 40,061 units. Commercial vehicle sales were up 4.6% to 63,103 units. Pickup sales included in the commercial vehicle sales were up 7.9% to 52,080 units.
The sales growth in March was largely due to the Bangkok Motor Show with over 37,000 bookings, the stronger economic growth, higher state and private investment as well as farm prices.
The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) announced that new vehicle production in March recorded the highest volume in 18 months at 198,821 units, a 1.8% increase year over year. January - March production was up 4.0% to 561,487 units.
Vehicle exports in March were up 6.1% to 117,708 units, recording the highest level in 68 months. The export value was THB 59.8 billion, up 1.5% year on year. Vehicle exports from January to March were up 1.6% to 299,841 units.

Thailand - Production and Sales of new vehicles
Mar.
2019
Growth
Y-o-Y (%)
Jan.-Mar.
2019
Growth
YTD (%)
Production 198,821 1.8% 561,487 4.0%
Domestic Sales 103,164 8.5% 263,549 11.2%
Export (CBU) 117,708 6.1% 299,841 1.6%
Source: FTI (Federation of Thai Industries), Toyota Motor Thailand Co., Ltd. (TMT), various media reports



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Flash report, February 2019

25 Mar. 2019

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


February vehicle sales in Thailand up 9.1%, February production up 2.7%
According to MarkLines Data Center, February vehicle sales in Thailand increased 9.1% year on year to 82,324 units. January - February sales were up 12.9% to 160,385 units.
By brand sales in February, Toyota was up 25.5% to 25,517 units. Isuzu was up 11.5% to 14,795 units and Honda was up 6.2% to 9,697 units. Mitsubishi sales were up 3.9% to 7,074 units, and Nissan sales were up 13.1% to 5,998 units.
By body type, passenger cars were up 9.2% year over year to 32,338 units. Commercial vehicle sales were up 9.0% to 49,986 units. Pickup sales included in the commercial vehicle sales were up 10.1% to 40,951 units.
The sales growth in February was largely due to the stronger economic growth, higher state and private investment as well as farm prices.
The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) announced that new vehicle production in February was 183,071 units, a 2.7% increase year over year. January - February production was up 5.3% to 362,666 units.
Vehicle exports in February were down 1.6% to 100,550 units, valued at THB 49.1 billion, down 6.2% year on year. Vehicle exports from January to February were down 1.2% to 182,133 units.

Thailand - Production and Sales of new vehicles
Feb.
2019
Growth
Y-o-Y (%)
Jan.-Feb.
2019
Growth
YTD (%)
Production 183,071 2.7% 362,666 5.3%
Domestic Sales 82,324 9.1% 160,385 12.9%
Export (CBU) 100,550 -1.6% 182,133 -1.2%
Source: FTI (Federation of Thai Industries), Toyota Motor Thailand Co., Ltd. (TMT), various media reports



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Flash report, January 2019

25 Feb. 2019

*There are cases where recently released data and detailed information in the database do not match up for reasons including different information sources, and discrepancies between preliminary reports and confirmed data.


January vehicle sales in Thailand up 17.3%, January production up 8.1%
According to MarkLines Data Center, January vehicle sales in Thailand increased 17.3% year on year to 78,061 units.
By brand sales in January, Toyota was up 56.3% to 26,715 units. Isuzu was up 3.9% to 12,704 units and Honda was up 2.0% to 9,290 units. Mitsubishi sales were up 17.0% to 6,875 units, and Nissan sales were up 10.9% to 5,315 units.
By body type, passenger cars were up 17.4% year over year to 30,221 units. Commercial vehicle sales were up 17.3% to 47,840 units. Pickup sales included in the commercial vehicle sales were up 21.0% to 39,674 units.
The sales growth in January was largely due to the new model introductions and stronger economic growth.
The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) announced that new vehicle production in January was 179,595 units, up 8.1% year over year.
Vehicle exports in January were down 0.6% to 81,583 units, valued at THB 40.8 billion, down 2.85% year on year.

Thailand - Production and Sales of new vehicles

Jan. 2019 Growth
Y-o-Y (%)
Production 179,595 8.1%
Domestic Sales 78,061 17.4%
Export (CBU) 81,583 -0.6%

Source: FTI (Federation of Thai Industries), various media reports




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