European Association of Automotive Suppliers

Even as the Indonesian automobile market has grown rapidly after the Asian Crisis Holden did not return, as GMH’s export manager Bob Branson decreed the end of exports to countries with annual sales of less than 500 cars in 2001. Vehicle production began in September 1974 at the PT Multi-Astra manufacturing subsidiary. Toyota Indonesia’s most famous product is the Kijang series of light trucks and vans. The Kijang, developed from the Philippine market Tamaraw Revo of 1976, has spawned an entire range of vehicles and is now built in a number of Asian countries including India.

  • In 1998, a new distributor company called PT Garuda Mataram Motor was founded as a joint venture between Volkswagen Group and Indomobil Group.
  • Recycling battery materials is vital to the electric-vehicle future, but the way forward faces a host of hurdles.
  • Connectors, cable assemblies, sensors, and application specific connectivity