Thursday, April 12, 2012

Volkswagen Indonesia

Snagging issues to a high standard, Volkswagen AG plans to assemble cars inIndonesia may not be realized within the next 5 years. Because, until now VW has not been able to determine the local component suppliers because the standards have been hampered by it determines.

Until now there has not been approved due to concerns of quality, Andrew beber Nasuri, Chief Executive Officer of PT Garuda Mataram Motors (GMM), at the Hotel Grand Kemang, South Jakarta.Explained, VW still see Indonesia as a country with great potential in the ASEAN region . However, the local components industry must also be able to make high-quality components.

The main and most difficult issue is filled with local content levels. Currently, there are no German principals who use local suppliers for their passenger vehicles. Last year, VW said it plans to establish a new assembly plant in Indonesia with a total investment of 140 million U.S. dollars or equivalent to Rp 1.26 trillion, with a production capacity of 50,000 units per year. However, until now these plans have not materialized yet.

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