TAI pointed out that if Thailand has the clear and firm government policy, B30 is possible

October 21, 2019
Thailand Automotive Institute (TAI) said that if Thailand had set the clear and firm energy policy for fuel and vehicle efficiency. Thailand can increase ratio of bio-diesel from B10 upto B30 by using B100 which produced with hydrogenated method but it will affect higher cost.

FTI lowers car output forecast to 2m

October 19, 2019
The Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) has lowered its outlook for the country's car production this year to 2 million vehicles from 2.15 million, blaming bearish sentiment for both local sales and exports.

Nissan closes plant in Indonesia, halts producing its brand

September 20, 2019
JAKARTA: Nissan Motor Co closed one of its two plants in Indonesia over six months ago and has stopped producing Nissan brand cars in the country, a source close to the automaker said.

Exhibition and Demonstration of Production Technology for Industry 4.0

September 19, 2019
On 19th September 2019, Thailand Automotive Institute (TAI) was invited by Mr.Wuttichai Pracharpon, Director of Industrial Promotion Centre Region 9 (DIP) to participate “The Exhibition and Demonstration of Production Technology for Industry 4.0” which was held at Industry Transformation Center (ITC), Industrial Promotion Centre Region 9, Chonburi to encourage small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and community enterprises to foresee the importance of technology as a new growth engine of national economic development persistently.

Toyota group opens plant for recycling car batteries

September 18, 2019
Toyota Motor Thailand has opened a battery life cycle management plant in Chachoengsao, the first overseas facility outside Japan, to circulate batteries of hybrid cars sold in Thailand. The new facility is a partnership with Toyota subsidiaries and affiliates, comprising Toyota Daihatsu Engineering & Manufacturing (TDEM), Toyota Motor Asia-Pacific, Toyota Tsusho Thailand, Denso Thailand and Siam Waste Management.

Thailand production slump threatens Japanese automakers

September 18, 2019
BANGKOK -- Thailand's automobile output shrank for four straight months through August, an industry group reported on Sept. 17, as a result of weakened domestic spending and downward pressure on exports that could spell trouble for Japanese automakers.
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