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Ministry of Industry & 12 car makers ready to upgrade new cars to Euro 5 standard by 2021

March 11, 2019
The Ministry of Industry and 12 car makers had signed the Letters of Intent to raise the Euro 5 standard for all cars by 2021, reducing emissions by 80 percent and preparing to upgrade to Euro 6 standard by 2022, hoping to solve the problem sustainably in the long term.

Thai Industrial Standards Institute (TISI) visited TAI

March 7, 2019
Mr. Adisak Rohitasune, Acting President, Thailand Automotive Institute (TAI), gave a warm welcome to Mr. Wanchai Phanomchai, Secretary-General of Thai Industrial Standards Institute (TISI) and TISI Executives who visited TAI to discuss about collaboration between TAI and Institutions Network of the Ministry of Industry in order to integrate the work to support the role of network institutions in accordance.

Thai Industrial Standards Institute (TISI), Ministry of Industry and Thailand Automotive Institute (TAI) in a collaboration with TÜV SÜD Thailand Limited (TST)

Febuary 25, 2019
Thai Industrial Standards Institute (TISI), Ministry of Industry and Thailand Automotive Institute (TAI) in a collaboration with TÜV SÜD Thailand Limited (TST) for ASEAN 1st Electric Vehicle Battery Testing Center.

Auto output up 8% in January

Febuary 21, 2019
The FTI's automotive industry club said pickup truck output for export last month stood at 66,292 units, up by 9.61%, while production for the local market rose by 15.44% to 78,553 units in January.

OIE promises Euro 5 compliance by 2021

January 31, 2019
The Office of Industrial Economics (OIE) has ordered car manufacturers and distributors to comply with the Euro 5 standard on all Thai-made and imported vehicles sold locally by 2021, while hybrid and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (EVs) must also comply with Euro 6.

Thai auto production tops 2m, first time in 5 years

January 26, 2019
Thailand produced more than 2 million automobiles last year, surpassing that mark for the first time since 2013 thanks to a rebound in domestic demand.
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