Toyota Indonesia Exports Up in First Half

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – PT Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia (TMMIN) exported 139,581 units of completely built up vehicles. From January to June, Toyota’s exports rose 2.6 percent year-on-year to 136,045 units.

The first half’s export volume accounted for 56.2 percent of the total CBU exports in Gaikindo’s data. This figure includes Toyota’s hybrid vehicles, the Kijang Innova Zenix and Yaris Cross, which recorded a total production volume of than 30,500 units for domestic and international markets.

“Going forward, we seek to play a role in the Indonesian government’s decarbonization target by reaching more consumers with various needs for their respective vehicle choices,” TMMIN vice president director Bob Azam said in a press release Tempo received on Monday, July 31.

Since 1987, Toyota has shipped 2.5 million vehicles to more than 100 countries. TMMIN’s factories assembling capacity is 250,000 per unit, the vehicles exported to major markets such as the Middle East, Africa, South Asia, Southeast Asia, East Asia, Latin America, Oceania and Australia.

“We will also expand to more destination countries, to export of products made by Indonesian workers, especially to the increasingly developing African region,” Bob said.

DICKY KURNIAWAN

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