Perodua to boost investment, sales

Perodua’s bestseller, the Myvi

Malaysia’s second largest car maker, Perodua, has said it plans $770 million of investments over the coming four years to increase manufacturing efficiency, build more showrooms and after-sales service centers.

The investment includes a second car plant to boost production by 50 per cent, the company said at a press conference in Kuala Lumpur on January 15.

Perodua, or Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Sdn Bhd, sold over 189,000 vehicles in 2012, its highest ever sales record, accounting for an estimated market share in Malaysia of 30.2 per cent. It is focusing on low-priced compact cars of which the Myvi, based on the second generation Daihatsu Sirion and Toyota Passo, is the most popular,

In 2013, Perodua aims to sell about 194,000 vehicles, targeting to maintain its market share.

Japan’s Daihatsu Motor Co Ltd , MBM Resources Bhd and UMW Holdings Bhd are the main shareholders of Perodua. Its main competitor on the domestic market is Proton.

Perodua exports cars to the UK, Singapore, Mauritius, Brunei, Sri Lanka, Cyprus, Malta, Egypt, Nigeria, Senegal, Lebanon, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Nepal and Fiji in small numbers through local dealers or in a sales cooperation with Proton.



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[caption id="attachment_6498" align="alignleft" width="300"] Perodua's bestseller, the Myvi[/caption] Malaysia's second largest car maker, Perodua, has said it plans $770 million of investments over the coming four years to increase manufacturing efficiency, build more showrooms and after-sales service centers. The investment includes a second car plant to boost production by 50 per cent, the company said at a press conference in Kuala Lumpur on January 15. Perodua, or Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Sdn Bhd, sold over 189,000 vehicles in 2012, its highest ever sales record, accounting for an estimated market share in Malaysia of 30.2 per cent. It is focusing on low-priced...

Perodua’s bestseller, the Myvi

Malaysia’s second largest car maker, Perodua, has said it plans $770 million of investments over the coming four years to increase manufacturing efficiency, build more showrooms and after-sales service centers.

The investment includes a second car plant to boost production by 50 per cent, the company said at a press conference in Kuala Lumpur on January 15.

Perodua, or Perusahaan Otomobil Kedua Sdn Bhd, sold over 189,000 vehicles in 2012, its highest ever sales record, accounting for an estimated market share in Malaysia of 30.2 per cent. It is focusing on low-priced compact cars of which the Myvi, based on the second generation Daihatsu Sirion and Toyota Passo, is the most popular,

In 2013, Perodua aims to sell about 194,000 vehicles, targeting to maintain its market share.

Japan’s Daihatsu Motor Co Ltd , MBM Resources Bhd and UMW Holdings Bhd are the main shareholders of Perodua. Its main competitor on the domestic market is Proton.

Perodua exports cars to the UK, Singapore, Mauritius, Brunei, Sri Lanka, Cyprus, Malta, Egypt, Nigeria, Senegal, Lebanon, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Nepal and Fiji in small numbers through local dealers or in a sales cooperation with Proton.



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