Tue, 29 Aug 2006
Nissan to increase investment in Indonesia


Jakarta (ANTARA News/Asia Pulse) - PT Nissan Motor Indonesia (NMI) said it will expand its car assembling plant in the country with an additional investment of US$50 million.

The new investment is part of its plan to develop a production base for its Levina car model in the country, Teddy Irawan, deputy director of the company said.

The assembly plant of the company in Purwakarta in West Java currently has a production capacity of 1,000 units per month for X-Trail, Terano and Serena models of multipurpose vehicles. The additional investment will expand the production capacity to 1,500 units a month.


Source:
Business in Asia Today - Aug 29, 2006
published by Asia Pulse



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