Wed, 06 Feb 2008
Tokyo (ANTARA News/Asia Pulse) - Japan's Yamaha Motor Co. (TSE:7272) plans to bring online a new motorcycle factory in Indonesia this year, seeking to raise capacity in that country by 40 per cent to 3 million to 3.2 million units a year in 2010, The Nikkei learned Monday.

The investment is expected to total about 10 billion yen (US$93 million). The move comes on the heels of the firm expanding capacity by 400,000 units last year.

The new plant, to be built on the site of joint venture PT Yamaha Motor Manufacturing West Java, will produce 100-150cc bikes with automatic transmissions.



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