332,000 Indonesian-made cars sent overseas in 2019

332,000 Indonesian-made cars sent overseas in 2019

Workers getting into cars that are ready to be shipped in the IPC Car Terminal in Nort Jakarta, Wednesday (9/1/2019). (ANTARA/Indrianto Eko Suwarso/ac)

Jakarta (ANTARA) - The Indonesian Motorized Vehicle Industry (Gaikindo), Wednesday, released the data for car exports throughout the year of 2019 which reached 332,023 units, indicating a 25 percent increase compared to the year prior with 264,553 units. The number refers to the exports of Complete Built Up (CBU) units, while exports in the form of Complete Knock Down (CKD) units reached 511,425, indicating a stark increase compared to the year prior with 82,028 CKD sets.

Daihatsu manufacturers, which produce cars for Daihatsu and Toyota, became the biggest exporter with 212,432 CBU units combined.

Based on the data released by Gaikindo, there are nine Indonesian manufacturers shipping cars overseas, including two new players, Wuling and DFSK.

Below is the list of Indonesia's total car exports in 2019:

CBU

1. Daihatsu: 123,227 units

(Daihatsu also produces and exports cars for Toyota)

2. Toyota: 89,205 units

3. Mitsubishi: 64,714 units

4. Suzuki: 39,613 units

5. Honda: 6,847 units

6. Hyundai: 3,241 units

7. Hino: 2,696 units

8. Wuling: 2,310 units

9. DFSK: 170 units

 

CKD

Honda: 378,347 sets

Toyota: 105,949 sets

Suzuki: 26,820 sets

DFSK: 26,820 sets.

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