Enter the Political Year, Hino Optimistic Positive Result Continues in 2018
By : Hariyanto And Aldi Firhand. A | Monday, February 26 2018 - 20:05 IWST
Hino Truck Products
INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - Entering 2018, which is a political year with simultaneous elections in 171 provinces, cities and districts, PT Hino Motors Sales Indonesia (HMSI) remains optimistic that this democratic party will run smoothly and peacefully.
In the year 2018, the central government is also still focused on infrastructure development in various regions in Indonesia, this can be seen from the infrastructure budget that reached 410 trillion rupiah in APBN 2018.
"In addition to infrastructure projects, Hino also sees commodity markets such as palm oil, and coal will also continue to be stable and require new truck fleets be it for the addition or fleet of their fleet truck units," said Santiko Wardoyo, Director of Sales and Promotion HMSI some time ago.
Outside the above segment, he continued, Hino also remained focused on sectors that are each year stable for the demand of truck fleets such as cargo and transportation segments such as Bus.
In 2018, Hino is targeting sales of 40,000 units of vehicles. Where this target is up 33% of the results achieved in 2017.
In addition to the sales target, in 2018 Hino will continue to expand its sales and after sales network where in 2018 Hino will open new branches in some areas such as Sumatera, Java, Sulawesi and Eastern Indonesia Region.
"Targeted from 161 networks, by the end of 2018 can reach the target of more than 171 Hino sales network throughout Indonesia," said Santiko.
In terms of products in the face of government policy will regulation EURO 4, for that Hino continues to develop its products and ready to comply with the policy of it.
"For Euro 4 course Hino will follow all the policies applied by the government because this is certainly for the good of the community. For machinery and technology with EURO 4 of course in principal we already have it and currently we are studying and developing to be tailored to the Indonesian market," he said.