Three Foreign Investors Interested to Invest in MAB Development

By : Ridwan And Aldi Firhand. A | Friday, March 02 2018 - 20:24 IWST

PT Mobil Anak Bangsa immediately mass production of electric bus brand MAB (Photo: Fadli INDUSTRY.co.id)
PT Mobil Anak Bangsa immediately mass production of electric bus brand MAB (Photo: Fadli INDUSTRY.co.id)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta, PT Mobil Anak Bangsa (MAB), the nation's best-performing electric bus producer, is studying investor interest from a number of countries intending to invest in Indonesia to establish a battery factory.

"We welcome the interest of these investors because the existence of the battery factory is a crucial issue behind the emergence of the electric buses we developed," said MAB Founder, General (Ret.) Moeldoko at JCC, Jakarta (1/3/2018).

It is said Moeldoko, partnership offer came from prospective investors from Shanghai China, Japan and Korea. "The offer we are in, hopefully soon get a bright spot," he said.

Moeldoko, who currently serves as Head of the Office of Presidential Staff, said that the government is very supportive of the development of electric vehicles developed by Indonesian children as an efficient and environmentally friendly future vehicle, so that all parties' support is needed.

"Mr. President is very supportive, especially this is the work of the Indonesian," explained Moeldoko.

Moeldoko said MAB provides widespread opportunities for the best sons and daughters in Indonesia to contribute and MAB will provide a special place by providing a share of ownership (shares). "Yes we prepare about 5 percent is," he said.

Regarding what the MAB will do this year, he insisted that the electric buses are expected to be mass-produced with a production target of 3,000 per unit. "Currently, MAB has opened orders during this exhibition, for the price depends on the specifications desired by the prospective buyers," said Moeldoko.

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