Mitsubishi Targets Sales of 100 Light Commercial Vehicle Units at GIICOMVEC 2018

By : Hariyanto And Aldi Firhand. A | Friday, March 02 2018 - 20:29 IWST

Mitsubishi L300 (Hariyanto/INDUSTRY.co.id)
Mitsubishi L300 (Hariyanto/INDUSTRY.co.id)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - PT Mitsubishi Motors Krama Yudha Sales Indonesia (MMKSI) targets the sale of 100 units of light commercial vehicles at the GAIKINDO Indonesia International Commercial Vehicle Expo (GIICOMVEC) event held on 1 to 4 March 2018.

"For sales we target 100 units with L300 as a major contributor of 40 percent," said Irwan Kuncoro, Director of Sales & Marketing Division MMKSI on the sidelines of the first day of GIICOMVEC 2018, Thursday (1/3/2010).

According to Irwan, the current economic condition for the commercial vehicle sector is starting to improve, so the market in that sector is also expected to improve also.

Irwan explained, at the exhibition this time MMKSI did not want to miss the opportunity to introduce as well as to sell products of light commercial vehicles produced.

"This GAIKINDO exhibition for the first commercial vehicle, of course from here MMKSI take the opportunity to promote, increase awareness for light commercial vehicles to consumers," said Irwan.

Irwan added, MMKSI focus on continuous development in order to continue to bring the vehicle in accordance with market needs.

According to Irwan, the L300 Model remains the choice of Indonesian entrepreneurs who have achieved sales of more than 600,000 units and more than 80% in 2017 in the Small Pick Up 4x2 segment.

In the event GIICOMVEC 2018, MMKSI brings the best light commercial vehicle range through five display car units, namely New Triton GLX 4x2 Single Cabin 'Hi-Rider', Triton HD-X 4x4, Triton GLS 4x4, T120ss, and L300 on booth area of ​​360m2 .

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