Suzuki Rely on Pick Up Mega Carry Mastering Commercial Vehicle Market

By : Ahmad Fadli And Aldi Firhand. A | Friday, March 02 2018 - 20:32 IWST

Suzuki, New Carry Pick Up (Foto: You Tube)
Suzuki, New Carry Pick Up (Foto: You Tube)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - PT Suzuki Indomobil Sales (SIS) as the brand holder agent (APM) Suzuki in Indonesia participated in the 2018 Gaikindo International Commercial Vehicle Expo (Giicomvec) event held at the Jakarta Convention Center (JCC)

According to Dony Saputra, 4W Marketing Director of PT. SIS, in this 2018 Giicomvec, it brings one display unit of the newest Suzuki Mega Carry is more fresh (available two sizes of the tub that is Mega Carry 2,200 mm x 1,585 mm and Mega Carry Extra 2,450 mm x 1,670 mm) and also five units of products that have been modified according to the function of the Suzuki APV Ambulance, Suzuki Ertiga Ambulance, Suzuki APV city transport, Suzuki APV Car Shop and Suzuki Carry Dump Truck.

Suzuki products have been proven, not only tough to support commercial activities but also can be tailored to the function and usefulness in each region.

According to Donny, Suzuki's commercial vehicle is the first time in Indonesia to introduce ST10 pick up or commonly known as "truntung". Consumer confidence in Suzuki's commercial products is evidenced by good sales figures. In the midst of stagnant automotive market, Suzuki commercial vehicle sales during the period of January-December 2017 successfully sold 44,856 units (wholesale).

"In fact, Suzuki's commercial vehicle line has become a market leader that grabbed 45.1 percent of the total market share, making it a backbone of Suzuki's overall sales with a 40 percent contribution," he explained.

Located in Hall A6, Suzuki booth visitors will be served with various interesting programs both interactive games and sales program. Visitors who are interested in buying commercial vehicles Suzuki will get a direct gift of shopping vouchers. In addition, PT SIS in cooperation with finance companies such as Suzuki Finance Indonesia, IMFI, BCA Finance, OTO, Adira and Mandiri Tunas Finance, offer attractive credit packages to customers during this event.

In addition PT SIS also invites some loyal customers Suzuki commercial vehicles to share success tips to visitors to advance his business.

"We hope our participation in GIICOMVEC 2018 can provide benefits not only about the product but also how to grow our consumer business. And ultimately contribute directly in encouraging economic growth in Indonesia, "lid Dony.

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