Suzuki Motor (Thailand) will spend 1.3 billion baht to raise annual production capacity at its Rayong plant to 100,000 vehicles on the back of this year's sales forecast of 60,000.
Wallop Treererkngam, the general manager for marketing at Suzuki Motor (Thailand), gives his opinion of the Swift eco-car. The local unit of the Japanese car maker expects the model to continue to be popular despite the end of the government’s firsttime car buyer scheme. SOMCHAI POOMLARD
The expansion will start by mid-year and be finished next year, said Wallop Treererkngam, the general manager for marketing at the local unit of the Japanese car maker.
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