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President Jokowi releases Prime Export of Fortuner to Australia

President Jokowi Releases Prime Export Of Fortuner To Australia

President Jokowi at the launch of the first Fortuner export to Australia in Karawang, West Java on Tuesday (15/02/2022). (Photo: Muchalis Jr.)

Indonesian President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) on Tuesday (15/02/2022) morning released the first export of Fortuner cars in Karawang, West Java, Australia. The Fortuner Exports PT . Done through Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia (TMMI).

“by saying bismillahirrahmanirrahim This morning I launched a 2 million unit export release by PT Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia and Fortuner’s Prime Export to Australia,” the President said, starting his remarks.

Heads of State also appreciate Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia, even in the midst of a pandemic, has been able to take on existing opportunities and opportunities as well as new markets.

“I really, really appreciate it because whatever, we’ve seen a Fortuner product before., Among other products, these are produced by Indonesian human resources who have very good aptitude for export products,” he said.

The President reminded that Indonesia’s export products will compete with other products from various car producing countries. The success of domestic products in the export market proves that Indonesian human resource has the capability to produce quality cars.

“Consumers will choose whether our products are quality, have good useability. This proves that Indonesian human resources are well qualified in the production of cars. Very thorough, very careful, very careful, as it pertains to the safety of the people,” he said.

On that occasion, the Head of State also commended the efforts of Minister of Industry (Menperin) Agus Gumiwang Kartasmita, who continued to encourage car exports to nearly 80 countries on four continents. In addition, the President is also happy as the level of domestic content (TKDN) of car products produced by Toyota has reached more than 75 percent.

“sI’m also glad that local content, TKDN (household component level)It’s already over 75 percent, local purchase-His. many components, many Excessive Part, And the in-car accessories are supplied from our SME industries. It is also great for reviving small businesses in our country,” he said.

Meanwhile, Industry Minister Agus Gumiwang Kartassmita said in his report that the non-oil and gas processing industry registered a growth of 3.67 per cent throughout 2021, higher than 2020, down from minus 2.52 per cent due to the pandemic. Notably, the automotive industry grew tremendously in 2021, achieving a double-digit growth of 17.82 per cent.

“At present there are 21 companies in Indonesia’s national automotive industry, sir, with a production capacity of 2.35 million units per year. The absorption of labor is also quite high, directly or indirectly, with about 1.5 million workers along the industrial chain, said Agus.

The event was also attended by Bahil Lahdalia, Minister of Investment/Head of BKPM, Japanese Ambassador to the Republic of Indonesia Kenji Kanasugi, Governor of West Java Ridwan Kamil, Regent of Karawang Selika Nurrachadiana, Susumu Matsuda, President of PT Toyota Astra Motor and the President. Director of PT Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia Warih Andang Tjahajono. (FID/UN)

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