Toyota CBU Supply Restored November

Although gradually recovered, Toyota Indonesia admits shortage of new products, particularly for models imported (CBU) from Japan, such as Alphard, Toyota Land Cruiser, Previa, and the Prius. This condition is delivered Joko Trisanyoto, Marketing Director of PT Toyota Astra Motor, on the sidelines of the "Toyota Story" in Manggala Wana Bhakti, South Jakarta, on Tuesday (14/06/2011).

According to Joko, the supply of new Japanese can be normal in November or December, according to a statement the big boss of Toyota (Japan), Akio Toyoda. All orders new Toyota products, continued Joko, still pivot up to 2 months. However, the intervals vary according to existing models. "Orders for Avanza end of July this seems already to be back to normal. Hopefully smoothly," said Joko.

Widyawati Soedigdo, GM Customer Relation Marketing Planing Division, Toyota Astra Motor, added that all Toyota models manufactured in the country began to recover in June with a capacity of 90 percent and continued 100 percent in July 2011. The supply of CBU from Thailand, such as the Yaris, Hilux, and all models of sedans (Camry, Corolla, and Vios) will be relatively recovered simultaneously with the restoration of PT Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia (TMMIN).

"Maybe the supply to that produced in TMMIN Fortuner is still a long recovery because all models use the ABS (anti-lock brake system) and airbags. The problem is, the supply regulator chip ABS and airbags disturbed so that the problem is much longer than other models that do not use it," beber Widyawati who promised that in August it was able to overcome all the queues.


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