Passenger Vehicle and Motorcycle Market Trends in Indonesia
We are predicting that passenger vehicle sales in Indonesia will surpass 1 million units by 2020, facilitating the country's dream of overtaking Thailand to become that No. 1 automotive hub in ASEAN. To find out more, please contact Indonesia.firstname.lastname@example.org
We believe that the Indonesian truck market will continue to experience good growth, making it a market that demands attention from automotive OEMs. Download our free industry report about the Indonesian commercial vehicle market in 2020.To find out more, please contact Indonesia.email@example.com
The continued steady growth of the truck population over the past several years reflects Indonesia's growing economic activity, where trucks are generally being stretched in their usage to obtain maximum value from them. To find out more about the ever-changing landscape of lubricant consumption across different types of commercial vehicle, please contact Indonesia.firstname.lastname@example.org
Check out our last infographic from “ASEAN Healthcare” series to summarized Healthcare market in ASEAN. To understand more about opportunity in Healthcare industry in ASEAN, please visit http://bit.ly/1hwFq to download our whitepaper and get the full study findings.
Passenger Vehicle and Motorcycle Lubricant Market in Indonesia
Ipsos Business Consulting expects an overall decline in Indonesia's automotive sales for 2015 compared to 2014. However, which segment of the automotive market will grow as consumers increasingly seek high value for money? How do the changes in consumers' purchasing preferences and purchasing power affect the competitive landscape of the market for both passenger vehicle lubricant and motorcycle oil? To find out more, please contact email@example.com
The confluence of economic growth, rising middle class, and upcoming ASEAN Economic Community have drawn many international players to the potential of frontier markets. Today, we see luxury brands such as Rolls-Royce and BMW in Cambodia – with more brands following suit. We also see increasing affluence – for example, Sri Lanka, whose Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita rose from US$859 in 2000 to US$3,256 in 2013. If we were to look beyond the current wave of optimism, the question is, how substantial is the market potential of frontier markets vis-a-vis their risks? Which market is likely to emerge as the front runner?
Over the past 3 years, medical device companies in Thailand performed well from both revenue and net profit perspective. Thailand is expecting to be the leader of Healthcare and medical device market in ASEAN. Find out more about Medical device market in ASEAN, check out our paper at http://bit.ly/1hwFq
The growth of Indonesia’s healthcare industry has been boosted by the newly implemented Universal Health Insurance as more people are gaining access to healthcare facilities. Ipsos looked specifically at the Intravenous (IV) set as an imperative consumable device used in the currently increasing inpatient treatments. How far has the newly implemented Universal Healthcare Insurance and growing private sector impacted the IV set market? To find out more about the information in this factoid, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Over the past 3 years, medical device companies in Thailand performed well from both revenue and net profit perspective. Thailand is expecting to be the leader of Healthcare and medical device market in ASEAN. Find out more about Medical device market in ASEAN, check out our paper at http://bit.ly/1hmvwFq
Indonesia’s economy is undergoing unprecedented development with industrialization and rapid urbanization resulting in increasing demand for electricity. However, despite having abundant natural resources, Indonesia’s infrastructure remains underdeveloped to fulfil the nation’s growing power demand. All eyes are on Indonesia’s government commitment to drive 35GW of additional capacity. Get in touch with the Indonesia team at email@example.com