Company Overview of Nissan Motor (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
Nissan Motor (Thailand) Co., Ltd. manufactures and supplies vehicles in Thailand and internationally. The company provides sedan and hatchback cars, vans, and jeeps. It offers vehicles through showrooms and after-sales service shops. Nissan Motor (Thailand) Co., Ltd. was formerly known as Siam Nissan Automobile Co. Ltd. and changed its name to Nissan Motor (Thailand) Co., Ltd. in April 2009. The company is based in Samutprakarn, Thailand. Nissan Motor (Thailand) Co., Ltd. operates as a subsidiary of Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.
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Key Executives for Nissan Motor (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
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Nissan Motor (Thailand) Co., Ltd. Key Developments
Nissan Motor Thailand Ltd. Appoints Antoine Barthes as the New President, Effective November 1, 2016
Oct 31 16
Nissan announced the appointment of Antoine Barthes as the new president of Nissan Motor Thailand Ltd, effective November 1, 2016. Barthes will report to Yutaka Sanada, regional senior vice president, Asia & Oceania, and will be based in Bangkok. In his new role, Barthes will be responsible for developing business strategies to maximise Nissan's overall performance, managing product introduction and significantly increasing the presence and accessibility of the Nissan brand in pursuit of its ambition to be a major player in the country's automotive sector. He will also oversee manufacturing at the plant in Thailand, catering to the domestic market as well as exports to more than 100 countries. Barthes joined Nissan Europe in 2002 and has worked in several sales and marketing roles in various locations across Europe and the Middle East. He is currently managing director of Nissan Central Eastern Europe, based in Budapest, Hungary.
Nissan Motor Thailand Company Limited Launches the Locally Produced New X-Trail Hybrid in Thailand
Nov 18 15
Nissan Motor Thailand Company Limited launched the locally produced new X-Trail hybrid in Thailand. Kazutaka Nambu, president of the local unit, revealed that the model had entered production at the Samut Prakan plant last month, using as much as 70% local content. The model is priced at THB 1.3 million to THB 1.4 million for the Thai market. The price of the hybrid model is expected to increase by 5% to 10% from next year as a result of the implementation of a new excise tax law. Nissan launched its X-Trail hybrid in Japan during April 2015. The model is powered by a 2.0-litre engine that generates 147 PS of power and 207 Nm of torque. Nissan operates three plants in Thailand: two at Samut Prakarn and one at Laem Chabang (Chonburi). The Thai plants undertake full manufacturing of as many as nine nameplates, including the top-produced Navara pick-up, the Sylphy sedan, and the March hatchback. Nissan began assembling the non-hybrid version of the X-Trail in Thailand in late 2014. The non-hybrid variant is locally assembled in completely knocked down form at the company's Samut Prakarn plant with vehicle kits sourced from Nissan's Kyushu plant in Japan. The Thai facility will be the second Nissan plant to manufacture the X-Trail hybrid after the Kyushu factory in Japan.
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