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4 Big Indonesian Companies Use Japanese Mitsubishi Electric Cars

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TRIBUNNEWS.COM, TOKYO – Mitsubishi Motors entered into a memorandum of understanding on the trial of light commercial electric vehicles with four local Indonesian companies.

The memorandum of understanding with the 4 big Indonesian companies was signed Monday (14/3/2022) today.

“Mitsubishi Motors, Mitsubishi Motors Kramayuda Sales Indonesia (MMKSI) which sells its cars in Indonesia, signed a memorandum of understanding on the trial of light commercial electric vehicles with four local companies and has been signed this Monday (14/3/2022),” reveal source Tribunnews.comMonday (14/3/2022).

The four companies that have signed the agreement are the state-owned postal company PT Pos Indonesia; Halleyora Power, which is engaged in the electric power transmission and distribution industry and related services; Gojek, a major mobility services company; and supply chain DHL Indonesia, a major German logistics company.

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Utilizing “Minicab Meave” which was introduced in Japan in 2011 for transportation operations, the collection of data such as mileage, cost records, shipping routes, will be collected during half a year (Gojek will conduct verification tests for more than half a year) demonstration experiment.

“We plan to continue the verification of environmental improvements for the deployment of EVs in Indonesia,” he added.

PT Pos Indonesia, Gojek, Halleyora Power and DHL electric cars (EV) made by Mitsubishi Motors. (Impress Photo)

“We would like to express our sincere gratitude to our main corporate partners Pos Indonesia, Halleyora Power, Gojek, DHL Supplier Chain Indonesia and the Government of Indonesia for their enthusiastic support for this joint research,” said Naoya Nakamura, President Director of MMKSI.

“Through this demonstration experiment, we will work on the deployment and utilization of Mitsubishi Motors electric commercial vehicles in Indonesia,” he said.

Meanwhile scholarships (to Japan), free study at Japanese language schools in Japan, as well as efforts to learn Japanese more effectively through the Zoom application continue to be carried out for Indonesian citizens actively with the target of studying at school in Japan.

For complete information, please email: [email protected] with the subject: Learn Japanese.

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