May 10, 2007

8 TVS interested in Indonesia..!!

After Bajaj TVS has plans for Indonesia too..!!

Look at the "Careers" Link at TVS Corporate website. It has two links.. One for applying jobs in India and the other for jobs in Indonesia..!!


After Bajaj, TVS too has plans for entering into the Indonesian market.

More of TVS plans for Indonesia in the coming posts..







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8 Comments:

Utpal Das said...

Great News!
I was also thinking if Bajaj can make a mark in Indonesia, probably TVS shuld also try it out with the RTR160.
Really great news, just hope they are able to make it to Indonesia and the rest (i.e Success) will follow

Payeng said...

Hi Utpal,

TVS has big plans for Indonesia..

Will post a report on the Indonesian Two Wheeler Market and the Plans that TVS and Bajaj has for it by today evening.

MunnaiBhai said...

If thats true, then Indonesian market must be very profitable. I dont think commericial growth in motorbikes as high as they could be over there. Both companies can easily populate the market due to little competition. It more likely turn into competitive market or manufacturing venture as well. Just my 2 paise.

MunnaiBhai (M.B.B.S)

Payeng said...

Munnabhai,

Indonesia is the 3'rd largest market for two wheelers in the world..!!

But Competition is infact tough for both TVS and BAJAJ... the Japanese 4 (Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki and Kawasaki) have a very strong presence in Indonesia.

Read my latest post on the Indonesian Two Wheeler Market.. http://indian2wheels.blogspot.com/2007/05/road-to-indonesian-two-wheeler-industry.html

MunnaiBhai said...

Hey Payeng,

Didnt think Indonesia was very competitive market. I thought several of these companies were looking for market growth. But now I think Bajaj and TVS are trying to compete on the mid price market. But with Bajaj in Indonesia you'll get more quality than chinese bike and less priced than a Japanese one. Meaning Indian bikes will probably have an advantage from locals, maybe?

MunnaiBhai (MBBS)

Payeng said...

Yes Munnabhai,

With TVS and Bajaj the Indonesians will definitely get better quality bikes than most Chinese bikes..

About pricing of Indian bikes in Indonesia.. I'll soon make a post on it.. stay tuned

MunnaiBhai said...

Hey Payeng,

Didnt think Indonesia was very competitive market. I thought several of these companies were looking for market growth. But now I think Bajaj and TVS are trying to compete on the mid price market. But with Bajaj in Indonesia you'll get more quality than chinese bike and less priced than a Japanese one. Meaning Indian bikes will probably have an advantage from locals, maybe?

MunnaiBhai (MBBS)

Utpal Das said...

Great News!
I was also thinking if Bajaj can make a mark in Indonesia, probably TVS shuld also try it out with the RTR160.
Really great news, just hope they are able to make it to Indonesia and the rest (i.e Success) will follow

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