Proton will bring its successful MPV, the Exora to the automotive exhibition in Yokohama which will be held on May 19-21. This is to expose our own car building technology to the people in automotive industry. Read full news from bernama.
Proton Holdings Bhd (Proton) is among nine local companies to showcase Malaysia’s automotive products to the Japanese market and other international buyers, at the upcoming Automotive Engneering Exposition 2010 (AEE 2010) in Yokohama, Japan.
The participation of the Malaysian firms is being coordinated by the Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation (Matrade) together with the Japan External Trade Organisation (Jetro).
In a statement today, Matrade said the event from May 19-21, would focus on the latest technology in automotive engineering and the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) market.
It is expected to attract around 80,000 visitors in gathering automobile-related experts and representatives in Japan and worldwide, to share their views on the automotive industry’s business trends.
Meanwhile, Matrade said the Proton Exora, Malaysia’s first home-grown multi-purpose vehicle (MPV), would be taking centre stage at the event.
The MPV is considered an engineering feat for the national car maker and also highlights the advancement of the local auto technology.
Matrade said Malaysia’s participation at the AEE 2010 is part of the Malaysia-Japan Automotive Industry Cooperation (Majaico) project and in line with the agreement reached between both governments under the Malaysia-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement sealed in July 2006.
It added that the Majaico project is aimed at helping uplift Malaysia’s auto industry to be on par with their Japanese counterparts by 2015. — Bernama
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