Better Automobiles Start With Sika

In 2012, GM introduced that it would reactivate the Bekasi plant to assemble a compact MPV, the Chevrolet Spin for Southeast Asian market. The 58,000 square meter plant represents an funding of USD 150 million, employs 700 individuals and was planned to provide forty,000 autos a year. GM says that the Bekasi plant is a important part of GM’s growth technique in Indonesia and Southeast Asia. The plant’s location fulfills GM’s philosophy of “construct the place we promote and source where we construct.”GM closed the plant in 2015, citing low sales and rising prices. In 1946 General Motors Overseas Operations established a Batavia Branch (later renamed “Djakarta Branch”) to proceed the pre-war actions, building practically 20,000 vehicles within the next six years.

In order to accelerate applications in vehicle environments, W3C launched the Automotive Working Group. The group accomplished an initial specification and is actively engaged on the following technology. …