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Industry Milestones

The development of the country’s automotive industry is stimulated by government policies regulating the sector, as well as technological advances and prevailing economic conditions. To highlight a number of policies, which have been applied in Indonesia, as well as the ups and downs in the sector, this section will be divided into four periods.

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GaikindO HISTORY

Cars were traded and used in Indonesia long before World War II, and after independence in 1945 car sales started to pick up. In late 1960s, the government officially regulated the developing industry and players felt the need to establish organizations to represent their concerns and needs

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Vision & Mission

Vision:

To become a world-class, professional and independent automotive organization, which plays an active role as the government’s equal partner in developing the industry to be adept at competing in the international market.

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Gaikindo's Activities

To reach its vision and mission and meet its commitments, Gaikindo has several programs to develop:

  • To represent its members in discussions with the government on tax and custom concerns,
  • To cooperate with the government to issue proper standards to be implemented in the industry,
  • To sponsor important campaigns, like promoting the reduction of fuel consumption, traffic safety, and environmental issues,
  • To conduct studies on various aspects relating to vehicles and sectors,
  • To strive to position the annual Indonesia Motor Show in the same level as other world’s  leading motor shows like the Tokyo Motor Show, Frankfurt Motor Show, Detroit Motor Show, and Geneva Motor Show,
  • To promote joints studies and information exchange with its counterparts in other countries, particularly regarding raw materials, components, and international commerce,
  • To participate in international automotive industry conferences and organizations like ASEAN Automotive Federation,
  • To develop bulletin and website as hubs to disseminate information on progress and achievements of the national automotive industry.
 
Gaikindo's Mascot

A green drop of water on black wheels, this mascot represent the most important element of life and the environment, which is supported by a dynamic automotive industry.

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