VOV.VN - The nation’s logistics network has not been implemented in an integrated manner, says the Vietnam Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT).
Honda Malaysia is recalling 147,894 Honda vehicles to replace the front passenger airbag inflator as a proactive measure to ensure customer safety.
Honda Vietnam (HVN) will work harder to contribute more to Vietnam ’s vehicle industry, HVN General Director Minoru Kato said.
(VOV) -A first-ever show featuring hundreds of custom, weird, rare and simply all out amazing motorcycles from all over the globe will be held in Ho Chi Minh City next year, according to the Vietnam Association of Motorcycle Manufacturers (VAMM).
Vietnamese companies are showcasing their motorcycle components for the first time at the world’s biggest motorcycle exhibition, EICMA, held in Italy’s Milan from November 17-22.
(VOV) -Sales of new cars in Vietnam are set for another milestone year of continuous growth, highlighting the strength of the auto industry in the Southeast Asian nation if automobile manufacturers are on target with their forecasts.
Japan's automaker giant Honda Motor Co. has targeted to double its made-in-Vietnam bike exports this year in an ambitious plan to become the biggest market share holder for motorbikes in more Asian countries, a Japanese business magazine reported recently.
Motorcycles manufacturers in Vietnam are trying to survive in the face of a prolonged market slump by introducing more budget units with higher domestic content.
(VOV) -Hanoi is set to host the 9th Vietnam Support Industry Forum on May 8 aimed at promoting the development of businesses supplying parts and components to the manufacturing sector.
(VOV) - The initial five members of the Vietnam Motorbike Association (VMA) will officially debut the new industry body later in February.
(VOV) - Vietnam will constantly improve its investment environment and create the best possible conditions for foreign investors to do long-term business in the country.
(VOV) -The auto market is expecting a busier end to 2012 as demand increases ahead of the Lunar New Year Festival (Tet).
(VOV) -The Vietnam Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (VAMA) reports the domestic auto industry’s 9,360 units sold in July represents a 3% slide from the previous month’s figures.
(VOV) - A “Lead” model motorbike manufactured by Honda burst into flames in the north-central province of Thanh Hoa on October 22.
The 2012 Vietnam Motor Show officially kicked off at Hanoi’s Giang Vo exhibition centre on September 26, displaying the latest versions of leading automobile products.
Whether or not a product gains a firm foothold in the market relies heavily on the formulation of its development strategy. Yet, incorrect forecasts about the automobile industry in Vietnam have taught the country a valuable lesson.
Honda Vietnam Company started construction of its third factory for manufacturing motorbikes and spare parts in the northern province of Ha Nam on December 19.