Perodua Global produces 250,000 vehicle since August 2014
Rawang, 5 Dec: Perodua Global Manufacturing Sdn Bhd (PGMSB), the advanced
manufacturing arm under the Perodua group, rolled-out its 250,000 vehicle recently since it
began operations in August 2014.
Of the 250,000 units produced, 85% was the Axia (since August 2014) and 15% was the
Bezza (since June 2016).
“This is a historical accomplishment for the entire group; the PGMSB team has work hard to
ensure that our customers’ orders are met in an acceptable timeframe,” Perodua President
and Chief Executive Officer, Datuk (Dr) Aminar Rashid Salleh said.
Perodua sold 167,000 vehicles for the first 10 months of 2016, of which the Axia was the best
seller with 44.2% sold this year followed by the Myvi at 24.9%, Alza 17.3% and the Bezza
at 13.6% (since July 2016).
On Perodua’s latest model, Perodua has delivered over 22,000 vehicles since it was launched
in July this year and the average waiting period for the Bezza is less than 2 weeks after the
financial institution approves the hire purchase loan.
“We thank the public for their support and we will continue to further improve our operations to
ensure that our customers get the best from our products and services,” Aminar said.
Aminar said that Perodua is currently maximising delivery of all its products as part of the
compact carmaker’s pledge to ensure speedy delivery of its products to its customers.
“In addition, we have also introduced several sales campaigns to further delight the public.
Please visit the nearest Perodua showroom and speak with our authorised sales advisors for
more information,” he said.
The Perodua Global Manufacturing Sdn Bhd (PGMSB) was founded on 26th February 2013
as Perodua’s initiative in becoming a global competitive automotive brand and as part of
Perodua’s transformation journey.
The PGMSB plant is certified as Energy Efficient by the Ministry of International Trade and
Industry due to its minimal energy usage as well as its use of more environmental friendly
PGMSB has 2,150 staff and is able to produce 200,000 units per annum on two shift-cycle.