Martes, Hunyo 6, 2017

NEW KTM MOTORCYCLE PLANT INAUGURATES HERE IN THE PHILIPPINES

“We are further expanding our capabilities as part of our thrust of fostering synergies with Ayala companies. Combining the competencies of our manufacturing and distribution arms allows us to scale our presence in this space, taking advantage of evolving movements in technology, automation, and industrial technology.” ~Art Tan, AC Industrials CEO

The KTM Philippines plant – which assembles four (4) KTM models such as the KTM 200 DUKE, KTM 390 DUKE, KTM RC 200 and KTM RC 390 – will have an initial production run of 6,000 motorcycles, with the goal of eventually expanding to 10,000 units annually. Apart from the domestic market, KAMMI plans to export to neighboring ASEAN markets as well as China, where some 60 million motorcycles are sold per year.
“This investment is part of our belief that manufacturing should be a key driver of our country’s inclusive growth going forward,” he explained. It provides jobs, supply chain opportunities, and helps put the country in the map as a center for innovation and industrialization.” ~Dino Santos, KAMMI’s President and COO
Mr. Peter Perberschlager, Vice President, Sales Asia Pacific

KTM Asia Motorcycle Manufacturing, Inc. (KAMMI), a jointventure partnership between Adventure Cycle Philippines, Inc., owned by AC Industrial Technology Holdings, Inc. (AC Industrials), a member of Ayala Group of Companies, and Austrian motorcycle giant KTM AG (Kronreif & Trunkenpolz Mattighofen AG), inaugurates its state-of-the-art manufacturing facility at the Laguna Technopark in Sta. Rosa, Laguna.

It was my first time to ever enter a factory of motorcycles, how it was assembled and how it was done the processing is quite amazing because the assemble process is not an easy task because as far as what I have seen its like you shouldn't miss any parts of the motorcycle not even a tiny part.

hey hope to ramp up their network to 32 dealers nationwide this year, each one providing sales and aftersales support. With this development, AC Industrials–which consolidates the Ayala Groups automotive and manufacturing segments — seeks to play a bigger role in manufacturing and contribute to the country’s rise as a Southeast Asian (ASEAN) industrial hub. Furthermore, this bold move is deemed a milestone not only in the Ayala Group’s history, but for the country as well.

The KTM Motorcycles

The Ayala group’s foray into motorcycle assembly is in line with the company’s push in bolstering its growing manufacturing portfolio. The impact the plant’s opening has to Filipinos and the Philippine economy. 

KTM is the largest European motorcycle manufacturer from Austria specializing in “Ready to Race” on and off road motorcycles. KTM has built a reputation for high-quality premium race ready machines suitable for street and off road race competition and recreation.


Adventure Cycle Philippines, Inc. (a member of the Ayala Group of Companies) is the official motorcycle distributor of KTM in the Philippines. For more information follow their FB Page https://www.facebook.com/pg/KTMPHILIPPINES/about/?ref=page_internal and Website at http://www.ktm.com/ph.


READY   TO   RACE


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