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  1. 1. OCTOBER 2006INDONESIAN MARKET- AUTOMOBILE INDUSTRY DEVELOPED STATUS AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY REQUIREMENTS ON FUEL & LUBRICATION CHAIRMAN OF GAIKINDO HEAD OF INDUSTRIAL POLICY OFGAIKINDO Bambang Trisulo Budi Prasetyo Susilo The 1st Indonesia Fuel & Lube Conference GabunganJakarta, JW THROUGH BETEER FUEL & LUBECANT REDUCE COST Industri Kendaraan November 2006 Indonesia Marriot Hotel, 21-22 Bermotor 21- Association of Indonesian Automotive Industries
  2. 2. OCTOBER 2006PRESENTATION OUTLINE I. BRIEF INTRODUCTION OF GAIKINDO II. INFLUENCE GOVERNMENT POLICY OUTLINE ON AUTOMOBILE MARKET AND INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT III. DOMESTIC MARKET PROGRESS IV. FUEL & LUBE CHALLENGE REQUIREMENTS ON AUTOMOBILE MOBILITY. V. SUMMARY
  3. 3. I-1 Brief Introduction of GAIKINDO I-1 Brief Introduction of GAIKINDO Non-Profit Independent Organization Representing The Interest of Indonesia Automobile Manufacturers. Members of GAIKINDO : 39 Companies 28 Brands (11 Brands which has Industry in Indonesia) Source : Secretariat GAIKINDO-2005
  4. 4. I-2. VISION – MISSION --STRATEGY I-2. VISION – MISSION STRATEGY VISIONTo become a world-class, professional and independent automotiveOrganization, which plays an active role as the government’s equal partnerin Developing the industry to be adept at competing in the internationalmarket. MISSIONTo transform Indonesia’s automotive industry and boost its competitiveedge in the global market. STRATEGYTo organize and support international events to seek global attention andpromote trade and investment opportunities in the country. To encourage,promote and protect the interests of the automotive industry in Indonesia. Toact a means of communication among its members for the strengtheningand promotion of their common interests. To collect, compile and collateinformation on issues affecting the interests of The automotive industry ingeneral and members in particular and to later distribute such information inthe form of reports or statistics to members. Source : Secretariat GAIKINDO-2005
  5. 5. I-3. GAIKINDO’s Activities I-3. GAIKINDO’s ActivitiesTo reach its vision and mission and meet its commitments, GAIKINDO hasLaunched several programs, including : Publishing a bi-monthly bulletin on the development of the country’s automotive industry Conducting studies on various aspects relating to vehicles and the sector Representing members in discussions with the government on tax and customs concern Promoting joint studies and the exchange of information with counterparts in others countries, particularly regarding raw materials, components, and international commerce Cooperating with the government to issue proper standards to be used in the industry Participating in international automotive industry conferences and organization such as the ASEAN Automotive Federation Sponsoring important campaigns, such as those promoting the reduction of fuel consumption, traffic safety and environmental issues Striving to position the annual GAIKINDO Auto Expo in the same level of the world leading motor shows, like the Tokyo Motor Show, Frankfurt Motor Show And Bangkok Motor Show Source : Secretariat GAIKINDO-2005
  6. 6. I-4. List of GAIKINDO Members Companies I-4. List of GAIKINDO Members CompaniesNO. BRAND NAME ADDRESS 1 TOYOTA PT.TOYOTA MOTOR MFG. INDONESIA JL.YOS.SUDARSO,SUNTER I ,JAKARTA UTARA TOYOTA 2 PT.TOYOTA ASTRA MOTOR JL.YOS.SUDARSO,SUNTER II,JAKARTA UTARA (DISTRIBUTOR) 3 SUZUKI PT.INDOMOBIL SUZUKI INTERNATIONAL WISMA INDOMOBIL,JL.MT.HARYONO KAV.8,JAKARTA 4 MITSUBISHI PT.KRAMA YUDHA TIGA BERLIAN MOTORS JL.JEND.A.YANI,PROYEK PULOMAS,JAKARTA TIMUR 5 HONDA PT.HONDA PROSPECT MOTOR JL.YOS.SUDARSO,SUNTER I ,JAKARTA UTARA 6 DAIHATSU PT.ASTRA DAIHATSU MOTOR JL.GAYA MOTOR III/5,SUNTER II JAKARTA UTARA 7 ISUZU PT.PANTJA MOTOR JL.GAYA MOTOR III/5,SUNTER II JAKARTA UTARA 8 NISSAN PT.NISSAN MOTOR INDONESIA JL. M.T. HARYONO KAV. 10 LT. 3, JAKARTA JL. SUNTER GARDEN BLOK D 8 NO. 1 9 KIA PT KIA MOBIL INDONESIA SUNTER AGUNG PODOMORO, JAKARTA UTARA 14350 JL.SULTAN ISKANDAR MUDA NO.81,10 HYUNDAI PT.HYUNDAI INDONESIA MOTOR ARTERI PONDOK INDAH, JAKARTA SELATAN KAWASAN INDUSTRI KOTA BUKIT INDAH11 HINO PT.HINO MOTORS MFG. INDONESIA JL. DAMAR BLOK D 1 NO. 1, PURWAKARTA, JA - BAR HINO12 PT. HINO MOTORS SALES INDONESIA WISMA INDOMOBIL LANTAI 9 (DISTRIBUTOR)13 FORD PT.FORD MOTOR INDONESIA WISMA INDOMOBIL LT.10,JL.MT.HARYONO KAV.8, JKT.14 CHEVROLET PT.GENERAL MOTORS INDONESIA JL.RAYA BEKASI KM.27,PONDOK UNGU, BEKASI MERCEDES BENZ DEUTSCHE BANK BLDG. 18TH FLOOR15 CHRYSLER, DODGE PT.DAIMLERCHRYSLER INDONESIA JL. IMAM BONJOL NO. 80, JAKARTA MERCEDES BENZ PT. DAIMLERCHRYSLER DISTRIBUTION DEUTSCHE BANK BUILDING 18TH FLOOR CHRYSLER, DODGE INDONESIA JL.IMAM BONJOL NO.80,JAKARTA PUSAT 1031016 JEEP JL.DANAU SUNTER SELATAN,BLOK O-5,SUNTER,JAKARTA17 UD NISSAN DIESEL PT.ASTRA NISSAN DIESEL INDONESIA Source : Secretariat GAIKINDO-2005
  7. 7. I-4. List of GAIKINDO Members Companies (continue) I-4. List of GAIKINDO Members Companies (continue)NO. BRAND NAME ADDRESS18 BMW PT.TJAHJA SAKTI MOTOR CORP. JL.GAYA MOTOR SELATAN I ,SUNTER II JAKRTA UTARA BMW WISMA GKBI LANTAI 2119 (DISTRIBUTOR) PT. BMW INDONESIA JL. JEND. SUDIRMAN NO. 28, JAKARTA SELATAN WISMA INDOMOBIL LT.4 , JL. MT. HARYONO KAV.820 CHERRY QQ PT.UNICOR PRIMA MOTOR JAKARTA21 PEUGEOT PT.ASTRA FRANCE MOTOR JL.GAYA MOTOR SELATAN I ,SUNTER II, JAKRTA UTARA22 VOLVO PT.CENTRAL SOLE AGENCY WISMA INDOMOBIL,JL.MT.HARYONO KAV.8,JAKARTA JL. RAYA PLUIT SELATAN NO. 8 A23 VOLKSWAGEN PT.CAR & CARS INDONESIA JAKARTA UTARA 14440 AUDI CENTER24 AUDI, VW CARAVELLE PT.GARUDA MATARAM MOTOR Jl. M.T. HARYONO KAV. 11, JAKARTA25 TIMOR PT.TIMOR PUTRA NASIONAL MENARA SAIDAH , LT. 3&4, JL.MT.HARYONO KAV.29-3026 LANDROVER PT.JAVA MOTORS JL.KRAMAT RAYA NO.17,JAKARTA PUSAT JAGUAR,BENTLEY JL.LETJEN S.. PARMAN KAV. NO 4, SLIPI27 DAIMLER PT.GRANDAUTO DINAMIKA JAKARTA 11480 ROLLS ROYCE28 RENAULT PT AUTO EURO INDONESIA JL. M.T. HARYONO KAV. 10 , JAKARTA TIMUR 13330 WISMA STANDART CHARTERED BANK , LT. 1629 PROTON PT. PROTON EDAR INDONESIA JL. JEND. SUDIRMAN KAV. 33A, JAKARTA 10220 JL. SULTAN ISKANDAR MUDA NO. 55, BLOK Q KAV. NO.30 SUBARU PT. TC. SUBARU JAKARTA 1224031 MAZDA PT. MAZDA MOTOR INDONESIA WISMA INDOMOBIL LANTAI. 10 JL. MT. HARYONO KAV.8 Source : Secretariat GAIKINDO-2005
  8. 8. I-4. List of GAIKINDO Members Companies (continue) I-4. List of GAIKINDO Members Companies (continue)NO. BRAND NAME ADDRESS32 MITSUBISHI PT.KRAMA YUDHA RATU MOTORS JL.RAYA BEKASI KM.21,JAKARTA TIMUR33 MITSUBISHI PT.TRIJAYA UNION JL.RAYA SERANG,KM. 9, TANGERANG PT. MITSUBISHI KRAMA YUDHA MOTOR34 MITSUBISHI JL.RAYA BEKASI,KM.21,JAKARTA TIMUR & MANUFACTURING35 HINO PT.NATIONAL ASSEMBLERS JL.RAYA BEKASI KM.18,PULO GADUNG,JAKARTA TIMUR36 MERCEDES BENZ PT.DAIMLERCHRYSLER INDONESIA D.S WANAHERANG,GUNUNG PUTRI,CITEREUP,BOGOR DAIHATSU, PEUGEOT37 B M W, ISUZU PT.GAYA MOTOR JL.GAYA MOTOR RAYA 1-3,SUNTER II,JAKARTA UTARA KAWASAN INDUSTRI KOTA BUKIT INDAH38 NISAN PT.NISSAN MOTOR INDONESIA BLOK A III, LOT 1-14, PURWAKARTA 41181, JAWA BARAT JL.KALIABANG NO.1,PONDOK UNGU,MEDAN SATRIA,39 ISUZU PT. MESIN ISUZU INDONESIA KEC.BEKASI BARAT,BEKASI/PO.BOX 130,BEKASI 17013 Source : Secretariat GAIKINDO-2005
  9. 9. II.1. Indonesian Automobile Market & Government Policy Development II.1. Indonesian Automobile Market & Government Policy Development KEPPRES 20/98 586/PJ/01 KEP: 460/KMK/03/01 SK 168/M/SK/9/79 PAKJUN’96 19/MPP/KEP/98 PP.60/01 201/KPB/VII/92 PP 36 20/MPP/KEP/98 172/MPP/05/01 107/M/SK/VII/92 KEPRES 42 19/KMK/01/98 SK 231/M/SK/11/78 SK 349/M/SK/8/80 PP 43 TH ‘03 PP.145/00 411/MPP/ SK 111/M/SK/10/90 INPRES NO 2. ‘96 49/MPP/KEP/00 Kep/06/03 SK 371/M/SK/9/83 569/KMK.04/00 458/MPP/ SK 307/M/SK/8/76 97/KMK/05/00 Kep/07/03 PAKMEI ‘95 SK 117/M/SK/4/86 PAKJUN ‘93 PP. 59 756/MPP/ PAKJUN ‘99 Kep/11/02Unit Sales (x 1,000) 800 750 Increasing Fuel Price [‘05] 700 700 General Election 620 670 & President [99] 570 600 620 570 534 National Car 570 Program 500 500 [96] 500 483 500 435 Tight Money 379 387 400 Policy (TMP) 354 435 Rp Devaluation [91] 350 27,5% [83] 301 299 Rp 322 332 300 310 Devaluation 274 310 261 350 31,0% [86] Forecast year 2006 200 208 178 160 211 172 Optimistic 500 Units (6% Down) 189 170 152 152 162 158 94 Moderate 435 Units (19% Down) 100 144 103 New Banking 103 Tight Money Regulation Economic Pessimistic 350 Units (34% Down) 88 Policy (TMP) Crisis [98] 72 [89] 58 (85% Down) - [87] 2002 2010 2004 2006 2008 2000 1998 1976 1978 1980 1982 1984 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996
  10. 10. II-2. Indonesian Automobile Industry Policy Outline II-2. Indonesian Automobile Industry Policy Outline Incentive National Liberali-Program Deletion Program Program Car Prog. zation Year 1976 1979 1983 1987 1990 1993 1995 1996 1999RegulationSK S K SK SK SK June M ay February SK 307 168 371 34 111 Package P ackage P ackage 27P oted C m rom om ercial V ehicles C m om ercial V hc. PassengerProduct &P ass.C <1500cC >1500cc ars arsS tructure C DM w K inus ith C DM wK inus ith Localizationof N local oof The m andatatory m andatatory >40% >60% m >60% in. contentIndustry local components local components w 3years regulation ithin andextendedw ith andC UB m com ain ponents import perm ittedOrientation Import Export O nB w rand, Substitution Engineering Capability, Export Source : Budi Pranoto - AOP
  11. 11. II-3. Current Automotive Government Policy in Indonesia II-3. Current Automotive Government Policy in Indonesia Automotive industry with high efficiency and strong Automotive industry with high efficiency and strong GOAL GOAL global competitiveness global competitiveness To focus the development of component industries To focus the development of component industries To continue and enhance the development of small To continue and enhance the development of small STRATEGIES STRATEGIES commercial car industries (less than 55tons) commercial car industries (less than tons) as well as motorcycle industries as well as motorcycle industries To develop mini-sedan industries with cylinder capacity To develop mini-sedan industries with cylinder capacity up to 1.500 cc as aaway and means to enter up to 1.500 cc as way and means to enter the international market of auto parts the international market of auto parts Source : IATT-MOI
  12. 12. II-4. Automobile Business Chain Flow Process II-4. Automobile Business Chain Flow Process CKD Others (Export + Domestic) T r a Steel Qlty. n Welding Painting Assembly VLD Center s Insp iST EEL t COIL Out Sourcing CKD Others Domestic Export Source : BTS
  13. 13. IIII-5.MPV Industrial Structure Development -5. MPV Industrial Structure Development Source : BTS-EKR
  14. 14. IIII-6.CV Industrial Structure Development -6. CV Industrial Structure Development& HOUSING Source : BTS-EKR
  15. 15. III-1. Domestic Market 1997 ––2005 III-1. Domestic Market 1997 2005 Increasing Fuel Price [‘05] 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 CATEGORY 386,691 58,303 93,843 300,964 299,634 317,780 354,355 483,168 533,922 cc ≤ 1.5 lt 15,758 2,526 1,449 19,624 20,222 14,309 26,117 27,482 25,375 Passenger < 10 1.5 lt < cc ≤ 3.0 lt (P) / 2.5 lt (D) 57,274 9,377 9,564 27,011 14,826 12,338 12,737 12,999 10,131 (Sedan) cc > 3.0 lt (P) / 2.5 lt (D) 183 39 28 242 235 157 158 83 166 Passenger ≤ 10 cc ≤ 1.5 lt 75,847 9,088 13,804 43,112 75,898 89,427 95,766 217,250 244,855 4x2 1.5 lt < cc ≤ 3.0 lt (P) / 2.5 lt (D) 171,274 28,477 53,914 170,731 137,965 144,709 156,006 145,444 176,174 (Van) cc > 3.0 lt (P) / 2.5 lt (D) 2,209 - - - - - - - Passenger ≤ 10 cc ≤ 1.5 lt - - - - - - - - 4x4 1.5 lt < cc ≤ 3.0 lt (P) / 2.5 lt (D) 159 98 1,215 3,286 655 2,411 4,692 6,473 10,809 (Jeep / Van 4x4) cc > 3.0 lt (P) / 2.5 lt (D) 4,840 1,576 426 352 1,910 1,207 203 200 676Passenger > 10 (Bus) 4,186 258 411 1,157 1,512 1,715 1,212 1,223 1,029Trucks / Pick-Up 54,961 6,864 13,032 35,449 46,411 51,507 57,464 72,014 64,707 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 CATEGORY 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 cc ≤ 1.5 lt 4.1 4.3 1.5 6.5 6.7 4.5 7.4 5.7 4.8 Passenger < 10 1.5 lt < cc ≤ 3.0 lt (P) / 2.5 lt (D) 14.8 16.1 10.2 9.0 4.9 3.9 3.6 2.7 1.9 (Sedan) cc > 3.0 lt (P) / 2.5 lt (D) 0.0 0.1 0.0 0.1 0.1 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 Passenger ≤ 10 cc ≤ 1.5 lt 19.6 15.6 14.7 14.3 25.3 28.1 27.0 45.0 45.9 4x2 1.5 lt < cc ≤ 3.0 lt (P) / 2.5 lt (D) 44.3 48.8 57.5 56.7 46.0 45.5 44.0 30.1 33.0 (Van) cc > 3.0 lt (P) / 2.5 lt (D) 0.6 - - - - - - - - Passenger ≤ 10 cc ≤ 1.5 lt - - - - - - - - - 4x4 1.5 lt < cc ≤ 3.0 lt (P) / 2.5 lt (D) 0.0 0.2 1.3 1.1 0.2 0.8 1.3 1.3 2.0 (Jeep / Van 4x4) cc > 3.0 lt (P) / 2.5 lt (D) 1.3 2.7 0.5 0.1 0.6 0.4 0.1 0.0 0.1Passenger > 10 (Bus) 1.1 0.4 0.4 0.4 0.5 0.5 0.3 0.3 0.2Trucks / Pick-Up 14.2 11.8 13.9 11.8 15.5 16.2 16.2 14.9 12.1 Source : GAIKINDO Secretariat
  16. 16. III-2. Domestic Market Vehicle Sales in Indonesia by Category Jan ––Sep 2006 III-2. Domestic Market Vehicle Sales in Indonesia by Category Jan Sep 2006SALES MONTH SALES CATEGORY JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP 20061. PASSENGER CARS CC < 1.5 lt (G/D) 904 952 903 768 1.050 902 818 968 750 8.015 SEDAN TYPE 1.5 lt < CC < 3.0 lt (G) / 2.5lt (D) 307 399 752 811 489 502 536 544 920 5.260 CC > 3.0 lt (G) / 2.5 (D) 10 27 7 3 1 4 12 4 17 85 CC < 1.5 lt (G/D) 13.008 11.426 12.322 9.480 8.871 8.774 8.044 11.605 14.797 98.327 1.5 lt < CC < 2.5 lt (G/D) 6.957 5.622 3.399 4.232 4.878 4.471 4.614 5.067 6.013 45.253 MPV 4X2 TYPE 2.5 lt < CC < 3.0 lt (G) 910 930 506 647 565 779 719 685 551 6.292 CC > 3.0 lt (G) / 2.5 (D) 22 9 22 36 74 111 80 122 155 631 CC < 1.5 lt - - - - - - - - - - SUV 4X4 TYPE 1.5 lt < CC < 3.0 lt (G) / 2.5 (D) 41 114 79 74 83 117 119 93 101 821 CC > 3.0 lt (G) / 2.5 (D) 11 28 8 4 10 3 5 7 20 96 SUB TOTAL 22.170 19.507 17.998 16.055 16.021 15.663 14.947 19.095 23.324 164.7802. COMMERCIAL VEHICLES GVW 5 - 10 Ton (G/D) 61 61 5 89 85 71 121 148 104 745 BUS GVW 10 - 24 Ton (G/D) 63 39 46 26 40 62 86 69 49 480 GVW > 24 Ton (G/D) - - - - - - - - - - GVW <5 Ton (G/D) 2.271 3.193 4.182 3.237 3.695 4.493 3.917 4.682 5.582 35.252 GVW 5 - 10 Ton (G/D) 1.572 2.338 3.397 2.415 2.300 3.225 1.894 2.985 3.948 24.074 PICK UP / TRUCK GVW 10 - 24 Ton (G/D) 209 231 283 205 237 255 195 271 309 2.195 GVW > 24 Ton (G/D) 93 243 388 228 226 249 134 215 260 2.036 GVW <5 Ton (G/D) 434 347 538 321 473 549 583 520 449 4.214 DOUBLE CABIN 4X2 / 4X4 For all CC SUB TOTAL 4.703 6.452 8.839 6.521 7.056 8.904 6.930 8.890 10.701 68.996 DOMESTIC SALES 26.873 25.959 26.837 22.576 23.077 24.567 21.877 27.985 34.025 233.776 SALES CUM. TOTAL 26.873 52.832 79.669 102.245 125.322 149.889 171.766 199.751 233.776EXPORTS CBU (UNIT) 2.077 3.131 1.750 1.561 2.583 2.073 1.534 2.545 2.820 20.074 CKD (SET) 6.838 8.016 12.373 10.624 11.246 10.741 10.906 8.966 7.761 87.471 COMPONENTS (PIECES) 17.611 21.182 35.556 21.396 24.274 26.506 25.822 25.296 18.738 216.381Note :Not included CBU Imported Vehicles by General Importers Sorce : BTR-DINO
  17. 17. III-3. Market Prediction Oct-Nov-Dec 2006 III-3. Market Prediction Oct-Nov-Dec 2006 CATEGORY 2006 2007PASSENGER TYPE JAN~SEP OCT NOV DEC TOTAL SEM I SEM II TOTAL SEDAN 13,360 620 1,100 950 16,080 8,500 10,500 19,000 MPV 4x 2 150,503 14,500 23,500 21500 210,078 107,100 132,300 239,400 SUV 4x4 917 40 100 70 1,127 680 840 1,520 SUB TOTAL 164,780 15,160 24,700 22,520 227,285 116,280 143,640 259,920COMMERCIAL TYPE BUS 1,225 100 200 150 1,678 850 1,050 1,900 PICK UP/ TRUCK 67,771 5,680 9,000 8700 86,938 51,000 63,000 114,000 DOUBLE CABIN 4,214 60 100 100 4,524 1,870 2,310 4,180 SUB TOTAL 68,996 5,840 9,300 8,950 93,140 53,720 66,360 120,080 GRAND TOTAL 233,776 21,000 34,000 31,470 320,425 170,000 210,000 380,000Export CBU (unit) 20.074 3.000 3.000 3.000 29.254 20.000 25.000 45.000Export CKD (set) 87.471 10.000 10.000 10.000 117.471 65.000 75.000 140.000Export Comp. (pcs) 216.381 30.000 30.000 30.000 306.381 180.000 220.000 400.000 BTR-DINO
  18. 18. III-4. Forecast Assumption III-4. Forecast Assumption Domestic Market 2007 Domestic Market 2007Positive Negative• Macro Economic Trend •Natural Disaster• Stability • Security• EPA, FTA • Cabinet Reshuffle• New Brand, Product Introduction & Investment • Labor Mater• No domestic fuel (subsidy) price increase • World Conflict• Luxury Tax (PPnBM) case • International Oil price increase • 400.000 units as a Target (Stretching) • 380.000 units as a Normal Forecast (Gaikindo) • 360.000 units as a Prudence Forecast (Player) BTR-DINO
  19. 19. III-5. Domestic Market Prediction Oct-Nov-Dec and Year 2007 III-5. Domestic Market Prediction Oct-Nov-Dec and Year 2007 CATEGORY 2006 2007PASSENGER TYPE JAN~SEP OCT NOV DEC TOTAL SEM I SEM II TOTAL SEDAN 13,360 620 1,100 950 16,080 8,750 10,500 19,250 MPV 4x 2 150,503 14,500 23,500 21500 210,078 110,250 130,300 240,550 SUV 4x4 917 40 100 70 1,127 700 840 1,540 SUB TOTAL 164,780 15,160 24,700 22,520 227,285 119,700 141,640 261,340COMMERCIAL TYPE BUS 1,225 100 200 150 1,678 875 1,050 1,925 PICK UP/ TRUCK 67,771 5,680 9,000 8700 86,938 52,500 60,000 112,500 DOUBLE CABIN 4,214 60 100 100 4,524 1,925 2,310 4,235 SUB TOTAL 68,996 5,840 9,300 8,950 93,140 55,300 63,360 118,660 GRAND TOTAL 233,776 21,000 34,000 31,470 320,425 175,000 205,000 380,000Export CBU (unit) 20.074 3.000 3.000 3.000 29.254 20.000 25.000 45.000Export CKD (set) 87.471 10.000 10.000 10.000 117.471 65.000 75.000 140.000Export Comp. (pcs) 216.381 30.000 30.000 30.000 306.381 180.000 220.000 400.000 BTR-DINO
  20. 20. III-6. Domestic Automobile Vehicle Sales in Indonesia III-6. Domestic Automobile Vehicle Sales in Indonesia Forecast by Category Jan ––Dec 2007 Forecast by Category Jan Dec 2007 MONTH CATEGORY JAN FEB MAR APR MAY JUN JUL AUG SEP OCT NOV DEC TOTAL1 PASSENGER CARS SEDAN TYPE 1,250 1,250 1,500 1,500 1,750 1,500 1,500 1,500 2,000 1,500 2,000 1,750 19,000 MPV 4x2 TYPE 15,750 15,750 18,900 18,900 22,050 18,900 18,900 18,900 25,200 18,900 25,200 22,050 239,400 SUV 4x4 TYPE 100 100 120 120 140 120 120 120 160 120 160 140 1,520 SUB TOTAL 17,100 17,100 20,520 20,520 23,940 20,520 20,520 20,520 27,360 20,520 27,360 23,940 259,9202 COMMERCIAL CARS BUS 125 125 150 150 175 150 150 150 200 150 200 175 1,900 PICK UP/ TRUCK 7,500 7,500 9,000 9,000 10,500 9,000 9,000 9,000 12,000 9,000 12,000 10,500 114,000 DOUBLE CABIN 275 275 330 330 385 330 330 330 440 330 440 385 4,180 SUB TOTAL 7,900 7,900 9,480 9,480 11,060 9,480 9,480 9,480 12,640 9,480 12,640 11,060 120,080 DOMESTIC SALES 25,000 25,000 30,000 30,000 35,000 30,000 30,000 30,000 40,000 30,000 40,000 35,000 CUMMULATIVE 25,000 50,000 80,000 110,000 145,000 175,000 205,000 235,000 275,000 305,000 345,000 380,000Note : Not included CBU Imported Vehicles by General Importers BTR-DINO
  21. 21. III-7. Macro Economy Indicator Summary III-7. Macro Economy Indicator Summary 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Indicators (*) (**/ *) (*) (*) (*) GDP growth (%) 5.2~5.6 6.3 6.0~6.5 6.5~6.7 6.5~7.0 5.8~6.2 Inflation (%) 7-8 6.5 5-6 5-6 4-5 6~7 SBI 3 months (%) 10.5-11.5 8.5 7-8 7-8 6-7 8~9 IDR/USD 9300 9300 9000 9000 8800 9200 Oil Price ($) 60 63 60 50 50 65 Budget deficit 1-1.5 0 0.5 0.3 0.1 (% of GDP) 0.7~0.9Economic Outlook :* M. Chatib Basri – LPPM UI** APBN Rate 2007 BTR-DINO
  22. 22. TABLE Tableof Import Duty (BM) & Luxury Tax (PPn-BM) III-8. Table of Import Duty (BM) LUXURY TAX (PPn-BM) III-8. OF IMPORT DUTY (BM) & & Luxury Tax (PPn.BM) 2004-2006 UNIT KOMPONEN KATEGGORI KETERANGAN PPn.BM CBU CKD IKD Assy/BD IKD Pass Car w/seat < 10 cc < 1.5 lt 65(60) 35 15 *1) 15 10 *4) 30 (Sedan) 1.5 lt < cc< 3.0 lt(P) / 2.5lt(D) 70(60) 40 15 40 cc > 3.0 lt ( P) / 2.5 ( D ) 80(60) 50 15 75 *2) *5) Pass Car w/seat < 10 cc < 1.5 lt 45 25 15 15 10 10 *2) *5) 4x2 1.5 lt < cc< 2.5 lt 45 25 15 15 10 20 *2) *5) (Van) 2.5 lt < cc< 3.0 lt (P) 45 25 15 15 10 40 *2) *5) cc > 3.0 lt ( P) / 2.5 ( D ) 45 25 15 15 10 75 4x4 cc < 1.5 lt 45 25 15 30 (Jeep / Van 4x4) 1.5 lt < cc< 3.0 lt(P) / 2.5(D) 45 25 15 40 cc > 3.0 lt (P) / 2.5 (D) 45 25 15 75 Pass. Car w/seat > 10 5 ton < GVW< 24 ton ( P/D ) 40 25 5 *3) 15 10 *3) (Bus) GVW > 24 ton ( P/D ) 5(10) 5 5 15 10 *2) *5) GVW < 5 ton ( P/D ) 45 25 15 15 10 0 Trucks / Pick-Up GVW 5 - 24 ton ( P/D ) 40 25 5 *3) 15 10 *4) 0 *3) GVW > 24 ton ( P/D ) 10 5 5 0 Double Cab. 4x4 / 4x2 GVW < 5 ton ( P/D ) 45 25 15 *2) 15 10 *5) 20 (Passenger > 3) double cabin, all cc cc < 250 35 25 15 0 Motor Cycle 250 < cc < 500 60 25 15 60 cc > 500 60 25 15 75Notes :* Unit (CKD, CBU, IKD) 2004 based on Kep.Menteri Keuangan RI Blank Material = 5% *3) Exluding Body & Chassis, Engine No. : 465/KMK.01/2003 (20 October 2003) *1) Exluding Engine *4) For Engine only* PPnBM year 2004 based on PP No.43/2003 (31 July 2003) *2) Exluding Body & Chassis, Engine, *5) For Engine, Transmission, Drive Axle* P = Petrol, D = Diesel Transmission, Drive Axle * Assy / BD (Breakdown) Source : GAIKINDO Secretariat
  23. 23. III-10. Correction Domestic Market Total Sales and Future Trend Growth III-10. Correction Domestic Market Total Sales and Future Trend Growth 1 Million Club (Deperind) x 1,000 unit 800 800 750 750 680 700 620 630 600 600 570 534 540 530 520 483 500 470 470 379 387 400 440 400 354 380 332 330 322 318 301 299 360 320 300 261 310 211 End Year 2006 Sale Projection in Indonesia Market 200 170 Optimistic 534 -> 330 Units (6% ->38%Down) Moderate 435->320 Units (19% ->40.9%Down) 94 Pessimistic 350->310 Units (34% -> 42.0%Down) 100 58 0 2007 2008 2009 2010 1991 1998 2006 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 Note : year 1991 – 2005 actual domestic sales year 2006 – 2009 projection BTR-DINO
  24. 24. IV-1. Market Challenge on Automobile Mobility for Fuel and Lube Requirements IV-1. Market Challenge on Automobile Mobility for Fuel and Lube RequirementsFIVE FACTORS REQUETED MARKET CHALLENGE ON FUEL AND LUBRICANTION RELATED ON AUTOMOBILE MOBILITY LOW EMISSION LOW EMMITED LOW OIL UP BURNING CO,HC,NOx, PM, CO2 PM LOW OIL DOWN BURNING SAFELY DUMPING ON MAX SPEED SUITABLE BOUNCING O/T ACCELARATION SAFELY IN DRIVE COMFORT HIGH REPONSE DRIVE ABILITY SOFT DUMPING HIGH TEMP - SHEAR - LOW FRICTION WATER RESISTANCE H/D CHARACTERISTIC LONG LIVE INTERVAL CHANGE LOW FRICTION IN LITRE/KM H/D CHARACTERISTIC LOW FUEL-OIL CONSUMPTION NON LEADED LOW SULFUR NON METAL OCTANE BOOSTER LOW OIL UP BURNING LOW OIL DOWN BURNING Source : BPS
  25. 25. IV-2. Evacuated Combustion Product through E/X ––Leakage Gas Causing Adverse Effect IV-2. Evacuated Combustion Product through E/X Leakage Gas Causing Adverse Effect MECHANISM ON EVACATED COMBUSTION PRODUCT THROUGH E/X SYSTEM – LEAKAGE GAS CAUSING ADVERSE EFFECT FUEL LUBE AIR SOURCE SOURCE SOURCE COMPLETE INCOMPLETE SULFUR NITROGEN SCAVENGER OIL UP OIL UP BLOW BY COMBUSTION COMBUSTION CONTENT + OXYGEN DEPOSIT SULFUR HALOGEN WATER NOx PRECURSORS ACID ACID SOOT CARBON WEAR Air RUST Pollution VARNISH SLUDGE Source : BPS
  26. 26. IV-3. Avoided Problem on Vehicle as Fuel Requirements IV-3. Avoided Problem on Vehicle as Fuel Requirements IV.3.1.METALLIC OCTANE BOOSTER EFFECT GASOLINE ENGINE Effects of Metal (Mn) on Ex. Emissions 0.12 0.20NMOG - g/mi 0.10 Reference LDV 100K Std NOx - g/mi 0.15 0.08 0.06 0.10 0.04 Clear Clear 0.05 0.02 MMT MMT 0.00 0.00 0 20000 40000 60000 80000 100000 0 20000 40000 60000 80000 100000 Miles Miles 1.60 25 1.40 Clear 24CO - g/mi 1.20 MMT 1.00 Mpg 23 0.80 0.60 Clear 22 0.40 MMT 21 0.20 0.00 20 0 20000 40000 60000 80000 100000 0 20000 40000 60000 80000 100000 Miles Miles Source : Alliance of Automobile Manufactures (2002)
  27. 27. IV.3.2.METALLIC OCTANE BOOSTER EFFECT GASOLINE ENGINE Market Problem caused by Metals in Gasoline Market Problem caused by Metals in Gasoline (Manganese) (Manganese) Catalyst from the US Catalyst from Canada (mileage : 80,000km) (mileage : 78,400km)Particulate deposit is Oxides of Carbon Red deposit is Oxides of Mn Source : JAMA
  28. 28. IV.3.3.METALLIC OCTANE BOOSTER EFFECT GASOLINE ENGINE Effects of Metal (Ferrocene) on Insulator Resistance Perforemance of Spark Plug Lowering insulator resistance was observed after 32Hrs engine test when the fuel contained Ferrocene was used, as comparing with the reference plug using no additized gasoline after 300 Hrs test Source : WWFC Back ground data
  29. 29. IV.3.4.METALLIC OCTANE BOOSTER EFFECT GASOLINE ENGINE Effects of Metal (Mn) on Spark Plug 25000 mile 25000 mile with MMT 1/32 g/USG without MMTSpark plug fouling caused by Mn deposits was observed as using fuel contained MMT. Source : JAMA
  30. 30. IV.3.5.METALLIC OCTANE BOOSTER EFFECT GASOLINE ENGINE Market Problem caused by Metals in Gasoline (Ferrocene) Red deposit is Oxides of Fe Source : OEM data
  31. 31. IV.4.1. HIGH SULFUR, WATER & PARTICULATE CONTENT DIESEL ENGINE FOR DIESEL COMMON RAIL SYSTEM Common Rail Fuel Injection System SULFUR EDU ECU Injecto drive circuit Electric line max. 500ppm. r From ECU CPU Main circuit injection injection Fuel return buffer Pilo t circuit Fuel pressure Common Relief valve Fuel WATER sensor rail injector CONTENTaccelerator position max. 200ppm. Intake pressure Pressure Fuel Water temp. control tank Engine speed Cylinder signal valve From ECU Main relay PARTICULATE Fuel return Fuel supply Pump SENDIMENT Switch signals max. 10ppmw. High Pressure Fuel Injection (180MPa) Source : JAMA
  32. 32. IV.4.2. HIGH SULFUR, WATER & PARTICULATE CONTENT DIESEL ENGINE EFECT ON NOZZLE FUEL SPRAY Fuel Spray Change caused by Injection Hole Clogging in case of High both Fuel Spray Change caused by Injection Hole Clogging in case of High both Sulfur and Particulate-Sediment Sulfur and Particulate-Sediment Bottom view Normal Spray cloggingInjection hole Injection Foreign material Hole Clogging Source : JAMA
  33. 33. IV.4.3. HIGH SULFUR, WATER & PARTICULATE CONTENT DIESEL ENGINE EFFECT ON INJECTION PUMP Influence on Pump caused by Water Content more than 200 ppm.Water Invasion Lower Abnormal wear Plunger Lubricity Seizure (Seizure / Abnormal wear / Breakage) on sliding portion Rust Strength Plunger Spring occurrence of Pump decline (Breakage) parts Metal Bearing (Seizure / Abnormal wear) Thrust Washer (Seizure / Abnormal wear) Feed Pump (Seizure / Abnormal wear) Suction Valve Seat (Abnormal wear) Delivery Valve Seat Source : JAMA (Abnormal wear) Source : BTS-EKR
  34. 34. IV.4.4. HIGH SULFUR, WATER & PARTICULATE CONTENT DIESEL ENGINE EFECT ON INJECTOR Influence on Injector caused by Particulate more than 10 ppm .Contamination Fuel by Particulate Seizure of Valve sliding sticking surface Piston Command sticking Needle Nozzle sticking Fluid Valve Seat grinding poor seal Orifice change flow rate Injection hole change flow rate Nozzle Seat poor oil tight Clogging Injection holeSource : JAMA poor fuel spray
  35. 35. IV.5.1. Alkalinity, Fatty acids, Glycerine. Market Problem Ford presentation in World Fuels Conference, Sydney @Oct. 27, 2003
  36. 36. IV.5.2. Carbonic Acid Salt on Bio Diesel (Market Problem) (Bio diesel) Adhesive material (Carbonic Acid Salt) Valve Filter (Parts of Fuel Injection Pump) Bio fuels produce adhesive deposit because of low oxidation stability poor driveability by sticking moving parts in pump and injector Source : JAMA
  37. 37. IV.5.3. Rust Problem Find Out on Fuel Tank after Tested with BIO DIESEL - Fuel Tank Tests - Test Fuel: Commercial diesel fuel blended the FAME meets EN14214 by 5vol% Fuel Tank Lower Fuel Tank Upper Source : JAMA
  38. 38. IV.5.4. Problem find out on The Test Result with Bio Diesel Fuel Source : JAMA
  39. 39. IV.6.1 Problem Should be Avoided as Methanol Blending Component on Gasoline IV.6.1 Problem Should be Avoided as Methanol Blending Component on GasolineTest Fuels : Methanol 3v% blending GasolineTest Vehicles : LDV & LDT (Carb. & EFi), Number of Vehicles = 22 vehiclesMileage : Fleet test on road (33,800 ~ 50,000) KM Source from JARI = Japan Automobile Research Institute. Conformity test was sponsored by METI (1980 ~ 1987) Items ResultsDriveability Ambient Some drivers felt poor driveability Hot Rough idle was observed on 5 vehicles in 22 test vehicles)Cold startability Some drivers felt poor startabilityExhaust emissions Same level to normal gasolineFuel economy Worsen by 2 ~ 5% in volume baseEngine durability Engine lubricant deterioration -> wear of crank journalParts in fuel system Corrosion in metal parts, Level gage failure etc. Fuel Hose : same as gasoline (no problem was observed) Fuel tank : corrosions were observed Fuel Filter : same as gasoline (no problem was observed) Fuel level gage : problems on sensor were observed Injector : deposits were observed Pressure regulator : cracks in diaphragm were observed Pulsation dumper : cracks in diaphragm were observed Engine wear : higher level of metals caused by wear in engine oil
  40. 40. IV.6.2 Problem Find Out the Effect on Vehicle is caused by Ethanol Blended on Gasoline● For vehicles that has already been released in the market, the effects of ethanol must be verified.● A period of time would be required for the developing and manufacturing of vehicle. Characteristic of Ethanol Blended Gasoline Subjects Conformation ItemsIncrease of Vapor Pressure Effect for Drivability Increase of Evaporative Emission Increase of VOC(volatile organic compound) → Photochemical SmogCharacteristic by Oxygen Change of Exhaust Gas Components Production of Peroxide and AldehydeDecrease of Calorific Value Change of Fuel EconomyHigh Water Absorbent/ Metal Corrosion in Fuel SystemLow Oxidation Stability Wet Corrosion / Dry Corrosion )(Production of Peroxide) Deterioration of Materials Hydrolysis of Rubber and Resin Source : JAMA
  41. 41. IV.6.3. Problem Find Out the Effect on Vehicle is caused by Ethanol Blended on Gasoline Dry Corrosions Effects of Ethanol on Metals Immersion test results Test condition F ingle-material(Scratched in liquid), Water content minimum(Virgin), Immersion in liquid S Material F1050 A Befor After Base(E0) E1 E3 E5 E7 E10 Material F6061 A Complete dissolution Before After Base(E0) E1 E3 E5 E7 E10 Material FDC12 A Before After Base(E0) E1 E3 E5 E7 E10 Source : SAE 2005-01-3710
  42. 42. IV.6.4. Problem Find Out the Effect on Vehicle is caused by Ethanol Blended on Gasoline Effects of Ethanol on Elastomer 70 deg.C x 760 Hr 20 FKM Volume Change, % 15 E10 H-NBR 10 FKM 5 E0 H-NBR 0 0 200 400 600 800 Duration, HrMETI FAME Conformity Test Report
  43. 43. IV.7.1. Problem Should be Avoided on I/C Engine as Lube Requirements IV.7.1. Problem Should be Avoided on I/C Engine as Lube Requirements PROPER PROPER API SAE GRADE VISCOSITY 800 oC DEPOSITE PISTON BUILD UP STUCK SLUDGE VARNIS EMULSION ON PISTON SKIRT EXCESSIVE BLOWBY WEAR GAS OIL DOWN FLOW OIL BURN OUT FROM I/V FLOW FROM E/V EXCESSIVE WEAR EXCESSIVE WEAR FILTER CLOGING SCUFF, HEAVY FRETTLING CONTACT ACID ALKALINITY PARTICULATE OIL CRANK CASE CONTAMINATION Source : BPS
  44. 44. IV.7.2. Problem Should be Avoided on T/M-S/T and D/T Engine as Lube Requirements IV.7.2. Problem Should be Avoided on T/M-S/T and D/T Engine as Lube Requirements GEAR USED ON TRANSMISSION (T/M) MECHANISM GEAR USED ON DIFFERENTIAL (D/T) MECHANISM STRIGHT CUT GEAR – CYLINDER CUT GEAR HUMMING NOISE GEAR USED ON STEERING (S/T) MECHANISM SCORRING FAILURE HYPOID GEAR ON SURFACE GEAR PITTING FAILURE ON SURFACE GEAR BEVEL GEAR WORM WHEEL AND PINION GEAR SPIRAL GEAR RACK AND PINION GEAR Source : BPS
  45. 45. IV.7.3.1. Current Situation Lubrication Requirements by Brand IV.7.3.1. Current Situation Lubrication Requirements by Brand BRAND PELUMAS API/ILSAC SAE VOLUME (L) NORMAL USE (KM) SEVERE USE (KM) ENGINE OIL SL 10W-30 3.0 10.000 8.000 TOYOTA T/M OIL -AT ATF T-IV - 8.0 80.000 64.000 KIJANG T/M OIL -MT GL-4 80W-90 6.0 40.000 32.000INOVA (G) DIFF. OIL -MT GL-5 80W-90 3.0 40.000 32.000 ENGINE OIL CE 10W-40 5.0 10.000 8.000 TOYOTA T/M OIL -AT ATF T-IV - 8.0 80.000 64.000 KIJANG T/M OIL -MT GL-4 80W-90 6.0 40.000 32.000INOVA (D) DIFF. OIL -MT GL-5 80W-90 3.0 40.000 32.000 ENGINE OIL SJ 10W-30 3.0 10.000 8.000TOYOTA T/M OIL -AT ATF T-IV - 8.0 40.000 34.000AVANSA T/M OIL -MT GL-4 75W-90 6.0 40.000 32.000 (G) DIFF. OIL -MT GL-5 80W-90 3.0 40.000 32.000 ENGINE OIL SL 10W-30 3.0 10.000 8.000TOYOTA T/M OIL -AT ATF T-IV - 8.0 80.000 64.000DYNA (D) T/M OIL -MT GL-5 90 6.0 40.000 32.000 DIFF. OIL -MT GL-5 140 3.0 40.000 32.000 Source : OEM
  46. 46. IV.7.3.2. Current Situation Lubrication Requirements by Brand IV.7.3.2. Current Situation Lubrication Requirements by Brand BRAND PELUMAS API/ILSAC SAE VOLUME (L) NORMAL USE (KM) SEVERE USE (KM) ENGINE OIL SC 10W-30 3.0 5.000 3.000MITSUBISHI T/M OIL -AT - - - - -COLT T120 T/M OIL -MT GL-4 90 6.0 20.000 15.000 (G) DIFF. OIL -MT GL-5 90 3.0 20.000 15.000 ENGINE OIL CC 20W-50 5.9 5.000 3.000MITSUBISHI T/M OIL -AT - - - - - SL T/M OIL -MT GL-4 90 6.0 20.000 15.000 (D) DIFF. OIL -MT GL-4 90 3.0 20.000 15.000 ENGINE OIL CC/CD 40 4.0 4.000 3.000MITSUBISHI T/M OIL -AT - - - - - FE T/M OIL -MT GL-4 90 4.0 10.000 8.000 (D) DIFF. OIL -MT GL-5 140 2.7/4.5 10.000 8.000 ENGINE OIL CC/CD 40 3.0 5.000 3.000MITSUBISHI FUSO T/M OIL -AT - - - - - (D) T/M OIL -MT GL-4 90 8/9.5/16/7.5/7 20.000 15.000 DIFF. OIL -MT GL-5 140 6.0/22/10 20.000 15.000 Source : OEM
  47. 47. IV.7.3.3. Current Situation Lubrication Requirements by Brand IV.7.3.3. Current Situation Lubrication Requirements by Brand BRAND PELUMAS API/ILSAC SAE VOLUME (L) NORMAL USE (KM) SEVERE USE (KM) ENGINE OIL SG 20W-50 2.3 5000 3.000DAIHATSU T/M OIL -AT - - - - -XENIA (G) T/M OIL -MT GL-4 75W-90 1.2 10.000 8.000 DIFF. OIL -MT GL-5 90 1.6 10.000 8.000 ENGINE OIL CE 10W-40 3.5 5.000 3.000DAIHATSU T/M OIL -AT - - - - - TARUNA T/M OIL -MT GL-4 90 1.7 10.000 8.000 (G) DIFF. OIL -MT GL-5 90 1.55 10.000 8.000 ENGINE OIL SJ 20W-50 3.7 5.000 3.000DAIHATSU ZEBRA T/M OIL -AT - - - - - (G) T/M OIL -MT GL-4 90 1.6 10.000 8.000 DIFF. OIL -MT GL-5 90 1.2 10.000 8.000 Source : OEM
  48. 48. IV.7.3.5. Current Situation Lubrication Requirements by Brand IV.7.3.5. Current Situation Lubrication Requirements by Brand BRAND PELUMAS API/ILSAC SAE VOLUME (L) NORMAL USE (KM) SEVERE USE (KM) ENGINE OIL SG 20W-50 2.3 5000 3.000DAIHATSU T/M OIL -AT - - - - -XENIA (G) T/M OIL -MT GL-4 75W-90 1.2 10.000 8.000 DIFF. OIL -MT GL-5 90 1.6 10.000 8.000 ENGINE OIL CE 10W-40 3.5 5.000 3.000DAIHATSU T/M OIL -AT - - - - - TARUNA T/M OIL -MT GL-4 90 1.7 10.000 8.000 (G) DIFF. OIL -MT GL-5 90 1.55 10.000 8.000 ENGINE OIL SJ 20W-50 3.7 5.000 3.000DAIHATSU ZEBRA T/M OIL -AT - - - - - (G) T/M OIL -MT GL-4 90 1.6 10.000 8.000 DIFF. OIL -MT GL-5 90 1.2 10.000 8.000 Source : OEM
  49. 49. V.1. Relation Government ––OEM Automobile Industry & Oil and Gas Industry V.1. Relation Government OEM Automobile Industry & Oil and Gas Industry Role of Government POLICY FUEL FOSIL & LUBE ALTERNATIVE FORMULATED REGULATORY PRODUCT STANDARD MONITORING AUTOMOTIVE OIL & GAS SUPPLY PRODUK AS INDUSTRY INDUSTRY OEM REQUIREMENTS OEM PRODUCT FORMULATION REQUIREMENT SAFELY, LOW FUEL INPUT CONSUMPTION, LOW EMISSION AND COMFORT WARRANTY 2TH -> 3TH NGO ORGANDA CLAIM ? CLAIM ? MEMBER SCHOOL, ASOSIASI UNIVERSITY Government END USER PELAKU BISNIS Source : BPS
  50. 50. V. 2. Summary V. 2. Summary • 400.000 units as a Target (Stretching) 1. Market 2007 Growth 1. Market 2007 Growth • 380.000 units as a Normal Forecast (Gaikindo) with forecast assumption with forecast assumption • 360.000 units as a Prudence Forecast (Player) Positive Negative • Macro Economic Trend • Natural Disaster • Stability • Security • EPA, FTA • Cabinet Reshuffle • New Brand, Product Introduction & Investment • Labor Mater • No domestic fuel (subsidy) price increase • World Conflict • Luxury Tax (PPnBM) case • International Oil price increase2. GAIKINDO is committed to realize EURO2 Emission Regulation starts in January 2005 New model and in January 2007 for Current model, the Adopting ASEAN as a common Fuel Specification for Indonesian Fuel Specification of EURO-2 considering the following important points : GASOLINE SPECIFICATION DIESEL SPECIFICATION 1. Unleaded Gasoline, SULFUR contents max. 500 ppm. 2. No Metallic Octane Booster, Water contents max. 200 mg/Kg. 3. SULFUR Contents max. 500 ppm. Particulates max. 10 mg/l. 4. RON min. 91 Cetane Number min. 503. Bio Methanol is avoided, Ethanol (ETBE)&FAME concentration are max 3% and 5% v/v4. Low Oil Consumption, Long Oil Change Interval, comply OEM req. is recommended.5. Good FQMS, House Keeping, Enough Spec at Retail Level for Fuel & Lube is recommended
  51. 51. Thank you Optimistic Person is always focus on a part of solution, andPesimistic Person is always stayed too long as a part of problem BTR-DINO-BPS

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