D-Max demand exceeded supply from Thailand in recent months.
Isuzu announces a TB6.5 billion ($211.8 million) plant in Thailand that will produce 100,000 1-ton pickups and 30,000 bigger trucks a year and raise the auto maker’s annual output to more than 300,000 units. The new plant at Gateway Industrial Estate in Chachoengsao, 100 miles (160 km) east of Bangkok, will be Tri Petch Isuzu’s second after its Samrong plant in Samut Prakan outside Bangkok with annual capacity of 200,000 vehicles. The Nation English-language newspaper ...
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