Isuzu Thailand opens a new, 200,000-unit truck assembly plant and says it will have to start expanding the facility immediately to meet growing worldwide demand. The TB6.5 billion ($211.8 million) plant at the Gateway City Industrial Estate in Chachoengsao, 100 miles (161 km) east of Bangkok, is building D-Max pickup and medium/heavy-duty trucks. “We decided to increase (our) investment because we can see much more demand for the D-Max coming in,” Tri Petch Isuzu Sales ...

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