Thailand Automotive Institute, a partner of BUS & TRUCK ’19, points that this is an event gathering technology and innovation around the world to showcase in Thailand. The institute invites car users and people to visit the event and recommends the business owners involved in this industry to come in order to see the development of the opponents or foreign manufacturers and in order to bring the lessons to develop themselves so as to level up the capability in competing the market.
Mr. Adisak Rohitasune, Member of the Board of Directors and Acting President of Thailand Automotive Institute, revealed that in this upcoming BUS & TRUCK ’19 or the 16th ASEAN Commercial and Special Purposes Vehicles Exposition which will be organized by TTF International Co., Ltd. late this year, Thailand Automotive Institute will fully support because this event gathers technology and innovation around the world to showcase in Thailand.
Mr. Adisak viewed BUS & TRUCK ’19 as a good chance for people in the vehicle industry and related industries such as auto spare part manufacturers, auto frame manufacturers, garages, and software or application related to cars developers to see new innovation from the opponents or foreign manufacturers and bring the lessons to develop themselves in order to effectively level up the capability in competing the market in the future.
“It’s time to learn trends of the future change. BUS & TRUCK ’19, the ASEAN exposition for commercial and special purposes vehicles, is the only event gathering technology and modern innovation from international commercial vehicle manufacturers and distributors to showcase in Thailand. Consequently, it is unnecessary to travel abroad to see them. I would like to invite the business owners in vehicle industry or related industries, car users, and interested people to visit the event that is both useful and entertaining. I do admire and want to support the organizers of this event because they see the significance of bringing commercial vehicle technology and innovation to Thai people. It aligns with the guidelines for development of commercial vehicles that will change in the near future.” said Mr. Adisak.