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Trends and Policy of Thailand Automotive Industry and Electric Vehicles Mr.Vichai Jirathiyut President, Thailand Automotive Institute
Trends and Policy of Thailand Automotive Industry and Electric Vehicles Mr.Vichai Jirathiyut President, Thailand Automotive Institute

Trends and Policy of Thailand Automotive Industry and Electric Vehicles

Mr.Vichai Jirathiyut President, Thailand Automotive Institute

December 3, 2015 (30 minutes)

Outline

Outline I. World Automotive Industry Trend II. ASEAN Automotive Industry Overview III. Thailand Automotive I ndustry
Outline I. World Automotive Industry Trend II. ASEAN Automotive Industry Overview III. Thailand Automotive I ndustry
  • I. World Automotive Industry Trend

II. ASEAN Automotive Industry Overview III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview and Current Position IV. Policy & Trend

I. World Automotive Industry Trend
I. World Automotive Industry Trend

I. World Automotive Industry Trend

I. Global Economic Trend Challenges for Thailand

I. Global Economic Trend  Challenges for Thailand Global Economic Trend in 2050 impact to Thai
I. Global Economic Trend  Challenges for Thailand Global Economic Trend in 2050 impact to Thai

Global Economic Trend in 2050 impact to Thai land, be challenged by new competitors

Indonesia, Germany, Japan, Brazil, UK
Indonesia,
Germany,
Japan,
Brazil,
UK

Source: The Economist Intelligence Unit

I. World motor vehicle production

I. World motor vehicle production Source: International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturer s (OICA)
I. World motor vehicle production Source: International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturer s (OICA)
I. World motor vehicle production Source: International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturer s (OICA)

Source: International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (OICA)

I. World motor vehicle sales

I. World motor vehicle sales Source: International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturer s (OICA)
I. World motor vehicle sales Source: International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturer s (OICA)
I. World motor vehicle sales Source: International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturer s (OICA)

Source: International Organization of Motor Vehicle Manufacturers (OICA)

II. ASEAN AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY OVERVIEW
II. ASEAN AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

II. ASEAN AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY OVERVIEW

II. ASEAN Automotive Industry Overview

II. ASEAN Automotive Industry Overview ASEAN Key Indicators • Population 2014 • GDP 2014 : 629
II. ASEAN Automotive Industry Overview ASEAN Key Indicators • Population 2014 • GDP 2014 : 629
ASEAN Key Indicators • Population 2014 • GDP 2014 : 629 million : 2,465 billion USD
ASEAN Key Indicators
• Population 2014
• GDP 2014
: 629
million
: 2,465
billion USD
• GDP Growth rate 2014 : 5.7 %
• Total Production
• Total Sales
: 4.0
million units
Philippines
: 3.2
million units
• Population
: 103
million
• Production
: 88,845
units
Vietnam
• Sales
: 234,747
units
• Population
: 92
million
• Product Champion : Auto
• Production
: 121,084 units
parts (Transmission)
• Sales
: 133,588
units
• ProductChampion
:Motorcycle
Thailand
• Population
: 68
million
• Production
: 1,880,007 units
• Sales
: 881,832
units
• Product Champion : 1-ton Pick
up, Eco Car
Malaysia
• Population
: 30
million
• Production
: 596,418
units
• Sales
: 666,465
units
• Product Champion : Passenger Car
Indonesia
• Population
: 255
million
• Production
: 1,298,523
units
• Sales
: 1,208,019
units
• Product Champion : MPV, LCGC
II. ASEAN Automotive Industry Overview ASEAN Key Indicators • Population 2014 • GDP 2014 : 629

II. ASEAN Automotive Industry Overview

II. ASEAN Automotive Industry Overview (thousands) ASEAN Motor vehicle production and sales 5,000 4,439 Production 4,238
(thousands) ASEAN Motor vehicle production and sales 5,000 4,439 Production 4,238 3,985 4,000 3,102 2,995 3,550
(thousands)
ASEAN Motor vehicle production and sales
5,000
4,439
Production
4,238
3,985
4,000
3,102
2,995
3,550
3,473
3,000
2,697
Domestic sales
3,190
2,216
2,124
2,022
2,596
2,516
2,000
2,127
1,887
1,913
1,782
1,000
0
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014

Source: ASEAN Automotive Federation (AAF) Note: ASEAN countries exclude Cambodia, Laos and Myanmar

II. ASEAN Automotive Industry Overview

II. ASEAN Automotive Industry Overview ASEAN Motorcycle production and sales (thousand) 20,000 14,982 14,546 14,099 Production,
ASEAN Motorcycle production and sales (thousand) 20,000 14,982 14,546 14,099 Production, 14,164 15,000 13,843 14,610 11,452
ASEAN Motorcycle production and sales
(thousand)
20,000
14,982
14,546
14,099
Production, 14,164
15,000
13,843
14,610
11,452
13,869
13,634
Sales, 13,563
13,217
10,000
11,241
5,000
0
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014

Source: ASEAN Automotive Federation , Analyze by Thailand Automotive Institute Note: ASEAN countries exclude Cambodia Laos and Myanmar

II. ASEAN Truck Pr oduction

II. ASEAN Truck Pr oduction Source: OICA, Analyze by TAI Vietnam 2014 2,600 2013 2,020 2012
Source: OICA, Analyze by TAI Vietnam 2014 2,600 2013 2,020 2012 1,570 Philippines 2011 1,277 Thailand
Source: OICA, Analyze by TAI
Vietnam
2014
2,600
2013
2,020
2012
1,570
Philippines
2011
1,277
Thailand
2014
4,720
2010
1,952
2013
3,700
2009
884
2014
14,930
2012
8,970
2008
1,334
2013
41,342
2011
8,112
2012
34,852
2010
9,497
2011
14,466
2009
6,861
2010
16,258
2008
7,976
2009
10,930
2008
13,018
Malaysia
Indonesia
2014
5,100
2013
4,620
2014
125,610
2012
5,194
2013
136,746
2011
6,012
2012
147,010
2010
4,384
2011
120,522
2009
3,217
2010
100,230
2008
4,146
2009
55,766
2008
81,332

II. ASEAN Bus Pr oduction

II. ASEAN Bus Pr oduction Source: OICA, Analyze by TAI 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009
Source: OICA, Analyze by TAI
Source: OICA, Analyze by TAI

2014

2013

2012

2011

2010

2009

2008

Vietnam : n.a. 589 Phillipines : n.a. 756 582 463 487 458 Malaysia Indonesia 2014 740
Vietnam : n.a.
589
Phillipines : n.a.
756
582
463
487
458
Malaysia
Indonesia
2014
740
2013
856
2014
4,683
2012
589
2013
4,702
2011
1,128
2012
5,299
2010
1,081
2011
4,195
2009
798
2010
4,106
2008
1,208
2009
2,328
2008
2,956

Thailand

376
376
ASEAN strengthen with the comprehensive partnership ASEAN +3 [Japan, China, Korea] ASEAN + 6 [RCEP] [Japan,
ASEAN strengthen with the comprehensive partnership ASEAN +3 [Japan, China, Korea] ASEAN + 6 [RCEP] [Japan,
ASEAN strengthen with the comprehensive partnership ASEAN +3 [Japan, China, Korea] ASEAN + 6 [RCEP] [Japan,

ASEAN strengthen with the comprehensive partnership

ASEAN strengthen with the comprehensive partnership ASEAN +3 [Japan, China, Korea] ASEAN + 6 [RCEP] [Japan,
ASEAN +3 [Japan, China, Korea]
ASEAN +3
[Japan, China, Korea]
ASEAN + 6 [RCEP] [Japan, China, Korea, India, Australia, New Zealand] *RCEP: Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership
ASEAN + 6
[RCEP]
[Japan, China, Korea, India, Australia,
New Zealand]
*RCEP: Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership
III. THAILAND AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY OVERVIEW AND CURRENT POSITION
III.
III.

THAILAND AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY OVERVIEW AND CURRENT POSITION

III. Thailand Positioning in World Motor Vehicle Production Ranking

III. Thailand Positioning in World Motor Vehicle Production Ranking Data source: OICA ; Analyzed by TAI
III. Thailand Positioning in World Motor Vehicle Production Ranking Data source: OICA ; Analyzed by TAI
Data source: OICA ; Analyzed by TAI
Data source: OICA ; Analyzed by TAI

World motor vehicle production ranking 2014

2 7
2
7
10
10
14 4 13 9
14
4
13
9
11
11
3 1 5 12 6
3
1
5
12
6
8
8
15
15

Production 2014 (x1,000,000 units)

1. China 2. USA 3. Japan 4. Germany 5. South Korea 23.72 6. India 3.84 11.
1. China
2. USA
3. Japan
4. Germany
5. South Korea
23.72
6. India
3.84 11. Russia
1.89
11.66
7. Mexico
3.36 12. Thailand
1.88
9.77
8. Brazil
3.14 13. France
1.81
5.90
9. Spain
2.40 14. UK
2.39 15. Indonesia
1.59
4.52
10. Canada
1.29

15

III. Thailand Positioning in World Motorcyle Production Ranking

III. Thailand Positioning in World Motorcyle Production Ranking World motorcycle production ranking 2013 23 million 16
III. Thailand Positioning in World Motorcyle Production Ranking World motorcycle production ranking 2013 23 million 16
III. Thailand Positioning in World Motorcyle Production Ranking World motorcycle production ranking 2013 23 million 16

World motorcycle production ranking 2013

III. Thailand Positioning in World Motorcyle Production Ranking World motorcycle production ranking 2013 23 million 16
23 million 16 million 7 million
23
million
16
million
7
million

Production 2013 (x1,000,000 units)

1. China

22.89

2. 16.41 India
2. 16.41
India
  • 3. 7.78

Indonesia

4. 3.26 Vietnam
4. 3.26
Vietnam
  • 5. 2.21

Thailand

III. Thailand Positioning in World Motorcyle Production Ranking World motorcycle production ranking 2013 23 million 16

III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview

III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview International car production base
III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview International car production base

International car production base

III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview International car production base
III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview International car production base
III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview International car production base
III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview International car production base
III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview International car production base
III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview International car production base
III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview International car production base
III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview International car production base
III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview International car production base
III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview International car production base
III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview International car production base

III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview

III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview
III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview

III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview

III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview Source: Analyzed by Automotive Intelligence Unit (AIU), TAI, 2015
III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview Source: Analyzed by Automotive Intelligence Unit (AIU), TAI, 2015
III. Thailand Automotive Industry Overview Source: Analyzed by Automotive Intelligence Unit (AIU), TAI, 2015

Source: Analyzed by Automotive Intelligence Unit (AIU), TAI, 2015

VI. Policy and Trend
VI. Policy and Trend

VI. Policy and Trend

VI. Policy and Trend of ASEAN Countries

VI. Policy and Trend of ASEAN Countries Trend of Policy on ASEAN Countries Automotive Industry Thailand
VI. Policy and Trend of ASEAN Countries Trend of Policy on ASEAN Countries Automotive Industry Thailand
VI. Policy and Trend of ASEAN Countries Trend of Policy on ASEAN Countries Automotive Industry Thailand

Trend of Policy on ASEAN Countries Automotive Industry

Thailand VISION “Thailand is a global green automotive production base with strong domestic supply chains which
Thailand
VISION “Thailand is a global green automotive production base with strong domestic supply chains
which create high value added for the country”
Promoted Eco car II
-
Emission Standard EURO V CO2 <100 gram./km.
- Fuel consumption 4.3 litr/100 km.
-
Passive and Active Safety Standard based on UN ECE reg.

Malaysia

Malaysia Indonesia

Indonesia

Malaysia Indonesia

Green Initiative

Promoted Low Cost Green Car

  • - Announced NAP 2014

  • - Target: EEV (Energy Efficient Vehicles) means efficient with CO2/km. and fuel consumption (incl. ICE, Hybrid, EV, CNG, LPG, Biodiesel, Ethanol, Hydrogen, Fuel cell)

  • - The 3 main directions: Investment, Technology and Engineering and Market Expansion

  • - The 3 main strategies: Human Capital Development, Supply Chain Development and Safety, Security and Environment

And Low Carbon Emission Program (LCGC & LCEP)

LCGC: 20 km./L. GV 1.0-1.2 cc., DV1.0-1.5 cc. Luxury tax 0% from current rate 10% LCEP: • FE 20-28 km/L:

25% reduction (currently 20-75%) • FE 28 km/L and more:

50% reduction (currently 20-75%) • Electric vehicles: 0%

Analyzed by Automotive Intelligence Unit (AIU), TAI, 2014

Source: NAP 2014 and AAF Report 2014

VI. Policy and Trend

VI. Policy and Trend Eco-Car Phase I vs. Eco-Car Phase II Eco-car phase I • Clean:
VI. Policy and Trend Eco-Car Phase I vs. Eco-Car Phase II Eco-car phase I • Clean:

Eco-Car Phase I vs. Eco-Car Phase II

Eco-car phase I • Clean: Euro 4 or higher (UN ECE R83 rev.2 (2005) or higher)
Eco-car phase I
Clean: Euro 4 or higher
(UN ECE R83 rev.2 (2005) or higher)
Efficiency:
Fuel consumption < 5 L/100 km
CO 2 emission < 120 g/km
(UN ECE 101 rev.1)
Safety:
Passive : full frontal and side impact
protection based on UNECE regulations
(UN ECE R94 rev.0, R95 rev.0)
Eco-car phase II • Clean: Euro 5 or higher (UN ECE R83 (06) rev.4 or higher)
Eco-car phase II
Clean: Euro 5 or higher
(UN ECE R83 (06) rev.4 or higher)
Efficiency:
Fuel consumption < 4.3 L/100 km
CO 2 emission < 100 g/km
(UN ECE 101 rev.2 or higher)
Safety:
Passive Safety: full frontal and side
impact protection based on UNECE
regulations Active Safety: ABS, ESC
(UN ECE R94 rev.1, R95 rev.1 or higher
and R13H rev.2 or higher)

VI. Policy and Trend

VI. Policy and Trend Criteria and Incentives of Eco car II Criteria  Package: Car assembly
VI. Policy and Trend Criteria and Incentives of Eco car II Criteria  Package: Car assembly

Criteria and Incentives of Eco car II

Criteria  Package: Car assembly + Engine manufacturing + Part manufacturing  Actual production not less
Criteria
Package: Car assembly + Engine
manufacturing + Part manufacturing
Actual production not less than 100,000
units per year from year 4
Have to start by 2019
Qualification
4.3 liter per 100 km.
Euro V standard
CO 2 not exceed 100 grams per km.
Safety standard UN ECE R 94&95
Safety part: ABS ESC
At lease 4 of the 5 Cs of engine parts
Investment minimum: 6.5 billion Baht
Deadline submission 31 March 2014
Incentives  Exemption of import duty on machinery  Up to 90% import duty reduction on
Incentives
Exemption of import duty on
machinery
Up to 90% import duty reduction on
raw material
Exemption on corporate income tax
of 6 years, not exceed the project
investment amount
One or Two additional year if there is
investment or expenditure in
developing Thai auto part suppliers

VI. Policy and Trend

VI. Policy and Trend Structure of Thailand Automotive Excise Tax โครงสรางภาษ ้ ปี ัจจ ุบนั โครงสรางภาษ
VI. Policy and Trend Structure of Thailand Automotive Excise Tax โครงสรางภาษ ้ ปี ัจจ ุบนั โครงสรางภาษ
VI. Policy and Trend Structure of Thailand Automotive Excise Tax โครงสรางภาษ ้ ปี ัจจ ุบนั โครงสรางภาษ

Structure of Thailand Automotive Excise Tax

   

โครงสรางภาษ

ปี ัจจ ุบนั

 

โครงสรางภาษ

ที ี่ ครม. ม มตี

เหิ

็นชอบ

ประเภทรถยนต

ื่

ขนาดเครองยนต

 

อตราภาษ

ี(รอยละ)

CO 2

 

อตราภาษ

ี(รอยละ)

 

(แรงมา้

HP)

E10

 

E20

E85

 

E10/E20

E85/NGV

Hybrid

รถยนตน์ ง่ั

                 

รถยนตน์ ั่ง, รถยนตโดยสารท

มี่ ีทนี่ ั่งไม ่เกนิ

10 คน

≤2,000 CC

     

25

22*

  • 30 100 g/km

 

}

 

} 25 *

10*

 

30*

20

 

2,001-2,500 CC

     
  • 35 30

 
  • 27 101-150 g/km

           
  • 32 151-200 g/km

>200 g/km

   

35

30

25

2,501-3,000 CC

 
  • 40 35

40

35

30

 

> 3,000 CC

     
  • 50 50

 
  • 50 >3,000 CC

 

50

50

50

 

(เก นิ

220 HP)

                 

PPV / DC / Space Cab / Pick up

 

≤3,250 CC

   

20/12/ - /3,18

≤2 00 g/km

 

25*/12/5/3,18

>200 g/km

30/15/7/5,18

 

>3,250 CC

   

50

> 3,250 CC

 

50

Eco Car (Benzine/Diesel ) / E85

1,300/1,400 CC

   

17

100 g/km

 

14*/12*

     

101-120 g/km

 

17/17

Electric Vehicle / Fuel Cell / H ybrid

≤3,000 CC

   

10

   

10

     

10

   

**

 

> 3,000 CC

   

50

> 3,000 CC

 

50

NGV-OEM

≤3,000 CC

   

20

   

**

 

> 3,000 CC

   

50

> 3,000 CC

 

50

หมายเหต* : าหนดมาตรฐานความปลอดภ

ยั (Active Safety) าหร ํ บรถยนต ั น์ งั่ รถยนตท์ ม่ี ที น่ี งไม ั่ เก่ นิ 10 คน ทม่ี ีCO 2 500 g/km /รถยนต PPV ทม่ี ีCO 2 200 g/km /รถยนต

 

Eco Car ทม่ี ีCO 2 100 g/km

** อยในโครงสร

ู่

างของรถยนต

น์ งทั่ พ่ี จารณาจาก

CO 2 เป็นหลกั

 

* ทม่ี ความจ

บต ู งแต ั้ ่ 1,780 CC แต่ไมเก่ นิ 2,000 CC

กระบอกส

 

Source: The Excise Department, Ministry of Finance (Thailand)

VI. Policy and Trend

VI. Policy and Trend Energy Efficiency Standardization
VI. Policy and Trend Energy Efficiency Standardization

Energy Efficiency Standardization

VI. Policy and Trend Energy Efficiency Standardization
VI. Policy and Trend Energy Efficiency Standardization
VI. Policy and Trend Energy Efficiency Standardization
VI. Policy and Trend Energy Efficiency Standardization

VI. Policy and Trend

VI. Policy and Trend Thailand EV Campaign NRC proposed the National EV promotion project to Thai
VI. Policy and Trend Thailand EV Campaign NRC proposed the National EV promotion project to Thai

Thailand EV Campaign

NRC proposed the National EV promotion project to Thai government.

VI. Policy and Trend Thailand EV Campaign NRC proposed the National EV promotion project to Thai

VI. Policy and Trend

VI. Policy and Trend EV Promotion Recommendation Proposed by Ministry of Science and Technology Source: Durongkaveroj,
VI. Policy and Trend EV Promotion Recommendation Proposed by Ministry of Science and Technology Source: Durongkaveroj,

EV Promotion Recommendation Proposed by Ministry of Science and Technology

VI. Policy and Trend EV Promotion Recommendation Proposed by Ministry of Science and Technology Source: Durongkaveroj,
VI. Policy and Trend EV Promotion Recommendation Proposed by Ministry of Science and Technology Source: Durongkaveroj,

Source: Durongkaveroj, P. (Minister of Science & Technology) Strategy to promote Thailand as an ASEAN EV hub. Presented at Army Club (12 June 2015).

VI. Policy and Trend

VI. Policy and Trend Action Plan for EV Promotion Proposed by Ministry of Science and Technology
VI. Policy and Trend Action Plan for EV Promotion Proposed by Ministry of Science and Technology

Action Plan for EV Promotion Proposed by Ministry of Science and Technology

VI. Policy and Trend Action Plan for EV Promotion Proposed by Ministry of Science and Technology
VI. Policy and Trend Action Plan for EV Promotion Proposed by Ministry of Science and Technology

Source: Durongkaveroj, P. (Minister of Science & Technology) Strategy to promote Thailand as an ASEAN EV hub. Presented at Army Club (12 June 2015).

VI. Policy and Trend

VI. Policy and Trend Studying and Demonstration Projects on EV in Thailand Electricity Consumption Small EV
VI. Policy and Trend Studying and Demonstration Projects on EV in Thailand Electricity Consumption Small EV

Studying and Demonstration Projects on EV in Thailand

Electricity

Consumption

VI. Policy and Trend Studying and Demonstration Projects on EV in Thailand Electricity Consumption Small EV

Small EV for city use

VI. Policy and Trend Studying and Demonstration Projects on EV in Thailand Electricity Consumption Small EV
VI. Policy and Trend Studying and Demonstration Projects on EV in Thailand Electricity Consumption Small EV

Zero-emission EV-Bus

VI. Policy and Trend Studying and Demonstration Projects on EV in Thailand Electricity Consumption Small EV

Electricity generating capacity / Grid readiness preparation

VI. Policy and Trend Studying and Demonstration Projects on EV in Thailand Electricity Consumption Small EV

Source: Durongkaveroj, P. (Minister of Science & Technology) Strategy to promote Thailand as an ASEAN EV hub. Presented at Army Club (12 June 2015).

VI. Infra Structure – Testing, R&D Center

VI. Infra Structure – Testing, R&D Center Thailand Automotive Testing Center
Thailand Automotive Testing Center
Thailand Automotive Testing Center
VI. Infra Structure – Testing, R&D Center Thailand Automotive Testing Center
Investment Promotion Policy for Super Cluster
Investment Promotion Policy for Super Cluster

Investment Promotion Policy for Super Cluster

Super Cluster as of BOI Announcement 10/2558

Super Cluster as of BOI Announcement 10/2558 “Super Clusters” are clusters for activities using advanced technology,
Super Cluster as of BOI Announcement 10/2558 “Super Clusters” are clusters for activities using advanced technology,

“Super Clusters” are clusters for activities using advanced technology, and future industries.

Previleges :

(1) 8-year corporate income tax exemption with exemption cap in accordance with the condition prescribed for the activity in BOI Announcement No. 2/2557 dated December 3, 2014 (2) A 50 percent reduction from the normal rate of corporate income tax on the net profit deriving from the promoted activity for a period of 5 years counting from the expiry date of the corporate income tax exemption (3) Other incentives and privileges will be in accordance the criteria prescribed in BOI Announcement No. 2/2557 dated December 3, 2014

Super Cluster as of BOI Announcement 10/2558

Super Cluster as of BOI Announcement 10/2558 Condition:- 3.1 Must have cooperation with academic institutions, research
Super Cluster as of BOI Announcement 10/2558 Condition:- 3.1 Must have cooperation with academic institutions, research

Condition:-

  • 3.1 Must have cooperation with academic institutions, research institutes or Center of Excellence in the Special Economic Development Zones in the form of clusters in a prescribed types of cooperation as follow:

    • 3.1.1 Cooperation under the Talent Mobility, Work-Integrated Learning Project or Cooperative or Dual Systems

    • 3.1.2 Human Resource or Technological Development Cooperation as approved by the Board of Investment

  • 3.2 Must generate revenue within December 31, 2017 unless under necessary circumstances, the Office of the Board of Investment may consider extension as deemed appropriate.

  • 3.3 Must submit application for investment promotion within December 30,

  • 2016

    4. Project must be located in Ayutthaya, Pathum Thani, Chon Buri, Rayong, Cha Cheong Sao, Prachin Buri and Nakhon Ratchasima for the eligible list of activities as follows:

    Super Cluster as of BOI Announcement 10/2558

    Super Cluster as of BOI Announcement 10/2558 Type of Business Condition 4.7 Manufacture of automobile engines
    Type of Business Condition 4.7 Manufacture of automobile engines Project must have part forming, not less
    Type of Business
    Condition
    4.7
    Manufacture of automobile engines
    Project must have part forming, not less than 4 out of 5 parts,
    as follow:
    Cylinder Head, Cylinder Block, Crankshaft, Camshaft and
    Connecting Rod.
    4.8 Manufacture of vehicle parts
    4.8.1 Manufacture of vehicle parts using high technology including:
    4.8.1.1
    Substrate for Catalytic Converter
    4.8.1.2
    Electronic Fuel Injection System
    4.8.1.3
    Automotive Transmission
    4.8.1.4
    Electronic Control Unit (ECU)
    4.8.2 Manufacture of automobile parts for safety parts and
    energy-saving parts
    4.8.2.1
    Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) or Electronic Brake
    Force Distribution (EBD)
    4.8.2.2
    Electronic Stability Control (ESC)
    4.8.2.3
    Regenerative Braking System
    4.8.2.4
    Idling Stop System
    4.8.2.5
    Autonomous Emergency Braking System

    Super Cluster as of BOI Announcement 10/2558

    Super Cluster as of BOI Announcement 10/2558 Type of Business Condition 4.8.3 Manufacture of parts for
    Type of Business Condition 4.8.3 Manufacture of parts for Hybrid, Electric Vehicle (EV) and Plug-in Hybrid
    Type of Business
    Condition
    4.8.3
    Manufacture of parts for Hybrid, Electric Vehicle (EV) and Plug-in
    Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEV)
    4.8.3.1
    Battery
    4.8.3.2
    Traction Motor
    4.8.3.3
    Air-condition system
    4.8.4
    Manufacture of rubber tires for vehicles
    4.8.5
    Manufacture of Fuel System Parts including
    Projects must have part forming process and assembling
    process as approved by the Board.
    4.8.5.1
    Fuel Pump
    4.8.5.2
    Injection Pump
    4.8.5.3
    Injector
    4.8.6
    Manufacture of Transmission System Parts including
    4.8.6.1
    Sun Gear
    Projects must have part forming process and assembling
    process as approved by the Board.
    4.8.6.2
    Ring Gear
    4.8.6.3
    Shift Gear
    4.8.6.4
    Transfer Case
    Super Cluster as of BOI Announcement 10/2558 Type of Business Condition 4.8.6.5 Torque Converter 4.8.6.6 Carrier
    Super Cluster as of BOI Announcement 10/2558
    Type of Business
    Condition
    4.8.6.5
    Torque Converter
    4.8.6.6
    Carrier
    4.8.6.7
    Propeller Shaft
    4.8.6.8
    Drive Shaft
    Projects must have part forming process and assembling
    process as approved by the Board.
    4.8.6.9
    Universal Joint
    4.8.6.10 Differential
    4.8.7 Manufacture of Engine System Parts including
    4.8.7.1
    Turbocharger
    4.8.8 Manufacture of Safety Parts including
    4.8.8.2
    Manufacture of Air Bags including
    4.8.8.2.1 Inflator
    Projects must have part forming process and assembling
    process as approved by the Board.

    Super Cluster as of BOI Announcement 10/2558

    Super Cluster as of BOI Announcement 10/2558 Type of Business Condition 4.12 Manufacture of motorcycles (except
    Type of Business Condition 4.12 Manufacture of motorcycles (except less than 248 cc engine displacement) Project
    Type of Business
    Condition
    4.12 Manufacture of motorcycles (except less than 248 cc engine
    displacement)
    Project must have forming process of engine parts, as
    follow:
    1.
    Cylinder Head, Cylinder Block, Crankcase, Crankshaft,
    Camshaft and Connecting Rod.
    1.1
    For manufacturing motorcycles with more than 248 cc
    engine displacement but less than 500 cc, project must have
    forming of not less than 4 out of 6 parts.
    1.2
    For manufacturing of motorcycles with more than 500 cc
    engine displacement, project must have forming of 2 out of 6
    parts.
    2.
    Project must have structural welding process and spray
    painting process.
    3.
    Investment plan for manufacturing and utilization of parts
    must be submitted and approved by the Board of Investment.

    Direction of Electric Vehicle in Thailand

    Direction of Electric Vehicle in Thailand  Short Term :  Promote in public transport vehicle
    Direction of Electric Vehicle in Thailand  Short Term :  Promote in public transport vehicle
    • Short Term :

      • Promote in public transport vehicle ex. E-Bus, etc.

      • Preparing Infrastructure

      • Consumer awareness about environmental and energy saving

      • Study about BEV in Pro. & Con.

      • Promoting and enhancing production capability for local manufacturer and part supplier for components

  • Medium and Long Term :

    • Promoting and enhancing production capability for local manufacturer and part supplier for components

    • Continuing Infrastructure preparing and expand

  • Thank You Thailand Automotive Institute www.thaiauto.or.th
    Thank You Thailand Automotive Institute www.thaiauto.or.th

    Thank You

    Thailand Automotive Institute

    www.thaiauto.or.th