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DENSO Plasmacluster Ion Generator

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DENSO Plasmacluster Ion Generator was developed though close collaboration between DENSO, Japan’s leading vehicle air-conditioning system producer and SHARP, which developed the Plasmacluster technology. This unique technology of Sharp produces and emits positive and negative ions, which discharge, thus reducing the action of airborne mould and other substances. This helps protect the air within the cabin of the vehicle, and lets you drive with fresh and comfortable air.

Most drivers use re-circulated air-conditioned air within the vehicle and as a result, the air becomes stagnant over time causing virus and allergens to develop. Opening of the vehicle windows to freshen the air may not be practical due to weather or traffic conditions and the driver and passengers may fall ill when virus and allergens form in the air within the vehicle.

The Plasmacluster Ion Generator is designed to:

REDUCE VIRUSES, AIRBORNE MOULD AND ALLERGENS:
High density of plasmacluster ions suppress airborne viruses, decompose and remove airborne mould. Allergens contained the the feces and dead bodies of mites are decomposed and removed, for a more comfortable ride.

CLEAN AND FREST AMBIENCE:
Somkers do not need to worry about keeping the vehicles cleaner and fresher. The plasmacluster decompose and remove the persistent odour of cigarettes inside the cabin.

SKIN MOUSTURISING EFFECT:
The plasma discharge gives a skin moisturising effect, leaving your skin moisturised while you drive.

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DENSO kick off operation of third plant & 40th birthday in Indonesia (7 March 2015)

PT Denso Indonesia, a joint venture between Denso International Asia Pte. Ltd. and PT Astra Otoparts, will officially launch operations at its automotive components factory, built with overall investment of Rp 1.4 trillion (US$107.89 million), next month.

The plant, which is located in Bekasi, West Java, will initially produce 10 kinds of autocomponent, including spark plugs, starters, engine control units and speed control units, according to director A. Hartoyo. Around 70 percent of the output generated from Denso’s third facility will be sold in the domestic market, with the remainder set for export.

“We have secured purchase contracts from our consumers, nearly all of whom are car manufacturers in Indonesia,” Hartoyo told reporters after meeting Industry Minister Saleh Husin.

The largest proportion of production would be dedicated to spark plugs, which can reach 7 million units each month and are to be shipped to countries in Asia, America and Europe, while other products would follow market demand, he added.

Denso currently operates two plants in Sunter, North Jakarta, and Bekasi, West Java, manufacturing a wide array of automotive components, such as air conditioners, radiators, spark plugs and filters for major two-wheeler and four-wheeler makers, including PT Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia (TMMIN), PT Astra Daihatsu Motor (ADM), PT Astra Honda Motor (AHM), PT Honda Prospect Motor and PT Suzuki Indomobil Motor (SIM).

The company already exports products overseas, including to Japan, the United States and Europe.

Denso has spent up to Rp 600 billion to develop its new plant since the end of 2012 and further expansion is expected to reach completion by 2018.

Hartoyo said that despite expected slowdown in Indonesia’s car sales this year, the firm anticipated a rebound in the future, and so would continue its plans to expand.

“Even if the market weakens, our investment will not stop. We are advancing, so that when the market climbs, we will be ready to tap into available opportunities,” he said.

Car sales, an indicator of domestic consumption in Southeast Asia’s biggest economy, have dipped by 1.8 percent to 1.21 million in the past year, the first drop in five years after robust annual sales that analysts described as an “automotive boom”.

Along with shrinking car sales, Denso saw sales of its automotive components decline by 20 percent last year.

The Association of Indonesian Automotive Manufacturers (Gaikindo) estimates that vehicle sales will remain at 1.2 million this year on weakening purchasing power despite falling prices of fuel due to an oil glut in the global market.

Industry Ministry director for land transportation vehicles Soerjono said that investment in automotive components might slow this year in line with stagnant growth in auto sales. However, he added, in the long run, sales would still be robust for low-cost green cars (LCGC).

“That’s why we strongly encourage investors to enter production of components for LCGC. It is now the most attractive sector and also a global product that we can export easily,” he said.

The autoparts industry generates a significant multiplier effect, with a firm like Denso able to absorb supporting materials from 200 to 250 suppliers.

See more at: thejakartapost.com

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Denso Indonesia to kick off operation of third plant in April 2015

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PT Denso Indonesia, a joint venture between Denso International Asia Pte. Ltd. and PT Astra Otoparts, will officially launch operations at its automotive components factory, built with overall investment of
Rp 1.4 trillion (US$107.89 million), next month.

The plant, which is located in Bekasi, West Java, will initially produce 10 kinds of autocomponent, including spark plugs, starters, engine control units and speed control units, according to director A. Hartoyo. Around 70 percent of the output generated from Denso’s third facility will be sold in the domestic market, with the remainder set for export.

“We have secured purchase contracts from our consumers, nearly all of whom are car manufacturers in Indonesia,” Hartoyo told reporters after meeting Industry Minister Saleh Husin.

The largest proportion of production would be dedicated to spark plugs, which can reach 7 million units each month and are to be shipped to countries in Asia, America and Europe, while other products would follow market demand, he added.

Denso currently operates two plants in Sunter, North Jakarta, and Bekasi, West Java, manufacturing a wide array of automotive components, such as air conditioners, radiators, spark plugs and filters for major two-wheeler and four-wheeler makers, including PT Toyota Motor Manufacturing Indonesia (TMMIN), PT Astra Daihatsu Motor (ADM), PT Astra Honda Motor (AHM), PT Honda Prospect Motor and PT Suzuki Indomobil Motor (SIM).

The company already exports products overseas, including to Japan, the United States and Europe.

Denso has spent up to Rp 600 billion to develop its new plant since the end of 2012 and further expansion is expected to reach completion by 2018.

Hartoyo said that despite expected slowdown in Indonesia’s car sales this year, the firm anticipated a rebound in the future, and so would continue its plans to expand.

“Even if the market weakens, our investment will not stop. We are advancing, so that when the market climbs, we will be ready to tap into available opportunities,” he said.

Car sales, an indicator of domestic consumption in Southeast Asia’s biggest economy, have dipped by 1.8 percent to 1.21 million in the past year, the first drop in five years after robust annual sales that analysts described as an “automotive boom”.

Along with shrinking car sales, Denso saw sales of its automotive components decline by 20 percent last year.

The Association of Indonesian Automotive Manufacturers (Gaikindo) estimates that vehicle sales will remain at 1.2 million this year on weakening purchasing power despite falling prices of fuel due to an oil glut in the global market.

Industry Ministry director for land transportation vehicles Soerjono said that investment in automotive components might slow this year in line with stagnant growth in auto sales. However, he added, in the long run, sales would still be robust for low-cost green cars (LCGC).

“That’s why we strongly encourage investors to enter production of components for LCGC. It is now the most attractive sector and also a global product that we can export easily,” he said.

The autoparts industry generates a significant multiplier effect, with a firm like Denso able to absorb supporting materials from 200 to 250 suppliers.

See more at: http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/03/07/denso-kick-operation-third-plant.html

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DENSO Participate in IIMS 2014 (PRJ Jakarta)

BOOTH

Semi Permanent Hall A2 SP22
18-28 September 2014

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OPEN FOR PUBLIC

Monday – Thursday : 11.00 – 21.00 WIB
Friday – Sunday : 10.00 – 21.00 WIB

ENTRANCE FEE

Monday – Thursday : Rp. 40.000
Friday – Sunday : Rp. 60.000

VENUE

Jakarta International Expo
Gedung Pusat Niaga Arena PRJ
http://www.jiexpo.com

JADWAL FREE SHUTTLE BUS

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Denso Kembangkan Baterai dan Motor Listrik Murah

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Koji Kobayashi Wakil Presiden Direktur Denso (kiri) berjabat dengan Menteri Perindustrian didampingi Budi Darmadi.

Jumat, 6 Juni 2014 | 07:40 WIB

Tambun, KompasOtomotif – Produsen komponen otomotif global, Denso, diketahui tengah mengembangkan teknologi baru baterai dan motor listrik untuk kebutuhan pasokan mobil hibrida. Dua komponen utama ini akan lebih ekonomis ketimbang yang digunakan produsen otomotif global sekarang ini. 

“Saya dapat informasi kalau Denso lagi riset mengembangkan baterai yang ukurannya lebih kecil, dan motor listrik yang lebih murah, tapi butuh waktu dua sampai tiga tahun untuk sampai ke masyarakat,” jelas Budi Darmadi, Dirjen Industri Unggulan Berbasis Teknologi Tinggi Kementerian Perindustrian di Tambun, Jawa Barat, Kamis (5/6/2014). 

Ketika komponen utama mobil hibrida atau listrik ini terwujud, Pemerintah Indonesia akan lebih efektif dalam menggulirkan program mobil ramah lingkungan (Low Emmision Carbon), sesuai naungan hukum Peraturan Pemerintah Nomor 41 tahun 2013. Saat ini, Indonesia sudah berhasil mengajak Denso untuk menambah investasi baru di Indonesia untuk memproduksi engine control unit (ECU).

ECU itu, lanjut Budi, juga akan dikembangkan untuk mobil-mobil baru, termasuk teknologi hibrida, serta memasok ke pasar global. 

Selain Denso, Budi juga mendapat informasi  dari “intelejen industri” perusahaan lain, kalau tengah dikembangkan teknologi baru dari tiga komponen mobil ramah lingkungan, yakni baterai, motor listrik, dan transmisi kopling ganda. Selain lebih efisien, harga komponen ini bisa menekan banderol mobil hibrida di pasar lebih ekonomis, dari saat ini 40 persen lebih mahal dari mobil konvensional, menjadi tinggal 25 persen. 

“Kalau sudah terwujud, kita tinggal jalan. Memang, dari segi harga mobil hibrida tetap lebih mahal dari konvensional, karena menggunakan dua mesin (bensin dan motor listrik), tapi dari biaya operasional, apalagi kalau BBM naik, jauh lebih ekonomis bagi konsumen,” papar Budi.

Bersaing
Seperti diketahui, Thailand sudah ditunjuk sebagai salah satu basis produksi mobil hibrida oleh Toyota untuk pasar global. Sementara itu, pemerintah Malaysia juga sudah menyiapkan insentif khusus bagi prinsipal otomotif, untuk mengembangkan perakitan lokal mobil hibrida.

Jika menunggu dua sampai tiga tahun, ditakutkan momentum menarik investasi prinsipal otomotif global untuk mengembangkan teknologi ramah lingkungan akan terlambat. 

“Saya pikir tidak akan terlambat. Malaysia juga masih mengembangkan (hibrida murah), Thailand juga belum, sementara Indonesia sudah punya perusahaan pemasoknya (Denso) investasi lebih dulu di sini, sementara mereka belum. Kalau sudah siap, tinggal jalan,” beber Budi.

Source: kompas