New Hilux, pick up the latest commercial development of the Toyota Hilux that has long circulated in the automotive market homeland. Some changes are visible on the external design and in New Hilux, but one that is striking is the change in the engine that now uses the Common Rail Turbo Intercooler VN (VNT) with a capacity of 2.5 liters.
TAM claims with the last machine, the New Hilux is more fuel efficient. “Based on the trial results, a distance of Jakarta, Puncak and Bandung, New Hilux was more efficient with fuel consumption of up to 15.31 km per liter,” said Joko Trisanyoto, Marketing Director of TAM. Read more
Trends in social media in Indonesia is currently in desperate need of a quick and accurate measurements, so that a company wants to introduce brands and products quickly requires precise measurement services, said Chairman of Frontier Consulting Group, Handi Irawan.
Handi put it in the discussion and recognition that it has acquired the shares of Frontier Mediawave (corporate social media measurement software), in Jakarta, yesterday.
According to Handi, many Indonesian companies are still hesitant to invest in social media because of the difficulty to perform measurements. “In fact, nowadays almost all the leading companies in the world are already using ‘social media measurement’,” he said. Read more
‘Inception’ and ‘The King’s Speech’ victorious with four Oscar 2011. Film ‘Inception’ triumphed at the Academy Awards 2011. Films about adventure in dreamland claim that director Christopher Nolan won four of the eight Oscar nominations. ‘The King’s Speech’, which scooped 12 nominations also won four categories. One of them as best film. While the ‘True Grit’, which won 10 nominations did not win any.
Here’s a list of Oscar winners 2011 (bold), as quoted from pages Yahoo:
‘The Kids Are All Right’
‘The King’s Speech’
‘The Social Network’
‘Toy Story 3’
‘Winter’s Bone’ Read more
Daihatsu, a subsidiary of Japanese automakers, Toyota, will begin to produce lower-priced cars in Indonesia in 2013 to be sold in Southeast Asia, according to a business newspaper, reported Wednesday. More indicative of his expertise in producing a tiny car, Daihatsu plans to develop fuel-efficient vehicles in Indonesia and put 70 percent of its production to dijulan under the Toyota brand, the Nikkei newspaper reported without mentioning the source. Read more