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KUALA LUMPUR: Proton Holdings Bhd (Proton) is looking forward to having the Proton X70 assembled in Pakistan by the year-end, just months after the successful production rollout of the Proton Saga in Karachi.
In a statement yesterday, the car manufacturer said Al-Haj Automotive, the exclusive distributor of Proton in Pakistan, is tentatively scheduled to begin local assembly of the C-segment sport utility vehicle (SUV) in December. Prior to local assembly starting, a final batch of 154 units of the Proton X70 was shipped to Pakistan on Oct 17.
The total number of completely built-up (CBU) units exported to the country is 602.
The Proton X70 will be the second Proton model to be assembled in Pakistan as production of the Proton Saga commenced at Al-Haj Automotive’s production plant in Karachi on Oct 13. The car maker said the plant was built at a cost of US$20mil (RM83mil) and has an initial annual capacity of 25,000 units.
According to Proton Edar CEO Roslan Abdullah, demand for Proton models in Pakistan remains high with 2,500 and 2,000 orders received for the Saga and X70 respectively.“Now that the final shipment of CBU units is on the way and local assembly has started for the Saga with the X70 to roll off the production line before the end of the year, we can finally work to catch up to market demand. This will allow Al-Haj Automotive and Proton to establish a strong market presence in the country to benefit future sales growth,” he said.
He added that the potential sales volume of the Pakistan market is critical to growing exports in the future, one of the pillars to achieving its long-term goals.
As such, Proton’s commitment to the Pakistan market extends beyond the shipment of completely-knocked-down packs and consumable parts, but includes human resources.Twenty Proton employees specialising in various manufacturing-related fields are currently stationed in Karachi to assist in assembly operations.