Low Demand For Cars In Thailand Boosts B-Quik

Monday 6th July 2009 | 0 Comments

 
B-Quik Co, Thailand's leading operator of car service centres, has increased its revenue target this year to 2 billion baht (42.1 million euros) from 1.8 billion (37.9 million euros) as sluggish demand for new cars has been a windfall to the maintenance market. Eight to 10 B-Quik service centres will be added this year to the existing network of 56 sites nationwide, said chief executive Henk Kiks. "The market has been surprisingly good for us with revenue surging over 30 per cent in the first half," said Kiks. "We earlier projected sales of 1.8 billion baht, growth of 21 per cent from last year, but now we are aiming for over a 33 per cent rise to 2 billion by the end of the year."

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