Firms gear up for in-house KIR testing
The Jakarta Post
Players in the transportation sector are considering whether to establish their own vehicle-roadworthiness test (KIR) facilities in an effort to reduce inefficiencies caused by a heavy reliance on government-run units. Head of the Jakarta branch of the Indonesian Truck Business Association (Aptrindo), Mustadjab Susilo Basuki, said one Aptrindo member, PT Trakindo Jaya Bersama, had recently signed ...
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