Mitsubishi Motors Thailand Wins 2 TAQA Awards 2019 for Outstanding Services and Quality Satisfaction

Automotive Press Releases Monday March 23, 2020 11:51
Bangkok--23 Mar--Mitsubishi Motors (Thailand)

Mitsubishi Motors (Thailand) Co., Ltd.’s commitment to product quality and customer satisfaction has earned 2 awards from Thailand Automotive Quality Award (TAQA) 2019. The awards went to Mitsubishi Pajero Sport for 'Outstanding Initial Quality Satisfaction for PPV’ while Mitsubishi Mirage received recognition for 'Outstanding Initial Quality Satisfaction for Eco Car’.

“We would like to thank our customers for this achievement. The recognitions by TAQA truly reflects our efforts to deliver high quality vehicles. We will continue to provide our customers with fully-equipped, technologically-advanced, and fun to drive vehicles with progressive design underlining the global brand strategy 'Drive your Ambition’.” said Mr. Morikazu Chokki, President and CEO, Mitsubishi Motors (Thailand) Co., Ltd.

Representing the company in receiving the awards from Mr. Pisit Rangsaritwutikul, President, Thailand Automotive Institute(3rdfrom left), Mr. Egathi Rattana-Aree, Executive Vice President of Domestic Sales Unit and After Sales Unit(3rdfrom right)obtaining the award for Mitsubishi Pajero Sport and Mr. Sarote Maartlert, Vice President, Office of Domestic Sales Unit(2ndfrom right)obtaining the award for Mitsubishi Mirage. The ceremony was also joined by Mr. Kwanchai Paphatphong, President and CEO, Inter-Media Consultant Co., Ltd.(2ndfrom left)and TAQA’s committees.

About Mitsubishi Motors Thailand (MMTh)
Motors (Thailand) Co., Ltd., the largest plant in the
MMC group and an export hub to more than 120 countries, is one of Thailand’s
leading automotive manufacturers committed to produce and sell a range of
vehicles that are eco-friendly, high in quality, performance, safety, comfort,
technology and customer satisfaction. In 2018 MMTh celebrated a total
production of five million units, and officially opened Education Academy in
Pathum Thani. MMTh’s current range of vehicles includes the Mitsubishi Triton,
Mitsubishi Pajero Sport, Mitsubishi Attrage, Mitsubishi Mirage, and Mitsubishi
XPANDER. To ensure the highest quality, MMTh uses its proving ground in
Sriracha, Chonburi to assess products from design and prototype stages to
pre-production and commercialization. This ensures customers take delivery of
vehicles that are second-to-none in all aspects of quality.

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