In the auto industry there are 3 key Stakeholders, namely the Producer, the Government and the Consumer.

 

 

The 3 parties have their roles to play but at the same time they have to respond to one another’s needs for the industry to develop and grow continuously. 

 

 

In any event the Producer tends to play the hardest role as he has to come up with vehicles that satisfy the Consumer, under the regulatory framework imposed by the Government.  

 

 

But then again, in imposing various measures the Government needs to take into consideration their practicability and commercial viability of the industry operators as well as ensuring that the regulations are not impediments to the Producer’s technological development.

 

 

In actual fact the Stakeholder who really determines the course of the auto industry, from past to present, is the Consumer..

 

 

Throughout the years, the Consumer’s diverse and insatiable demands have increasingly intensified competition in the auto industry, mainly in the way players try to outperform one another with regard to speed, power and luxurious comfort. 

 

 

But while the Consumer enjoys vehicles fully equipped with sophisticated technology, our environment is being threatened by the very same technology.

 

 

Because speed and power are obtained at the expense of higher rates of fuel consumption and pollutant emission, while luxurious comfort calls for extravagant use of resources.

 

 

Explicitly stated, the planet is being harmed by the automotive technology in response to consumer demand, resulting in global warming, natural disasters, unpredictable and irregular weather conditions in all corners of the globe, sending a warning signal that it is about time we stopped hurting the planet.

 

 

Beginning from consumers, who are virtually the roots of all problems and need to unify in opting only for vehicles with high performance and efficiency but are fuel-frugal, emitting less pollutants and not requiring extravagant use of resources. At the same time they need to reject vehicles that are faster, more powerful and more luxurious than they already are now — so long as the “have your cake and eat it” technology has not yet been developed.

 

 

The Producer will have to come up with "Earth-loving Vehicles" to replace old ones as fast as the Consumer’s changing needs require.

 

 

The Government can also play an important role in promoting earth-loving vehicles by imposing various measures such as appropriate tax rates and feasible production conditions, financial incentive to users of vehicles with low pollutant emissions, finding new markets for the Producer, etc.

 

 

“Inter-Media”, acting as intermediary for the 3 Stakeholders and wishing to see an ambiance of brotherhood in the automotive circle to jointly ensure that clean environment is forever preserved on this planet, thus has great pleasure to set "The 27th THAILAND INTERNATIONAL MOTOR EXPO 2010" as the main platform to proclaim unification of the 3 Stakeholders under the concept "Unify…Create Earth-loving Vehicles".


 

 From MRT Chatuchak Station,
 you can reach IMPACT by :
 1. Bus no. 52 or 150
 2. Air-conditioned Public Mini Van from Chatuchak to Pakkred

 

 

 
   

 Stop at Mo-Chit Station, you can reach IMPACT by

 1. Free Shuttle bus; Exit 4
 2. Bus No. 52 or 150
 3. A/C Public Mini Van from Chatuchak to Pakkred
 4. IMPACT Link Shuttle Bus

 

 

 
 

 Changwattana road/ Vipavadee Rangsit Junction

 bus no. 29, 59, 95 and A/C bus no. 4, 10, 13, 19 (to north)
 bus no. 29, 52 and A/C bus no. 4, 10, 29 (to south)
 bus no. 59, 95, 150 and A/C bus no. 13 (to east) 

 

 Pakkred Road

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 bus no. 32, 33, 51, 90, 104, A/C bus no. 56 and special A/C bus no. 1 (to south)

 

 Changwattana Road

 bus no. 52, 150, 356 and A/C bus no 150 and 356
 bus no. 166, 166 (blue) Nam Non Quayside-Muang Thong 

 

 
   
 

 IMPACT also provides a mini van service which functions only on trade days. The mini van can be

 accessed at several pick-up points. Muang Thong Thani to Victory Monument , Silom, Ploenchit,

 Meanburi, Ramkhamhaeng, Future Park Rangsit and to Central Ladprao .

 

 

 

 
   

 

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December 1, 2010 Opening Ceremony & Grand Charity Day
December 1 -12, 2010 General public days
 

  Though widely accepted that a car is a necessity in our daily life, it is not so easy to own a car. Especially for those of us who want to get their value for money in obtaining a car that is efficient, provides the utilities that he desires, at a fair price.


  The main obstacle to the buyer is that he cannot compare the information of all cars, be it technical, service, price, hire purchase conditions - within the limited time available. At the same time, the manufacturer and distributor are facing a similar problem of not being able to present their products and service as well as information and data to the tremendous number of potential customers.

  At this juncture between demand and supply, Inter-Media Consultant Co., Ltd. steps in to take the catalyst role by organizing
the Thailand International Motor Expo to facilitate not only the selling of cars , motorcycles ,  commercial vehicles ,  and ancillary equipment but also to create a good relationship and understanding among all players concerned-whether between makers and consumers , the private sector and the Government ,  sales agents and their corresponding overseas manufacturers ,  or between the auto circle and others in the country.


  It can be said that Thailand International Motor Expo has been playing a crucial role in the development of the Thai automotive industry throughout the past two decades, and we shall continue to play this important role right through the new decade and century.

 

  Every time we organized a "Thailand International Motor Expo" what we never neglected to take care of, apart from making sure the Exposition was as near perfect as possible, was the satisfaction of participants and visitors. With regard to visitors ,
we would make an opinion survey every year by means of questionnaire and use the feedback opinions to improve our show in subsequent years.

  From such questionnaires we learn that the first thing the majority of visitors want is the convenience of the exposition venue , both exhibition area and parking area.In addition, the traffic in the vicinity should flow fairly freely, which is in accordance with the needs of the exhibitors and also of ourselves, who ultimately have to be responsible for the maximum satisfaction of all parties.

 

  And it is a wonderful opportunity that the 13th Asian Games or Bangkok Games held at the end of 1998 has brought about many modern and magnificent sports stadiums in the suburb of the Bangkok Metropolis, served by the new expressway and
mass transit that can convey people from the city centre right up there so fast and so conveniently, as already proven during the period of the Games.

 

  Thus we did not hesitate to choose IMPACT Exhibition and Convention Center,Muang Thong Thani, Chaeng Wattana Road
as the new venue for holding the "Thailand International Motor Expo", with its potential reaching well beyond being a mere "exhibition center" to include every aspect of a "city", whether in terms of spacious parking areas, clearly divided between visitors' and exhibitors', a reliable security system, food courts of various kinds and price brackets, ATM machines, multiple traffic route linkages, conveniently accessible by both private and public mass transport, also facilitating the concurrent miscellaneous recreational activities that we shall be arranging.


  Therefore the "Thailand International Motor Expo" at the new IMPACT Challenger, Muang Thong Thani is ready to welcome everyone in the family, regardless of sex or age, to benefit something from the outing, which is our proven formula of
success - both for the exhibitors and ourselves.

 

 

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  We are ever proud of the fact that we have played a role in helping nurture a decent civilisation in our society.

Inter-Media Consultant Co., Ltd., with its team of staff under the one and only original administrator, is fully prepared to support your public relations plan to promote your company's reputation and products. We constantly realise that only through your co-operation and generous consideration can we walk together towards our respective glories.

 

 

 

 

Facts and figures of the Thailand International Motor Expo

2007

2008

2009

1

Venue

IMPACT Muangtong

IMPACT Muangtong

IMPACT Muangtong

2

Date event

Dec '07

Dec '08

Dec '09

3

Visitors

1,662,121

1,519,179

 1,594,369

Details of visitors

4

Gender

 

Male

74.8

63.6

63.4

 

Female

25.2

36.4

36.6

5

Age

 

Less than 15 years old

2.5

2.1

1.3

 

15 - 24

18.2

17.5

11.9

 

25 - 34

38.0

39.9

33.6

 

35 - 44

22.3

21.9

27.7

 

More than 45 years old

19.0

18.6

25.5

6

Income / baht / month)

 

Less than 10,000

19.4

17.8

11.2

 

10,001 - 20,000

25.0

30.1

26.0

 

20,001 - 30,000

18.1

17.9

20.9

 

30,001 - 50,000

17.7

15.9

19.0

 

More than 50,000

19.9

18.3

22.9

7

Domicile

 

Bangkok

59.6

59.8

65.8

 

Central

14.0

14.5

13.8

 

North

3.2

5.6

2.0

 

South

5.7

3.2

2.9

 

East

3.8

6.4

7.3

 

Northeast

9.4

6.6

5.3

 

West

4.1

3.7

2.6

 

Oversea visitors

0.2

0.2

0.3

 

 
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