Stallions Motorcycles is set to open a factory in Laos. Jaroen Laplonluelay, the chairman of Power Stallions Co, said his company is now studying the legal issues of setting up a factory in Laos but plans annual production capacity of 10,000 units.
Additional to the Laos factory Stallions Motorcycle is also building a 150-million-baht factory in Rayong's Amata City Industrial Estate, scheduled to be completed 2013 February and with annual production capacity of 15,000 units. Stallions Motorcycles are currently produced by a factory owned by Tiger Motor Co. Ltd., another Thai motorcycle brand, in Samut Prakan province. Tiger Motor Co. Ltd. has a contract to build 500 to 1,000 units a month, but there are capacity constraints since Tiger also produces its motorcycles there.Tag: StallionsBusinessJaroen LaplonluelayLaosFactoryManufacturing