TomTom is poised to launch two new products in Indonesia – the Via and GO 2050 personal navigation devices. The new devices include commercial and buildings searches as well as hands-free calling.
The Amsterdam-based company operates in 35 countries. Its 3,500 employees are in addition to licensing and distribution agreements.
Chris Kearney, VP Asia Pacific commented:
“We’ve been in Indonesia for a number of years making high-quality maps. We’re really pleased to be delivering PNDs now. We see the potential for business growth here and we look forward to working with our partners to meet this demand and use the industry-leading maps we’ve developed.”
TomTom recently bought out its joint venture partner in Indonesia and is expanding throughout Asia.