PT. Morodadi Prima

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History of The Company
P.T. Morodadi Prima, started out from business partnership headed by Mr. Lie Bambang Gunawan, a businessman who graduated from the fine Arts Academy. In 1964, its first location was at Jl. Peltu Sujono, Malang with a small vicinity and simple facilities, producing old model buses, Minibus T 100 and classic L300.The minimal facilities and simple operational system did not hold back the progress of company. In 1978, the company officially became independent and was aptly named Morodadi Carroserie. Its name "Morodadi" means "Trust" between the customers and the company. If you come (MORO) and trust us to build your vehicle, you will get a high quality product (DADI). The Lions in our logo are taken from the symbol of Singosari Kingdom which symbolizes high spirit and good work ethics.Indonesia's rapid economic growth made it possible for Morodadi Carroserie to change into a limited company (PT).

In December 1993, it officially changed its named to P.T. Morodadi Prima. The range of products had continously evolved by producing various vehicles such as ambulances and broadcasting cars. The design specification and technology had also evolved, as could be seen from the production of bus "Banteng" and "Patriot", which represented the strong and sturdy trademark of Morodadi Prima.For more than three decades of growth, a lot of trust had been gained from the society as well as the Indonesian goverment. P.T. Morodadi Prima is continously working to produce strong, safe and comfortable vehicles.

Product
Large Coach, Medium Coach, Small Coach, Shuttle Van, Special Vehicle.

Office/Factory
Jl. Raya Randu Agung, Singosari, Malang - Jawa Timur, Indonesia
Phone: 62 - 341 - 458333 ( Hunting )
Fax: 62 - 341 - 458838
For General info, please contact: info@morodadiprima.com
For Sales info, please contact: sales@morodadiprima.com
For Engineering info, please contact: engineering@morodadiprima.com



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