President Message

Let me first welcome you to the website of the Federation of ASIAN Motorcycle Industries (FAMI). FAMI, as IMMA member, represents the manufacturing industry, and is federating 7 key manufacturing countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, Japan, Philippines and Vietnam. Together these countries account for an annual production of nearly 15 million motorcycles.

South East Asia (SEA), counts approximately 700 Million inhabitants, which is one tenth of the worldwide population. Estimating the regional motorcycle fleet above 150 Million number in these 7 countries, one or more motorcycles in a household is extremely common. Thanks to their small size and associated freedom of movement in crowded urban environments, low economic cost, ease of parking and low environmental impact providing an important source of personal mobility.

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FAMI Towards Carbon Neutrality

Decarbonizing road transport is a shared goal of all stakeholders, and FAMI stands firmly in support of it. We recognize the importance of various initiatives promoted by nations to achieve this objective. To effectively reach carbon neutrality, we advocate for flexibility through multiple, technology-open approaches. This will enable the development of practical and sustainable pathways for all nations to achieve road transport decarbonization.

PTWs, as light and efficient transportation options, contribute significantly to economic and social activities. FAMI, representing the manufacturing industry, and is federating 7 key motorcycle manufacturing countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, Japan, Philippines and Vietnam, is committed to the continuous challenge of achieving PTW's carbon neutrality, in support of sustainable urban mobility.

Together, let us strive towards a greener future through the sustainable transformation of PTWs and the pursuit of global carbon neutrality.

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