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Foilacar wraps up Indonesian deal

Foilacar Industries, the company which pioneered car wrapping technology and clear protection system, recently expanded their reach in the Southeast Asian market with the establishment of Foilacar Indonesia. 

“With this car wrapping facility in Bali and Jakarta, Foilacar is set to open new horizons for Foilacar and we hope to replicate the success of our New York office here in Indonesia,” states Lester Codog, president of Foilacar Industries. 

With a handshake, Lester Codog (right)  of Foilacar PH firms up a deal with his Indonesian partners led by Wayne Ramschie, president of Foilacar Indonesia.
With the first facility based in Muding Batu Sangian VI No.19 Kerobokan Kaya Badung, Bali, the 1,000 square meters car wrapping facility have three work bays for cars, SUV’s and motorcycles. “This is new territory for Foilacar, and we feel that the market is just right for this kind of technology now,” adds Wayne Ramschie, President of Foilacar Indonesia. 

In Jakarta, Codog met with supercar dealers such as Ferrari and Lamborghini for tie-ups with Foilacar. “Our arrangement was to have Foilacar as an added bonus to owning or when buying a supercar. Owners of these fine machinery can choose from a wide variety of colors and designs to make their supercars exclusive and unique,” says Codog. 

Since Foilacar ventured into car wrapping in the domestic market, the company has remained as the standard for car paint protection and visual aesthetics. From celebrities, businessmen and corporate clients such as Volkswagen Philippines, Foilacar has earned the moniker as  the “Belo” of car design in the country.

Topics: Foilacar Industries , Foilacar Indonesia
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