Yamaha Motor Company have recorded a surge in the international sales for the first half of the current year, and that along with 86.6 per cent growth in net income surely comes out as a great news for the Japanese auto maker. The result in the overall high international sales for Yamaha comes as a result of a major contribution from the emerging markets such as Philippines, Taiwan, Vietnam, and Thailand. On the flip side, the company recorded a sales dip in European and the American market. Talking of which, the company pointed at the stringent emission norms for this fall.
The company only managed to sell 76,000 units in the US in the first half of 2017 which is a thousand units less compared to the numbers from the corresponding months of 2016. Going further back in the time line also reveals that the company has recorded a major fall in the sales as in 2015, it sold off 89,000 units which is far greater in comparison to the last year’s charts.
The company seems to be making it up for the US market from the other side of the globe, but if they can stabilize sales in the developed markets if will surely bring greater profits to the table. Stay tuned for more updates.