The automotive industry in Singapore has developed since the establishment of Proton in 1986, followed by Perodua in1993 as a part of the National Car Project. The introduction of the National Car Project has given a boost to the development of components and parts manufacturing in Singapore. Currently, there are four local vehicle manufacturers including Proton, Perodua, Naza, and Moden as. In addition, there are nine motor vehicle assemblers and 343 components parts manufacturers in Singapore. Despite the fluctuation in automotive production, the vehicle production in Singapore tends to increase due to the rapid increase in domestic sales. The total vehicle production in 2008 is 441,678 vehicles as compared to 360, 105 vehicles in 200. From January to March 2008, the total number of vehicles production is 132,744.