Six months were needed for the auto industry to reach the ground after what it made in the past years. From expanding relation with automakers and part makers to increasing the production rate but everything back to the first place.
Exhibitions are holding to attract the customers, branding and selling products all over the world and they are a good way to advertise a product to a vast pile of people. Now the question is are the exhibitions beneficial for the auto industry too?
The deadline of Standard Organization is really close and only 3 months left for the automakers to match their products with 85 standards. President of standard organization emphasized on this matter and it may contain pre-sale vehicles.
The parliament is working to finalize the auto market organization plan and make the automakers to be part of worn-out cars scraping plan, since most of scrapyards broke of closed after vehicle importation banned. Now the question is does this plan have the ability to solve the problem which happened because of importation ban?
Economy challenges and pressure of sanctions has been increased in the past months and worriness is rising about the quality of products and sanctions may have more effect on the industry.
Mohammad Shariatmadari should have been present in the parliament to be questioned yesterday but he decided not to be there. Now members of the parliament warn him to be present in the parliament at the morning otherwise his interpellation would start.
Part makers are struggling with clearance of their parts from customs but actually they are looking for their debts from automakers. Part maker’s debts sum up is near 70 thousand billion IRRs.
Human resources lay-off began in the spring and boomed in the summer among auto companies. This demassing has been continued since now because the doors of auto importation still closed and importers don’t have another way instead of worker lay-off.
Minister of industry, mine and trade declared through an enactment that from the beginning of September, the National Competition Council is only an organization that suggests final price tag of some certain domestic cars in the market and the duty of approving this suggestion is up to headquarter of market adjustment. But National Competition Council does not agree and insists to be in charge of its former duty.
The Paris Motor Show is alive and well this week, and over the course of two press-only days, it managed to pump out a plethora of vehicles that seriously stimulated our eyeballs from afar.