Khodrocar - While these days, car makers face heavy debts to the makers, and on the other hand, liquidity has become a serious challenge in this area, there are suggestions to save on relying on excessive manpower adjustment, while taking a close look This suggests that adjusting this amount of labor will become a social crisis, and undoubtedly the return of the workforce will impose a significant cost to the automotive industry in the event of improvements.
"The two major car makers have a major share in car production in Iran, and this has led the government to always defend the industry in times of crisis. This support is aimed at maintaining employment in these companies, because in the event of the disappearance of these companies, Iran's industry will be destroyed and we will face a major employment crisis.” Babak Sadraei, expert of auto industry told khodrocar reporter.
"As a result, in the current situation, the moderation of the surplus of automakers is not in the best interest of the country, the decision will have negative social and cultural implications in society and will undermine the remaining morale of these firms, so it will be psychologically complicated and difficult.” He added.
"If sanctions are removed and positive political events unfolded, then the problems of this industry will not be resolved overnight. As the sanctions lifted at the same time as the outcome, we saw that it took two years for the negotiations to take place, while Iran was a country It is not safe to invest, and the domestic and foreign investor will not be reluctant to operate in Iran under banning conditions, unless this investment is made in the form of ready-made or imported production lines, which is not good for Iran.” He said.
"According to such a report, the proposal to sell surplus assets with the aim of maintaining manpower is not only prevented from proving the unnecessary of these assets; in this case, there are assets that are unwilling to continue working and the sale of these natural assets Because you are looking for the closure of that industry; otherwise, the sale of assets will not be in the end.” He mentioned.
The expulsion of a workforce is now costing a lot to the automaker, which is due to the complicated and difficult labor laws in Iran, which, in many cases, has led to the preservation of a force Working in crisis situations is more cost effective to moderate, while the need to pay attention to the fact that the resumption of moderated forces after the problems of the automotive industry is costing far more heavily.