Khodrocar - The rotation in the parts market and the query of consumer parts and car body illustrates the numbers beyond imagination. Market participants attribute the lack of a segment due to sanctions and cuts to foreign partners, and even insist the buyer will lose the piece if they do not want to buy because even in the dealership there is no pieces.
Reports have suggested that the purchase of the Thunder 90 body should cost around $ 5,500,000, a trend that raises the question of Iran's quality and standard inspection company, which is tasked with rating these agencies. How much is it focusing on the supply index? How is it possible that a piece is available in the dealership but sold at a high price in the free market?
"The Quality and Standard Inspection Company monitors the supply of components in the supply chain and is one of the ratings indicators for dealers." Saeed Tajic, technical deputy of ISQI told khodrocar reporter.
"It is possible that the dealers will avoid supplying the parts but will undoubtedly maintain the quality of the parts as they will eventually end up with damage to the dealerships accordingly. Parts quality is always under the control of companies and agencies. They are supposed to prevent quality." He added.
"However, the effort to maintain the original quality is always at the head of dealers' activity and they are trying to get parts from the main importer or manufacturer." he added.
"Surveys show that the supply index is down 11 percent from year 96, which appears to be facing further downturns on the supply side as well as sanctions imposed this year." he mentioned.
"The supply coefficient in the world is about 98%, which is 73% in Iran, which is around 25% compared to the global average, while we are 70% in the satisfaction index." He told.
The dealers 'emphasis on non-commercial work comes as some carmakers' supply chains are heard to prevent the dealer from selling parts and sell it in the open market. In these circumstances, it seems that a directive should be taken to prevent the departure of a delegation.