News ID : 3725
Publish Date : 13 August 2019 - 10:01
The decay cycle of worn-out cars as well as the refurbishment of the worn-out fleet have long ceased to exist, and there is no news of turning on the lights at the mall.
khodrocar_No allocation of sources, increase of currency rate and heavy vehicle price rise broke the plans of the government. News show that plan of hard technical inspection for heavy vehicles is replacing the plan of renovating the whole fleet.

"The plan went on for a while and the government supplied the budget of 20 thousand passenger and freight heavy vehicles but two things stopped the project. First transferring money is getting complicate and big part of the project is related to CKD cars and it was planned to be done by European companies before sanctions and after sanctions with Chinese.” 

Mohammed Hossein Goudarzi, chairman of the board of directors of the Center for the Recycling and Recycling of Used Cars, told the automotive reporter: "First I have to say that the recycling has been completely closed. A few percent of the remaining capacity was completely shut down. "

"The government also seems to have no plans to discuss the decline," he continues.

Godarzi also cites the depletion of heavy vehicles: "It was supposed to be upgraded to 200,000 units in three years. On the one hand, there was an ordinance authorizing carmakers to produce heavy vehicles equivalent to one for every three trucks produced. The truck gets out of order and the scroll tab is issued for numbering. "That has been delayed for a year, and in that case, I have to say, unfortunately, the heavy vehicles have also been cut."

"Even if a new factory like the one that is still operating, like Iran, Khodro Diesel, Saipa Diesel, whether it can help the downturn in a new plant," he says. And starting mammoths and so forth will not help much in the area of ​​decline. Because the production of heavy cars, if not stopping, but the downturn has taken hold and the construction of a factory will not help much. So the rollout of heavy-duty vehicles will not boom. "

Experts say sanctions are the most significant obstacle to implementing the project, saying that despite the fact that the government had partially financed the project, it was not feasible and now we can see that a A year and a half since the project began, it has completely stopped and there is no deference to continue it under current circumstances.

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