Khodrocar - Deal to sell 40 thousand unfinished cars to part makers in the form of their debts is happening while the number of unfinished cars of both automakers can clear the whole debts of automakers and make it possible for them to buy first materials.
There have been reports that two scenarios have already emerged regarding the improvement of the process of completing and supplying incomplete products of automobile companies, which blames the first scenario of the car makers and stresses that they do not deliver the car to the car maker for completion.
Incomplete cars have played a central role and have tried to push the macro-policy maker down by reducing supply, so they can get their demands. According to the inspection agency, it was planned to deliver a large number of depot cars to customers.
Under the second scenario, a deal was agreed between carmakers and carmakers to get a portion of their working capital by completing defective cars to pay for carmakers' debt.
"Car defects are not just for high tech parts, and some of the deficiencies are simple parts that confirm the first scenario alleging that the part-makers did not cooperate in the delivery of the parts, although a negotiator with the part-suppliers reported the problem to the part." Farshad Moghimi, deputy of minister of industry, mine and trade told khodrocar reporter.
The deputy minister of industry's promise of zero incomplete cars by the end of September, while some carmakers have already announced the need to reduce automobile production and have announced that reducing the economic number of production can help control this.
But the Ministry of Industry did not issue the license because production was declining, so automakers continued to produce defective cars, causing much of the commitment not to be fulfilled, but as customers of the ministry raised objections, they decided to change policy. It has decided to focus on automakers that are completing defective cars and depots, and this policy has led to an increase in the number of vehicle deliveries and market offerings in recent weeks.
The policy of completing partial cars has gone so far that the two major carmakers are now in close competition with each other trying to deliver more cars, according to the latest figures released by Saipa Automotive Group in August. 53,000 cars have been delivered while carmakers have been on holiday for two weeks this month.
One must now see how responsive the Ministry of Industry's policy of completing incomplete work rather than producing defective cars is. However, the question arises, why was it not implemented sooner when this policy had a positive effect and led to market prices falling?