News ID : 3744
Publish Date : 01 September 2019 - 09:17
While importers companies and assembeled cars are arguing about the shortage of components, statistics of importing parts from customs is saying something else.
Khodrocar - Industry experts say the reason for this is the lack of expert work on segregating imported parts, while Mehdi Dadfar, secretary of the Automobile Importers Association, had earlier told the Khodrocar that there was a commodity for imported car but many of them are in customs and due to many problems they cannot be cleared. He was also adamant that it is possible for dealerships to be able to import the pieces by ordering, otherwise you would have to go to the Spare Parts Union and no doubt be smuggled out of the way when the roads are closed. 

There are problems with importing parts, but according to statistics, many parts are imported into the country, but due to the lack of expert work by the Customs, it is unclear where these parts are, and only according to statistics, Imports of parts are high and don't have to worry about providing after-sales services to companies, especially importers.

"It is indisputable that the customs simply declare the import statistics of the parts because the customs provide documentation for the import of each package, but that the volume of imported parts is devoted to OEM parts, AFTER MARKET components or market-based parts, from the statistics provided by Customs not specified." Amir Rezaei, member of part makers association told khodrocar reporter. 

"In the segmentation of some parts of non-manufactured parts due to lack of technical knowledge, economic justification and the ability to manufacture internally, the import is based on that." he added. 

"At the same time, some parts are in the subdivision, so it may not be part of the complete set and part of the internalization, which needs to be imported to make it a complete subdivision." he said. 

"Some parts are not 100% imported, and some parts require raw materials such as special aluminum and alloy steels, which can also be imported into pieces, which should be referred to as semi-finished parts and statistics. It should be separate in customs statistics." he continued. 

"At the same time, some parts are dedicated to the CBI segment that the spare market is importing to the bottom of the market because the segmenter has been unable to meet the needs of the automaker due to liquidity problems. Accordingly, these parts are imported by companies even in semi-free currency." he told. 

"The third category is the supply of parts for some of the imported cars which, due to limited circulation, do not have high internal manufacturing depth because their production is not economical while companies are committed to providing after-sales service for up to 10 years. Therefore, since the company is obliged to supply these parts, it has attempted to import them, but the challenge of clearing them is certain to be met with high and high prices if they are not supplied. We are customer-focused while providing these components in the company commitment." he said. 

"Customs has to make a tripartite division of the batch because semi-manufactured parts are subject to partial commitment and because of lack of internalization they need to be imported, another part belongs to the spare market and importing companies a breakthrough in this regard." he continued. 

Customs provided data on import of parts is unclear while the reference does not provide expert statistics on segregation of imported parts, and the absence of these conditions has led to obstacles along the way of clearing these parts, Supplying some components is a challenge. However, according to Rezai, one of the goals of the Ministry of Industry and Government is to determine the value of cars so as to improve the internal construction depth each year with the aim of reducing prices. Fixes problems related to supplying each piece.
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