In this regard, Mohammad Reza Najafi Manesh, chairman of the Association of Homogenous Segmentation Industries, tells Automotive Reporter, "Many of the segmentation workers have been subjected to three waves of unemployment, adjustment or suspension, and this is not a good situation for segmentation."
Najafi Manesh continued: "Many of the executives in the segment are in bankruptcy, prosecution, high debt and jail time and conviction and so on and many of the country's entrepreneurs are practically stalled. "In this situation, rather than development, we will see more of the decline in production units."
Maziar Bigloo, secretary of the Iranian Automotive Parts and Accessories Manufacturers Association, told a car reporter recently: "The main problem in the supply chain is that prices are grammatical prices. When prices are applied to the automaker grammatically, the automaker also naturally imposes grammatical prices on the automaker so actual parameters such as exchange rate, inflation rate and wage rate are not included in the pricing debate. The same thing has caused the makers to adjust and to lose, and to keep getting smaller and moving toward destruction.
Recently, Ahmad Nemat Bakhsh, secretary of the Automobile Association, also told the Automotive Reporter that the major problem for automakers is the lack of liquidity and that they are owed more than their losses even to auto parts makers, and if the liquidity shortage problem is not resolved. Losses for carmakers and carmakers will also increase, leading them to bankruptcy.