News ID : 3859
Publish Date : 24 December 2019 - 09:07
New records of automobile production in the last month of autumn announce a production boost in the auto industry but experts believes that this periodic increase doesn’t mean exiting crisis.
Khodrocar – according to activists of this industry, current production boost don’t have effect on the market and improving the condition and periodic production boosts happens in the second half of every year and it is natural.

"After shocks to automakers, they have come up with solutions to solve their problems and supply the parts that one of the reasons for the increase in production should be anticipated.” Saeed Madani, an expert of auto industry told khodrocar reporter.

"Every year in the second half of the year, especially the last quarter of the year, production is accelerated to increase production statistics on the one hand, and on the other hand, automakers to meet their obligations.” He added.

"Production has always been slower in the second half of the year due to lower holidays, so along with the supply of parts, which has been one of the reasons for the increase in production, the government's decision to help automakers has also boosted production.” He said.

"At the same time, the anticipation of new government assistance to the automotive and car industries has given the car maker more incentives than the previous 4 trillion IRRs, but one should keep in mind that this increase in production should not be optimistic because it creates the impression. Slow production problems are solved.” He said.

"At present, each product is manufactured at a certain price but is sold at a gross price which results in the loss of the car maker and in this case the forecast of financial aid for the car maker will eventually turn into a profit for the dealer and the bank and a loss for the Car makers with no achievements.” He mentioned.

"The notion that the market situation will improve as the production situation improves is not a good idea because a firm that manufactures a product at a gross loss and sells it at a gross price is causing a loss-making industry, so policies like this It is doomed to go downhill and will not improve the state of the automotive industry.” He called.

The cross-sectoral growth in the second half of the year is driven by automakers' commitment to productivity growth, but production has slowed in the first half for several years. As in the past, this will be a cross-cutting process where authorities need to anticipate solutions aimed at stabilizing production.

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