Khodrocar - The delay in the automobile industry's eighty-five standards, which was anticipated nearly three years ago by the National Automobile Organization and the National Automobile Association, raises questions about why last year coincided with the carmakers' attempt to delay the implementation of these standards did not carry out a more rigorous expert work and was not annulled in year 97?
Farbod Zaveh, an expert in the automotive industry, said in an interview with Khodrocar, citing the National Standard Organization's awareness of the inability to comply with the eighty-five standards of the automobile industry under current circumstances and it became a statute, there was awareness that they should be removed, but since there was a statute, and this was followed up by the Standards High Council, a transnational institution, so It took a year for the standards to be delayed and three standards that could not be implemented Postponed and not implemented.
He emphasized that the standards that were delayed were not those that were very effective in the safety of domestic production cars, adding: "Other than those standards, domestic cars, especially in the field of heavy vehicles, have more structural deficiencies. These standards didn't help either."
The insistence on implementing these standards over the past year has freed automakers and left many projects half-finished and even stalled, with the potential to put a lot of pressure on these standards, says the automotive expert. Do not get into the economy and industry for example, fleet renovations were delayed by one year because the products were not able to meet these standards, which eventually led to the opportunity to burn.
"The approval of the head of the National Standards Organization, that the standards cannot be enforced in the automotive industry, apart from the technical discussion of the implementation of these standards, it is costly and in the absence of high purchasing power among buyers." He continued.
He concludes that the wrong decision-making circle goes far beyond the real situation of the country, which questions all the issues and that the sensitivities that could have an impact are marginalized, and in that case the best thing was to After a year of advising automakers not to comply with these standards, implementation has been delayed due to the circumstances.
These statements show that the vacancy of a bachelor's degree in the automotive industry has not only led to the expense of the extra Kurds in the industry but also to the stoppage of projects.