News ID : 4029
Publish Date : 30 May 2020 - 09:08
One of the main ambiguities in the carmakers' pre-sales plan is the exact time of delivery of these cars, cars that, despite previous delays, reduced production due to sanctions and Corona, should be seen when they are expected by customers.
Khodrocar - The registration of 22,000 cars by the two automakers will begin with delivery in less than three months to the next few days. However, carmakers are still lagging behind in their commitments, and in some cars this situation is far worse, and in such a situation, there is a rumor that the registered cars will not be delivered on time.

The complex and difficult process of securing foreign exchange from the last months to multiplying the price of raw materials has also caused ambiguity in the sufficient production of parts and timely delivery of automakers, and the question arises as to whether automakers will be able to deliver new receipts on time.

"The prediction of about 25,000 cars in the first round of carmakers' pre-sales is about 15 days, and the number is not unattainable and cannot be a concern for not delivering on time.” Siamak Moghtadery, member of part makers union told khodrocar reporter.

"The parts industry has been struggling with a shortage of currency for a long time, but since the increase in production began in December, it has continued to be the most important factor in sustaining this trend.” He said.

"If automakers, with the help of the government and the banking system, have access to financial resources, the daily production of 2,000 devices will continue, otherwise the automotive and parts manufacturing network will face a serious challenge to produce because it is currently liquidity is the biggest obstacle.” He said.

"With the current pricing method, which has always been grammatical, the sales of automakers cannot be sustainable. Compared to last year, we are now seeing a 20 percent increase in factory sales compared to last year, while inflation, new raw material rates and rising wages cannot meet the profitability of car factories.” He said.

"The raw material factories are mostly state-owned or have government-owned stocks, as they are listed on the stock exchange and the price is determined by supply and demand, while these conditions do not apply to car companies. This is a fundamental problem because if the price is grammatical, it must also flow in the raw material supply chain.” He continued.

"Factories must be profitable in order to meet their obligations. In this situation, if the government seeks to deliver at a low price, it must pay subsidies.” He mentioned.

"The trend of pricing should be the flow of freedom, or if it is an order, this trend should be applied to the whole chain until the problem is solved. The current problem will not be solved.” He said.
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