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Centralized sales policy making ‘one of the best policies of the Ministry of Industry’

Centralized sales policy making 'one of the best policies of the Ministry of Industry'

The first ceremony to announce the results of domestically produced cars took place on May 31 at SAIPA Auto Making Company in Tehran through the integrated car allocation system in the presence of representatives of car manufacturers and regulatory bodies.

The first ceremony of the announcement of the results of domestically produced cars was held at SAIPA Automaking Company through the integrated car allocation system in the presence of representatives of car manufacturers and regulatory bodies and the selected products of companies including SAIPA, Iran Khodro Industrial Group (IKCO ), Bahman Motor, Kerman Motor, Modiran Khodro and Arian Motor were identified.

During this ceremony, Mohammad Ali Teymouri, CEO of SAIPA Automatic Group Company, considered the centralized policy of selling products and its implementation by automakers as one of the best policies in the country’s auto industry.

All of the world’s leading producing countries supply and sell products from their car manufacturers on this basis, Teymouri said.

In countries like China, which produces 20 million cars annually and/or Japan as one of the largest car manufacturers in the world, car sourcing policy is done by the government and implemented by car manufacturers and the best results have been obtained leading to general satisfaction .

Teymouri stressed that the car production of all domestic car manufacturers is such that they can use each other’s capacities in production.

In order to make better products and avoid wasting resources, appropriate conditions must be created so that all car manufacturers can exploit each other’s opportunities, he emphasized.

Emphasizing that SAIPA Auto Making Company welcomes all constructive proposals that will make the auto industry prosperous and create well-being for the people, SAIPA Company CEO said SAIPA Company would use 98% of its capacity in two shifts in 1401 in the current year. can use (started March 21, 2022).

If a good policy had been adopted for SAIPA from the start of policy making, it could have produced 2,700 vehicles in three shifts, he stressed.

The CEO of SAIPA Automotive Group Company stressed that according to the president’s 8-article order, increasing production was one of his demands and that this important issue required the provision of liquidity, while the Monetary and Credit Council (MCC), unlike the past years , offered no facilities for car manufacturers.

If liquidity had been allocated to automakers, car production would have increased better and faster, he said, adding: “In addition, employment would have been created for 20,000 people at SAIPA Company if there was liquidity to the company. assigned.”

He stated that the biggest problem of unsafe cars is the 18 million cars produced since 1990 and said: “Recently, Tiba and Samand cars have been introduced as unsafe cars by the Iranian Standards Organization (ISIRI). These cars are equipped with standards and the biggest problem in the cars produced in 1399 (2020) dates back to the time when standards were not defined for these cars and now these cars are driving and driving in the country so serious decisions need to be made to keep the worn and old cars.

Following Iranian President Raeisi’s order of eight articles on transparency and increasing public satisfaction and the emphasis of the Minister of Mines and Commerce, the Ministry of Industry, Mining and Trade began work at the beginning of this year. establishing an integrated car allocation system in 1401 (started on March 21, 2022) he said, adding: “Accordingly, all domestic car manufacturers were required to register their cars on the portal to sell their products.”