According to the vision document of the whole country in 1400, the production of three million vehicles in the country was planned, which also included strengthening exports to neighboring countries, but following the sanctions of the past few years and various managerial and economic issues, not only this vision was realized. It has not been found that we saw a drop in production to about a third (about one million units) last year. For the year 1400, the planning is based on the production of 1.2 million vehicles, while the country’s parts industry claims that the production capacity of 2 million units is not far from the mind.
Investigating the possibility of deliberately reducing the circulation of the country’s automakers [به روز رسانی] – July 1400
These days, the mismatch between supply and demand is the most important reason for the turmoil in the car market and the price bubble in this market. To solve this problem, which has plagued the car market for several years, officials and automakers have repeatedly promised to increase production, which has been less practical.
Even in recent years, the promise of increasing car production was one of the reasons why the Competition Council agreed to issue a license to increase the price of domestic cars, but after the factory price of cars rose, this issue was forgotten and special follow-up on the reason for non-fulfillment. Has not taken. This time, the MPs are supposed to evaluate the issue of production circulation in the research plan of the automobile industry.
Hojjatullah Firoozi, a member of the Parliamentary Committee on Industries and Mines, said that the Committee for Investigation and Investigation of Automobile Manufacturers is examining the issue of production of these companies: “Automakers have promised to increase production in several meetings held in the Industry Commission “They have to explain why, if their production has decreased at the beginning of the year.”
Regarding the increase in car prices in the market, he said: “Given that the car market is not a safe place to invest, we recommend that people do not enter this market, because its future is uncertain and there is a possibility of loss.”
“Since the policy of the Parliamentary Committee on Industries and Mines and the 13th government is to regulate the market by removing monopolies and imports, those who seek to invest in the market may face economic losses,” he added.
Firoozi clarified about the news of a decrease in the production of one of the automakers in the first two months of the year: “The automakers should deviate from the proposed plans to increase production by having clear and defensible reasons. “This means, for example, that their machines may be broken or have a shortage of parts, otherwise any other justification is not acceptable and indicates management problems.”
The member of the Parliamentary Committee on Industries and Mines continued: “The committee of investigation and investigation of car manufacturers is investigating this issue and if the intentional reduction of production by car manufacturers in the first months of this year is confirmed in order to create fluctuations in the car market, report this issue in the report. “The final will be considered and referred to the judiciary.”
“Automakers promised to increase production in several meetings at the Industries and Mines Commission, so if their production has decreased, they must explain why.”
In a public session of parliament on December 2 last year, lawmakers agreed to a request to investigate the performance of car companies in terms of car quality and price. On that day, out of 251 deputies present in the parliament, 210 voted in favor, 19 against and 8 abstained, demanding an investigation into the performance of the car companies.
This research was presented in the following 9 areas:
1- Checking the status of car distribution for those who have been waiting in line for several years to deposit money and have not yet reached their legal rights.
2. Multiple pricing decisions
3- Investigating the recent registration mess due to lack of production and creating long queues and improper use of executive tools
4- Investigating the financial situation and the violations committed
5- Injustice in car registration and distribution
6- Existence of rent and harassment and non-observance of justice in registrations
7- Incompatibility of production, distribution, consumption and creating problems for the system
8- Low quality of manufactured products
9- Lack of attention to professional and elite managers in doing things
Two messages of declining production of high-volume cars [به روز رسانی] June 1400
Production of high-volume products of automakers in May this year compared to the period of 99 has been accompanied by an average decline of 92 percent. Surveys show that products such as the Peugeot 206 Type 5 or Peugeot 405, along with five other high-volume cars, experienced an average production drop of 92% in May compared to the same period last year, despite the fact that the production line of some cars such as Peugeot Type 2 and Rana have also been stopped.
At the same time, automakers are focusing on growing production of products previously referred to as low-volume cars. Thus, the statistics provided by the Ministry of Silence show that automakers have shifted from producing high-volume products to low-volume ones.
The reason for this shift is that it is not economical for automakers to produce high-volume cars at the moment, and it is natural for carmakers to switch to low-volume products. When Iran Khodro loses 30 million Tomans for the production of each Peugeot Pars device, stopping the production line of this car or continuing its activity with the lowest possible efficiency is quite predictable and logical.
Overproduction products are likely to face relative price increases next month to reduce production losses. If the loss of production of these cars is reduced, the growth of circulation will be justified for the automaker, and we will definitely see an increase in the production statistics.
Another effect of the decrease in the production of high-volume cars is the increase in the price of these products in the open market. While reducing the production and supply of these products is on the agenda of automakers, demand for them is still at its highest because these cars have a market price floor. Therefore, it is predicted that the cessation of supply or drip supply will cause the price chart of these cars to rise.
Production of 1.2 million cars per year [به روز رسانی] June 1400
The goal of the macro-automaker policy for the year 1999 was to produce one million vehicles on the floor and 1.2 million units on the roof. Given that in 1998, due to sanctions, we saw a decline in production and 900 automakers. They produced cars, in 1999 the production increased.
According to statistics, the production of the first two months of 1400 was equivalent to 140,759 vehicles, which we see a growth of 11.2 percent compared to the same period last year and also a realization of 67 percent compared to the two-month plan of 1400.
In general, and according to the work plan of car companies, due to the Nowruz holiday and the way of ordering parts and supplying it from the supply chain, the production statistics of the first two months of the year flow with a smoother slope than in the coming months. Is visible.
The most important reason according to which we can hope to achieve the goal of targeting car production in 1400, is the creation of the necessary infrastructure to supply and equip car parts by automakers, which fortunately this year through the necessary coordination with parts companies, Has taken place.
Domestic parts manufacturers have the ability to increase the production capacity of parts and thus the production of cars and help the car manufacturers, but it must be said that due to this ability, they need support.
Relying on the power and capacity of domestic manufacturing in the supply chain of automotive companies, especially Iran Khodro and Saipa, the production of more than 1.2 million vehicles will be achieved.
Certainly carmakers can not offer what they produce because it has happened in the past because of a shortage of parts and some cars were not offered, but this was not the case last year and as much as possible Have done.
The main problem of the parts manufacturers at the moment is the lack of liquidity, both in foreign currency and in Rials, and this shortage has caused many problems and stopped the activity in the car market business.
“The problems we have are related to the allocation of currency and the lack of liquidity,” said Mohammad Reza Najafi Manesh, president of the Association of Homogeneous Parts Manufacturing Industries, noting that component makers face a lack of liquidity. Customs says 90% of the goods are cleared, but we have a liquidity problem that we can not clear. “These days, one after another, we are witnessing the cessation of production and the closure of parts manufacturers, and the supply of parts by them has been severely disrupted.”
The official continued: “Currently, the total claims are 50,000 billion tomans, of which 25,000 billion have been postponed, and the reason is that the automaker is not able to pay it because their accumulated losses have reached 85,000 billion tomans.”
“Automakers were almost profitable until 1990, and losses began to start in 1990, when the Competition Council entered the field of car pricing, and by 1998, the total accumulated losses were about 55,000 billion,” said the president of the Homogeneous Parts Industry Association. “And in 99, it reached 85,000 billion tomans.”
Production of defective cars by automakers continues
Referring to the situation of parts production in the country, Najafi Manesh explained: “Parts manufacturers can produce 2,000 cars a year, but because they do not have liquidity, they can not move well in this direction, and this issue of liquidity, production growth. makes less.”
“The automaker has to sell cars without losses to increase production, while now it has a loss of 85,000 billion,” said the president of the Homogeneous Parts Industry Association. “Currently, there are more than 100,000 cars in the carmakers’ parking lot, which are defective and most of their parts are in customs, and carmakers cannot clear the parts due to lack of liquidity.”
“The new government that is coming to power should think about the car industry and turn this loss-making industry into a profitable one so that we can see an increase in production growth,” the official continued.