“After a few consecutive days of technical stoppage due to the lack of semiconductors and other components, we have regularized this situation, and we will be resuming the normal operation of our production line next Monday, November 14,” the company detailed last Friday.
According to data from the Association of Automotive Factories (Adefa), in the first ten months the automotive terminals produced 446,396 units (passenger and utility vehicles), which marked an increase of 28.1% compared to the 348,414 units that occurred in the same period of 2021.
Regarding exports, between January and October the sector sold 268,182 units abroad, an increase of 29.5% in relation to the same period last year. Finally, the accumulated figure for the year shows that wholesale sales to dealers reached 307,528 units, an increase of 12.3% year-on-year. The good performance of the activity, however, had warning lights in recent weeks in relation to the importation of inputs necessary for production.