The Brexit will bring queue. So soon to the brands of cars that have production plants in soil English does no more than give them headaches. The first advised that it was studying the possible relocation of the production of one of the models it manufactures in the Uk was a Nissan. The japanese brand had warned that if your factory because of the Brexit lost competitiveness in front would be the whole or a part of the production of the Qashqai.
By now the British Government has done no more than to calm the waters and try to convince the marks that you will not suffer any economic loss or commercial when the country will abandon the free trade area european (that is see). Other brands are waiting to see what happens to make a decision, as a Mini. However some reason of weight you will have given to Nissan for this decides not only to maintain the production of the next generation of the Qashqai in Sunderlan, but also to be manufactured with the new generation of SUV X-Trail.
Nissan Motor has reported that in the plant that have in Sunderlan not only keep the production of the current generation of the Qashqai, but that you will receive the next-generation of the whole path of the firm. In addition it also has been reported that in the factory English also will manufacture the new generation of the older brother of the Qashqai, X-Trail.
This decision does not come alone, because the brand has also committed to increase the investment that had been planned for the factory English. In this way the workers will keep their jobs with the new reallocation of the production. This situation has come about thanks to the guarantees which the British Government has provided to Nissan in the maintenance of its competitiveness and economic interests and trade.
Carlos Ghosn has announced that the decision has been taken to evaluated the assurances provided by the executive to the plant that Nissan has in their country. We will have to wait to know the details of this agreement, to know if it is a decision for the long term or may be modified if the consequences of Brexit become more tough for the automobile industry English.
Source – Nissan