Several times we have mentioned that Spain is one of the main manufacturers of cars in the world. This year we have managed to overcome the last year’s data and with this we should be even better in front of the rest of the countries with which we compete. However, everything in this life you can always improve and this is what they want most of the brands that have production plants installed in Spain.
a Large part of this increase in the production of vehicles in Spain is due to the ever increasing measures of labour flexibility that they need to take both brands as workers. This is a very important point, because while our country is competitive in costs, manpower and qualification of the workers will continue being a country with a pointer in terms of production, but when these measures of labour flexibility as not to take effect, much to our dismay, the marks will be leaving our country.
According to the estimates of Anfac when we’re taking grapes be manufactured in our country, one of 2.8 million cars. To this must be added that, if the market is holding up well to the rhythm that carries it, they may have sold 1.3 million units. These figures, together with the 85 per cent of our production that we export to third countries will finish the year setting a new record.
however, one of the main employers in the sector in Spain, Anfac, still believes that we can continue to improve our numbers and therefore expected in the year 2017, let’s move to manufacture more than three million cars. In addition, also rely on the domestic market to be able to increase their volume of purchases, and the next year to be sold in our country, 1.5 million new cars.
To do this, trust that the brands continue to stand by our country in the form of new investments and the award of more models in the exclusive world. let’s Hope that all parties involved remen in the same direction and will enable our automotive sector continue climbing positions in the world ranking.
Source – the Spanish Association of Car and Truck Manufacturers (Anfac)