Automotive Export Passes 2 Billion Dollars Again in June

automotive exports exceeded billion dollars again in June
automotive exports exceeded billion dollars again in June

Uludag Automotive Industry Exporters' Union (OIB) showed that data according to Turkey's automotive sector he lives fall in exports in June began make normalization two-month hiatus after climbing on re-$ 2 billion Covidien-19, the negative effects of starts to decline. Automotive exports amounted to 8 billion 2 million dollars with an 16 percent decrease in June.


OİB Chairman of the Board of Directors Baran Çelik: “In addition to strengthening the existing markets, the fruits of our efforts for alternative markets have also appeared in June. We achieved high increases of 137 percent to Israel, 131 percent to Egypt and 399 percent to Brazil. We have also increased by up to 62 percent in the country group to the Middle East Countries and other European Countries. ”

Uludag Automotive Industry Exporters' Association (PA), exports of Turkey, according to the automotive industry, the negative impact of the epidemic 19 Covidien-lived decline to make normalization began in June showed that begins to decline. The sector, which exported 56 billion 1 million dollars in May with a decrease of 203 percent in May, once again increased to 2 billion dollars after a two-month break in June with a single digit decline. According to OIB data, exports of the automotive industry decreased by 8 percent in June compared to the same period of last year and reached 2 billion 16 million dollars. With the effect of the holiday, the number of working days was four days in June was also effective in the decline of the export decline in a single household. The sector, which ranks first in the country's exports, has an export share of 15 percent. The sector's exports in the January-June period were $ 29,5 billion, down 10,8 percent compared to last year.

OİB Chairman of the Board of Directors, Baran Çelik said, “Our efforts to increase our exports under all conditions continue at full speed. In addition to strengthening the existing markets, the fruits of our efforts for alternative markets also appeared in June. We achieved high increases of 137 percent to Israel, 131 percent to Egypt and 399 percent to Brazil. On the basis of country group, we have seen an increase of up to 62 percent to the groups of countries in the Middle East and other European countries including Serbia, Norway, Switzerland, and North Macedonia. ”

Supply industry exports increased by 3 percent

In June, exports of passenger cars on the basis of product groups decreased by 9 percent to $ 785 million, while exports of the Supply Industry increased by 3 percent to $ 722 million, exports of motor vehicles for goods transportation decreased by 35,5 percent to $ 262 million and Bus-Minibus-Midibus exports increased by 43 percent. It was $ 164,5 million.

In the January-June period of this year, passenger car exports decreased by 25 percent to $ 4 billion 296 million, while its share in total exports was 40 percent. Supply Industry exports declined by 26 percent, Motorized Vehicles for Goods Transportation by 43 percent, Bus-Minibus-Midibus exports by 32 percent, and Tractor exports under other product groups declined by 48 percent.

In June, exports to Germany, the country with the highest exports in the Supply Industry, decreased by 12 percent, 20 percent from France, Italy and the United Kingdom, 19 percent from Algeria and 67 percent from Algeria. 79%, 12% to Romania, 20% to the USA, 14% to Poland and 28% to Slovenia. Passenger cars fell 32 percent to France, 39 percent to Italy, 29 percent to the UK, 39 percent to Spain, 63 percent to the Netherlands, while 20 percent to Germany, 166 percent to Israel and Slovenia. or 60 percent, Egypt increased 163 percent. In motor vehicles for goods transportation, 63 percent export to Germany and Italy, 31 percent to the UK, 36 percent to France, 97 percent to the Netherlands, 44 percent to Slovenia, 103 percent to Belgium, USA There was a 12 percent increase in exports. The Bus-Minibus-Midibus product group saw 101 percent increase in exports to Germany, 189 percent increase in Morocco and 25 percent decrease in exports to France.

Exports to Germany decreased by 8 percent

In June, exports to Germany, the industry's largest market, fell 8 percent to $ 292 million, while France fell 28 percent to $ 253 million and Italy fell 37 percent to $ 134 million. Again, there was a 25 percent drop in the UK, 19 percent in Poland and 75 percent in the Netherlands. In June, exports increased by 45 percent to Slovenia, 35 percent to Belgium, 14 percent to the USA, 137 percent to Israel and 10 percent to Romania.

In the January-June period of this year, exports amounted to 29 billion 1 million dollars, with a 557 percent decrease from the top three major markets, while 33 percent to France and 42 percent to Italy. Exports to Egypt increased by 45 percent.

Exports to the EU decreased and 62 percent to the Middle East

In June, exports to the European Union Countries, which is the largest market with a 72,3 percent share by country group, decreased by 17 percent to $ 1 billion 457 million. There was an increase of 62 percent in the Middle East and 56 percent in the other European countries. In the January-June period of this year, exports to EU countries amounted to 8 billion 69 million dollars, while African countries decreased by 21 percent and Middle Eastern countries by 23 percent.


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