Turkey automotive industry, has reached the highest exports in the second monthly basis in November this year. According to the data of Uludağ Automotive Industry Exporters Association (OİB), the sector's exports increased by 0,3 percent in November, reaching 2 billion 698 million dollars.
In November, when the exports of the supply industry increased 1 percent and the exports of Motor Vehicles for Transporting goods increased 43 percent, France increased by 28 percent and the UK 43 percent.
OIB Board Chairman Baran Çelik said, “The average export of the automotive industry for the last three months was 2,7 billion dollars. We believe that by the end of this year we will reach the target we revised as 25 billion dollars due to the pandemic ”.
leader of Turkey's export sector of the automotive industry, in the last weeks before the end of 2020 stayed in the fight against the pandemic has reached its second highest monthly export figures. According to the data of Uludağ Automotive Industry Exporters Association (OİB), the sector's exports increased by 0,3 percent in November, reaching 2 billion 698 million dollars. The automotive industry thus reached the second highest export figure on a monthly basis, following the $ 2,9 billion export realized in October this year. In November, the share of the sector in Turkey still ranks first in exports was 16,8 percent.
OIB Board of Directors Chairman Baran Çelik emphasized that the average export of the automotive industry for the last three months was 2,7 billion and said, "We believe that we will reach the target that we revised as 25 billion dollars at the end of this year due to the pandemic."
Stating that the exports of the supply industry increased by 1 percent and the exports of Motor Vehicles for the Transportation of Goods increased 43 percent in November, Baran Çelik said, “Last month, we increased 28 percent to France and 43 percent to the UK. On the other hand, our 11-month exports in the January-November period decreased by 19 percent compared to the previous year, with the negative impact of the pandemic, to $ 22,75 billion, ”he said.
Supply industry exports increased by 1 percent
Passenger car exports decreased by 13,5 percent in November to 1 billion 8 million dollars. Supply Industry exports increased by 1 percent to $ 908 million, Goods Transport Motor Vehicles exports increased by 43 percent to $ 536 million, and Bus-Minibus-Midibus exports decreased by 25 percent to $ 143 million.
Germany, which exports the most in the Supply Industry, increased 13 percent, Italy 10 percent, Spain 63 percent, Russia 18 percent, Poland 26 percent, Romania 31 percent, Slovenia 50 percent. and a 63 percent decline to Iran.
Among the important markets in passenger cars, there was 55 percent increase in exports to France, 32 percent to Israel, 40 percent to Egypt and 27 percent to the USA. On the other hand, exports to Italy fell 12 percent, Germany 45 percent, Spain 20 percent, the United Kingdom 19 percent, Slovenia 17 percent and Belgium 51 percent.
In motor vehicles for the transportation of goods, 176 percent to the United Kingdom, 53 percent to Italy, 129 percent to Belgium, 46 percent to Slovenia, 84 percent to Spain, 76 percent to the Netherlands and Germany to Germany. There was a 34 percent decline.
Bus-Minibus-Midibus product group exports decreased by 71 percent to Italy, 30 percent to Germany, and high rates to Sweden, Azerbaijan-Nakhichevan and Hungary.
12 percent decrease to Germany, 28 percent increase to France
Exports to Germany, the largest market, decreased by 12 percent in November to 351 million dollars. On the other hand, France, the second largest market, increased by 28 percent to 329 million dollars, and to the United Kingdom, with an increase of 43 percent, to 265 million dollars. In November, 11 percent to Spain, 32 percent to the USA, 27 percent to Israel, 34 percent to Egypt, 12 percent to Slovenia, 15 percent to Morocco, 46 percent to Romania and the Netherlands. there was a 54 percent decrease.
Exports to the EU were $ 2,1 billion
Last month, 2 billion 78 million dollars were exported to the European Union countries, which are the largest market in the country group. EU countries ranked first with a 77 percent share in exports. Exports to EU countries took place at the same time last year. The North American Free Trade Zone increased by 26 percent.