Creating a challenge to supply raw materials in the country for automakers
The secretary of the Auto Parts Manufacturers Association pointed to the challenge of supplying raw materials in the country and said: “The increase in the exchange rate has caused suppliers to export their products instead of selling them in the country’s market.”
Referring to the increase in the price of steel and iron sheets in the country, Maziar Biglou said: “Apart from this, exchange rate fluctuations have also caused the growth of the base price of petrochemical products, which has faced the domestic producer with the crisis of supplying domestic raw materials.”
The secretary of the Auto Parts Manufacturers Association said that the increase in the exchange rate has caused suppliers to export their products in the country market instead of selling them, adding: “These events have faced all industries, including parts manufacturers, with serious challenges that make it difficult for them to operate.” Has done.
He pointed to the challenge of supplying raw materials in the country and said: “This issue is to be raised in tomorrow’s meeting of the Automotive Policy Council, because in this situation, both parts manufacturers and automakers are facing serious problems due to the impossibility of increasing product prices.” According to Tasnim, Bigelow called on the government to take appropriate measures to supply domestic producers with raw materials to support them.