The goal in exports is to reach 32 billion dollars again

The goal in exports is to reach 32 billion dollars again

3 May 2021 0 By administrator

Stating that automotive production in the world, Europe and our country has contracted in the last 3 years, TAYSAD (Vehicle Supply Industrialists Association) Albert Saydam stated that an average global growth of 13 percent is expected this year compared to 2020. Saydam continued as follows:

“This corresponds to a global production of 87.2 million units. It is estimated that Europe will likewise grow by 14 percent in production and produce over 19 million. Turkey positively differentiates itself from Europe in terms of production and sales. Especially the increase in heavy vehicles makes us hopeful. Because heavy vehicle means movement and trade. According to industry estimates, our country is expected to produce 1.1 million units this year, growing by 10 percent compared to the previous year. “

32 billion dollar line in exports

It is seen that Turkey increased its export revenues (7.6 billion dollars) by 10.3 percent in the January-March period in the same period of the previous year. The export of the supplier industry was even higher in percentage terms. Accordingly, the exports of the supplier industry in the January-March period increased by 17.1 percent compared to the same period of the previous year and reached 2.9 billion dollars. Saydam noted:

“As the supplier industry, we may be less affected by the main industrial producers as we supply products to various products and various countries. We can make more leaps in this context. This year, we revised the total exports of the supplier industry to 11.5 billion dollars. I guess that between 19 and 20 billion dollars, the main industry will be exported. As a result, we will reach $ 31.5 billion in exports in 2021, approaching the $ 32 billion mark two years ago. Of course, this is also due to the price increase in parity and commodities. “

Will apply annual leave for long stops

Saydam stated that, as TAYSAD, they have conducted impact studies from the first moments of the Covid-19 process, Saydam stated that 64 percent of the participating members will apply annual leave for long-term stops.

“Because, when we did not have a job, more short-term work was applied, so there was an accumulation of leaves. We are complying with the plans announced by the main industry by dissolving these annual leaves accumulated at the moment. We draw forward our July-August treatments. Since it is said that the production will continue as of August, we started to use our annual leaves. Employees on annual leave do not lose their rights. However, low-level supply industry representatives who do not use annual leave are granted unpaid leaves. In this context, 53.5 percent of the supplier industry makes free products available to all personnel. He does not differentiate between blue and white in this regard. 46.5 percent give unpaid leave to the blue collar. Of course, we would like to state that this is a low rate when we consider that the vast majority prefer annual leave. “

21 out of 100 are Covit

Emphasizing that Covid-19 cases in the sector were also included in the research, Saydem said, “In this context, the rate of employees who got sick from March 2020 to April 2021 was 21 percent compared to the total employees. we can say. As of today, the rate of employees who do not come to work due to Covid-19 positive, contact and suspiciousness to total employees is 1.5 percent. This is actually a very good rate. “It is seen that the industry has taken a serious measure, from wards to work areas, from dining halls to dressing areas.” In the study, it was determined that 55 percent of the members anticipated a decrease in their turnover due to the sudden stop decisions of the main industry.