Turkey automotive industry, exports in September reached its highest monthly basis this year. According to the data of Uludağ Automotive Industry Exporters Association (OİB), the export of the automotive in September increased by 0,5 percent to 2 billion 605 million dollars. Turkey re-exports in the first place settled in industry, stood at 17,5 percent in the share of the total exports. The exports of the automotive sector in the January-September period, on the other hand, decreased by 24 percent compared to the previous year due to the pandemic and reached $ 17,1 billion.
Baran Çelik, Chairman of the Board of OİB: “With our exports of 2,6 billion dollars in September, we managed to surpass the average monthly exports of 2019, in which we are the leader. On the basis of product group, we recorded an increase of 5,5 percent in the supply industry and 12 percent in exports of motor vehicles for transporting goods, ”he said.
Turkey automotive industry, exports in September reached its highest monthly basis this year. Uludag Automotive Industry Exporters' Association (PA) According to data from the previous year, Turkey's exports rose 0,5 percent in September, the automotive industry over the same period was 2 billion 605 million dollars. Turkey re-exports in the first place settled in industry, there was a 17,5 percent share of the total exports. In the January-September period, the automotive sector made exports of 24 billion dollars with a decrease of 17,1 percent due to the pandemic compared to the previous year.
Baran Çelik, Chairman of the Board of OİB, said, “We succeeded in exceeding the monthly average export of 2,6 billion dollars, which is the monthly average export of 2019, which we finished as the leader with the export of 2,55 billion dollars we realized in September. On the basis of product group, we recorded an increase of 5,5 percent in the supply industry and 12 percent in the export of motor vehicles for transporting goods, ”he said.
Supply industry exports increased by 5,5 percent
On the basis of product groups in September, Passenger Car exports decreased by 7 percent to 899 million dollars, Supply Industry exports increased by 5,5 percent to 979 million dollars, Goods Transport Motor Vehicles exports increased 12 percent to 489 million dollars and Bus-Minibus-Midibus exports increased by 2 percent. It was 159 million dollars.
Exports to Germany, the country with the highest exports in the Supply Industry, increased by 13 percent, while an increase of 34 percent to Romania, 25 percent to Italy, 74 percent to Spain and 19 percent to Poland was recorded. Slovenia and the Netherlands decreased by 14 percent and Iran by 66 percent.
Among the important markets in passenger cars, there was an increase of 14 percent to France, 35 percent to the UK, 48 percent to Poland, 53 percent to Israel, 39 percent to the USA and 67 percent to Egypt. On the other hand, among the important markets, there was a 59 percent decrease in Italy, 46 percent in Spain, 19 percent in Germany, 21 percent in Slovenia and 68 percent in the Netherlands.
In motor vehicles for the transportation of goods, the most important market is 99 percent to the UK, 24 percent to Italy, 54 percent to France, 55 percent to Belgium, 22 percent to Slovenia, 61 percent to the Netherlands. and Germany fell 59 percent.
In the bus-minibus-midibus product group, there was a 49 percent increase in exports to France, a 42 percent increase in exports to Germany and a 99 percent decrease in exports to Azerbaijan-Nakhichevan.
1 percent decrease to Germany, 20 percent increase to France
In September, exports to Germany, the largest market on a country basis, decreased by 1 percent to 334 million dollars, while exports to France increased by 20 percent to 305 million dollars. Exports to the United Kingdom increased by 42 percent to 282 million dollars, while to Italy 18 percent, Spain 21 percent, Slovenia 23 percent, Netherlands 51 percent, Poland 25 percent, Belgium 15,5 percent, 14 Romania has increased 37 percent, Israel 24 percent, Morocco 41 percent and Egypt XNUMX percent.
Exports to the EU increased by 1%
In September, exports to the European Union countries on country group basis increased by 1 percent to 1 billion 995 million dollars. EU countries with a 76,6 percent share of exports ranked first. There was a 63 percent increase in exports to Oceania Countries.