OIB Delegation Examined France's New Generation Electric Vehicle Models

OIB Delegation Examined France's New Generation Electric Vehicle Models
OIB Delegation Examined France's New Generation Electric Vehicle Models

Organized by the Uludağ Automotive Industry Exporters' Association (OIB), the France-Renault OEM Sectoral Trade Delegation held bilateral business meetings in France, which spends 6 billion Euros on R&D annually and is the second largest export market of the Turkish automotive industry, mainly for electric vehicles. He also had the opportunity to examine the vehicle models of the future and get information.

OIB Chairman of the Board of Directors Baran Çelik: "Despite the important problems experienced due to the pandemic last year, France, where we recorded an export of 2020 billion dollars with an increase of 14 percent compared to 3,4, is our second largest market after Germany with an 11,5 percent share in our total sector exports. It is of great importance that we come together and have contacts with the French automotive industry and Renault officials, which employ 4 thousand people in 400 sector companies across the country.” Uludag Automotive Industry Exporters' Association (OIB), the sole coordinator organization of the Turkish automotive industry in exports, continued its overseas delegation tours with France, with the vision of making the industry a strong part of the transformation experienced in the world. Organized by OIB, France-Renault OEM Sectoral Trade Delegation made a series of contacts in Paris in order to improve foreign trade relations with the French automotive industry, which spends 6 billion Euros annually on R&D and is one of the giants of the world automotive industry. 14 representatives of 15 Turkish automotive companies operating in many product groups from composite materials to electronic materials took part in the Franco-Renault Sectoral Trade Committee. Thanks to the visit, the OIB delegation, which held bilateral business meetings in France, the second largest export market of the Turkish automotive industry, also had the opportunity to examine and get information about the vehicle models of the future, especially electric vehicles.

OIB delegation had a bilateral meeting with Renault officials

The delegation, led by OIB Chairman of the Board Baran Celik, made important contacts during the three-day visit. Visiting the Turkish Embassy in Paris on the first day, the delegation met with Ambassador Ali Onaner and received information. The delegation had the opportunity to hold bilateral business meetings with purchasing officials at the Renault Technology Center on the second day. Under the leadership of OIB, the delegation zamAt the same time, he had the chance to get on-site information about future models, especially electric vehicles, at the Design Center. delegation, same zamAt the same time, he met with the officials of the French Automobile Platform (PFA) and the French Automobile Manufacturers Committee (CCFA) and consulted about the world economy and current developments in the sector.

Çelik: “France is our second largest export market”

OIB Chairman of the Board Baran Çelik said: “Despite the important problems experienced due to the pandemic last year, France, where we recorded an export of 2020 billion dollars with an increase of 14 percent compared to 3,4, is our second largest market after Germany with an 11,5 percent share of our total sector exports. The French automotive industry, which employs 4 thousand people in 400 thousand sector companies across the country, zamIt is currently the industry with the most patents. In this sense, it is of great importance that we come together with the French automotive industry officials and Renault officials, which are among the leading players in the world automotive industry. Our delegation visit was very productive in terms of carrying the existing relations with the French automotive industry, which is an important foreign trade partner of the Turkish automotive industry, to a further point.”

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