Nissan aims to double its production in South Africa

The Japanese automaker, Nissan, intends to double production at its plant in South Africa in Rosslyn (near Pretoria) through the production of a new model collection since 2018, reports the media in South Africa.The group will increase its production to 80,000 vehicles a year compared to 000 40. Now, said the CEO of the South African subsidiary of the Japanese group, Mike Whitfield, quoted by the press.According to the official, discussions are underway on this project, which will be officially launched early next year.The new vehicles produced in Rosslyn be passed mainly in the African market, continued Whitfield.The automotive industry contributes 6 percent to the gross domestic product of South Africa, which accounts for 12 pc of exports to that country.According to the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers, almost 622,000 vehicles will be produced in South Africa this year against 277,491 in 2014.
Nissan aims to double its production in South Africa Reviewed by Dev17.club on vendredi, octobre 07, 2016 Rating: 5 The Japanese automaker, Nissan, intends to double production at its plant in South Africa in Rosslyn (near Pretoria) through the production...

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