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Old March 2nd, 2015, 05:54 PM   #241
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South Africa February new vehicle sales inch up 1.1%, exports jump 35.6%

Domestic new vehicle sales in February increased by 1.1%, to 52 368 units, compared with the same month last year.

Statistics released by the Department of Trade and Industry on Monday show that new passenger car sales grew by 1.5% in February, to 34 909 units.

The car rental industry accounted for 9.9% of new car sales, noted the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (Naamsa) in a statement.

Sales of new light commercial vehicles, bakkies and minibuses, at 15 139 units, grew 1.8%, while sales of medium trucks, at 768 units, dropped by 16.4%.

New heavy truck and bus sales posted a 3.5% decline, to 1 553 units.

February, however, proved to be an excellent month for vehicle exports. The local automotive assembly industry moved 29 760 units to markets abroad – a 35.6% gain on February last year.

Naamsa anticipated that exports for 2015 could improve by up to 20% compared with last year, to a record of between 320 000 and 330 000 units for the year.

However, the domestic outlook for 2015 new vehicle sales remained one of marginal growth.

Naamsa said this was largely based on projections of a slight improvement in South Africa’s economic growth rate to around 2%, relative stability in automotive industry industrial relations, moderating consumer price inflation, as well as steady interest rates and credit ratings.

“The key imponderable revolves around security and stability of electricity supply.”

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Algiers Rouiba plant releases new Mercedes Benz truck model the ZETROS



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A new truck model, assembled in Algeria of Mercedes Benz brand, was released Tuesday from the plant of the National Company of the Industrial Vehicles (SNVI) of Rouiba (Algiers), fruit of the Algerian-German-Emirati investment.

The ceremony of the release of this first military truck of type Mercedes-Zetros 6X6 in its version of transport of troops was chaired by Major General Ahmed Gaïd Salah, vice-minister of National defense, Chief of Staff of the National Popular Army (ANP), at the headquarters of the Algerian Company for the production of Mercedes-Benz trucks of Rouiba (SAPPL-MB), in the presence of representatives of German and Emirati partners.

Following the release of Actros 2041S in April 2014, the SAPPL-MB launched the Zetros 2733A of Mercedes Benz brand which Algerian models are mainly meant for the National Defence Ministry (MDN).

"The release of this military truck is the culmination of a process leading to meeting the bulk of national needs in road transport means by a high quality range, same as provided by Daimler Group," officials said.

The SAPPL-MB Company was founded in 2012 with a capital of €103 million Euros. The majority of shares (51%) are held by the Algerian side through SNVI (34%) and the National Defence Ministry (17%), while 49% of shares are owned by Emirati Aabar.

The German Daimler/Mercedes-Benz is the technology partner.
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Old March 10th, 2015, 11:22 PM   #243
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Ethiopia will build the first electric cars in Africa

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Global Electric Transportation an American company will start making electric cars in Ethiopia in September 2015

Global Electric Transportation (GET) a cutting adage American company will start the project in September 2015 according the CEO of the company Ken Monter. Once the factory is finished it will produce just about 4000 electric cars a month he added.

The US Ambassador to Ethiopia, Patricia M. Haslach and the chief executive officer of Global Electric Transportation of the US, Ken Monter had discussed the project with the Ethiopian President Teshome Mulatu.

Patricia M. Haslach said the United States was expanding its strong relationship with Ethiopia not only in the sectors of peace and security, but also in the economic sphere. The electric car plant is part of this initiative by the US, she added. The carbon free cars will help with the enviroment and the safty of the users.

Ethiopia is one of the fastest growing economies in the world and the Ethiopian government is making sure the growth does not come at the cost of environmental cost to the people of the giant country in the Horn of Africa. It is to be recalled Ethiopia is the leading country in wind energy in Africa having completed two big wind farm projects in the past few years. The ever expanding green Ethiopian economy has attracted some big international companies.

The electric cars assembly plant will create many jobs and transfer of technology in Ethiopia. As the whole world of manufacturing is desperately moving from the traditional polluting way of making things Ethiopia is strategically placing it’self to be in the for front leading Africa.

Ethiopia with about 92 million people, a stable government and an economy growing about 11% a year is very attractive to investors.

The Ethiopian government should encourage domestic and international investors to invest in the next level manufacturing, which would include manufacturing of motors, industrial machinery, and research & development.
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Global Electric Transportation (GET) a cutting adage American company will start the project in September 2015 according the CEO of the company Ken Monter. Once the factory is finished it will produce just about 4000 electric cars a month he added.

thats huge !
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Toyota to expand Kenya car assembly plant

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The Japanese car manufacturer has announced plans to expand its vehicle assembly plant in Kenya.

Toyota Tsusho, in a statement from Tokyo, said a company team would look into the prospects of the multi-million shilling investment billed to significantly transform Kenya’s motor vehicle industry.

“We are keen to build on our investment portfolio in Kenya because of the country’s strategic position as a gateway to the East and Central African regions,” Toyota CEO Jun Karube said.
He spoke yesterday at the Kenya–Japan business forum in Tokyo attended by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

In 2013, Toyota Kenya opened a Sh500 million bus assembly plant in Changamwe, Mombasa, with a capacity to produce up to 200 units a month. This was the first plant of its kind set up by the Toyota subsidiary in Africa.

Speaking at the forum, Japan’s Economy, Trade and Industry Vice-Minister Shigeki Iwai lauded the “robust economic partnership” between Kenya and Japan....
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KATANKA Cars made in Ghana.


This is a very nice video..kamerun..100 percent africanized..
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Old March 18th, 2015, 05:13 PM   #247
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TIZI OUZOU, Algeria – The expansion of Renault’s manufacturing operations in Algeria looks set to continue, providing new jobs in the North African nation and fueling speculation about its strategic significance.

The November opening of an assembly plant in the coastal city of Oran already has created 250 direct jobs and 500 indirect jobs, according to Guillaume Josselin, CEO of Renault Algeria. The automaker is increasing staff by 100 employees this month, he says.

The plant is a joint venture 51% owned by the Algerian government (34% by the National Society for Industrial Vehicles and 17% by the National Investment Fund) and 49% by Renault.

The automaker also plans to open a spare-parts production unit in Constantine, 242 miles (390 km) east of the capital city of Algiers. Feasibility studies and inquiries to select a site for the plant are under way.

Although the Renault brand is considered expensive by the average Algerian motorist, the company boasts impressive results in the former French colony.

“Renault is the leading brand and we have placed (low-cost brand) Dacia in third place on the podium (for market share),” Josselin says. “These results were obtained thanks to the quality of our products, the professionalism of our network and the quality of service we deliver to our customers.”

Car imports to Algeria decreased in 2014 to $6.34 billion, down from $7.33 billion in 2013, according to Algeria’s National Informatics Center and Customs Statistics. With the reintroduction this year of state-sponsored car loans, which were suspended in 2009 in a move to curb imports, the purchase of vehicles produced locally will be prioritized.

A new law enacted in January requires dealers to create a sales relationship with Algeria-based automakers, not just importers; comply with standards on setting prices and levying relevant taxes; deliver ordered vehicles on time; and have necessary spare parts in stock.

The law may need time to have an impact; dealers say the impact of Renault production in Algeria currently is small.

“The Renault plant in our country produces an insignificant amount compared to the growing demand,” Rachid Guttab Hunday, a dealer in Tizi Ouzou, tells WardsAuto.com. “We import about 75,000 cars each year and demand is growing steadily. Brands like Hyundai are needed. Renault has come at a time when Asian brands are already well established in this country.”

Yet, not only potential local demand is driving the Renault investment.

Global auto-industry analysts see the Renault investment as a twofold strategy aimed at consolidating markets in Europe as well as positioning the French company for potentially significant growth in Africa. Ownership of about 130 vehicles per 1,000 inhabitants in Africa is barely a quarter of the figure for Europe.

“It's an interesting development,” says Professor Peter Cooke, KPMG emeritus professor of automotive management at the University of Buckingham in the U.K. “My suspicion is this will be a lower-cost facility for sourcing into mainland Europe in line with (Renault’s) strategy of sourcing from lower-cost countries, as well as supporting North African markets.

“Algeria is relatively close to France in terms of supply chain. I think one has to see this announcement in relation to the Dacia operations in Eastern Europe as Renault reinvents itself as a low-cost supplier,” Cooke says, noting how the automaker has leveraged its 1999 takeover of the Romanian automaker to spearhead its penetration into Central and Eastern European and North African markets.

Renault says the Symbol automobile being built in Algeria is based on the low-cost Dacia Logan and initially is being assembled from semi-knocked-down kits shipped from Romania. The automaker says Algerian sourcing has begun, with plastic injection parts and seats being provided by local suppliers and paint and bodywork facilities to follow soon.

To adapt to rugged Algerian roads, Renault has said it will raise the suspensions of vehicles built at the plant by 0.8 in. (20 mm) over its standard model designs.

Algeria is Africa’s second-largest automobile market and Renault is the leading brand with a 26.9% share of the market in 2014, according to the company’s annual report. But the automaker clearly has set its sights on expanding into other African and Middle Eastern countries.

“The interesting challenge will be how they respond to the development of ISIS further along the coast,” Cooke says of the Islamist extremist group that is mounting sustained attacks in Libya, which shares a border with Algeria.

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It seems that a Jeep dealership has taken over the Honda dealership in Ain Diab!

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South Africa And Nigeria Working Together To Develop Automotive Sector
The South African government is working closely with Nigeria to establish an automotive
assembling industry in Africa's largest economy where ten more auto plants are expected to be
operational by the end of the year. In exchange, Nigeria will procure vehicle components from South Africa


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And some claim that FDI is not important..



Peugeot Said to Plan Its First Car Factory in Low-Cost Morocco


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4:18 PM CEST May 21, 2015




PSA Peugeot Citroen plans to build a car factory in Morocco as part of an effort to increase its sales in Africa, following in the footsteps of French rival Renault SA, two people familiar with the matter said.
The plant would initially have a capacity of fewer than 100,000 vehicles a year, and Peugeot may announce the project publicly as early as June, according to the people, who asked not to be named because the talks are private. The first Moroccan-assembled vehicles would come from the middle to lower portion of Peugeot’s product range and be sold in the region, the people said.
The move comes Peugeot, Europe’s second-biggest carmaker after Volkswagen AG, seeks to lower its reliance on its home region. The Paris-based company sold about 60 percent of its vehicles in Europe last year. Meanwhile, Morocco is familiar territory for Peugeot Chief Executive Officer Carlos Tavares, who helped oversee Renault’s ramping up of its factory in Tangier in his previous role as the French company’s director of operations.
Pierre-Olivier Salmon, a Peugeot spokesman, declined to comment.
The new factory would be the first wholly owned and operated by Peugeot in Africa, where Jean-Christophe Quemard, one of the four members of the company’s management board, manages operations. The French manufacturer signed an agreement last year with Nigerian manufacturer PAN Nigeria Ltd. to assemble its 301 compact car in Kaduna, and eventually perhaps also the larger 508 sedan and the 308 hatchback.
Tavares has also said Peugeot will leverage its partnership with Chinese manufacturer Dongfeng Motor Corp. to boost sales in China and other emerging markets.
Sales Drop
The French carmaker’s sales in Africa and the Middle East dropped 25 percent last year to 169,400 vehicles. That was 5.8 percent of its total sales.
Once its factory is built, Peugeot would still have less than a third of the Moroccan production capacity of Renault and its Japanese partner Nissan Motor Co. The French-Japanese alliance’s 1 billion-euro ($1.11 billion) plant in Tangier builds low-cost Dacia-branded models such as the Sandero hatchback, the Dokker small van and the Lodgy wagon.
Renault also opened a factory near Oran, Algeria, late last year, which could build as many as 75,000 units a year.


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If the deal gets through this will mean tens of thousands of new jobs and Morocco export will be more of industrial products.

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THE MERCEDES-BENZ VEHICULES MADE IN ALGERIA

The Algerian Company SAPPL-MB Exposing at the Algiers International Foire

New Busses the Mercedes Benz Connecto




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Old June 11th, 2015, 02:54 PM   #253
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THE MERCEDES-BENZ VEHICULES MADE IN ALGERIA

The Algerian Company SAPPL-MB Exposing at the Algiers International Foire

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Truck ACTROS





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Old June 12th, 2015, 05:39 PM   #254
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Last step of neogociation btw Peugeot and Morocan Gov' perhpas to define host city either Tangier or Kenitra ..


L' usine marocaine de Peugeot bientôt sur les rails
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PSA Peugeot Citroën devrait annoncer la semaine prochaine un projet d'implantation au Maroc. Selon nos informations, l'usine pourrait démarrer la production dès 2017 pour des volumes estimés entre 75.000 et 100.000 unités par an. Le constructeur serait dans la phase finale de ses négociations avec le gouvernement marocain. La logique différerait de celle de Renault, qui a bâti une gigantesque usine à Tanger pour exporter des Dacia en Europe. Celle de PSA, d'une taille plus modeste, viserait le Maghreb et le Moyen-Orient, où le constructeur veut regagner le terrain perdu. Le groupe y fabriquerait un nouveau véhicule low cost sur la même plate-forme que la 301 et la C-Elysée.

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Old June 13th, 2015, 02:18 PM   #255
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I'm curious what's the integration rate of automotive industry in SA ??

I know its somewhere around 40% in Morocco... and its generally lesser in Africa.
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According to Lefigaro today Peugeot factory will be built in Kenitra :
http://www.lefigaro.fr/flash-eco/201...-prochaine.php
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It's OFFICIAL the 3rd automotive factory in Morocco goes to... PSA Peugeot Citroën.
In addition they will open an R&D centre.

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RABAT (Reuters) -- PSA/Peugeot-Citroen unveiled plans to build a 557-million-euro ($630 million) Moroccan factory, as the carmaker seeks to reduce production costs and its reliance on Europe following a brush with bankruptcy.

The site near the coastal city of Kenitra will begin assembling subcompact and compact models for Africa and the Middle East in 2019, PSA said in a statement. An initial annual production capacity of 90,000 vehicles is expected to rise to 200,000 as sales increase, CEO Carlos Tavares said after signing the investment deal at Morocco's royal palace in Rabat on Friday.

The models built in Morocco are likely to replace the Peugeot 301 and Citroen C-Elysee sedans produced in Vigo, Spain, for many of the same markets including Turkey and North Africa. They will be built on a new low-cost vehicle architecture, CMP, developed by its joint venture with Dongfeng for future models produced in China for the domestic market and southeast Asia.

The factory represents a belated step by Paris-based PSA to expand into lower-cost vehicles and emerging markets, reducing its exposure to Western Europe's relatively stagnant demand and high production costs.

It is also a sign of Morocco's growing industrial clout, which has seen it draw increasing investment in sectors ranging from cars to aerospace. PSA said it expects the plant to source 60 percent of components locally, rising to 80 percent as the supply chain develops. It will have a 4,500-strong workforce once at the 200,000-vehicle capacity.

"Africa and the Middle East are historic markets for PSA and the region is expected to become a profitable driver of our internationalization," Tavares said.

The former Renault second-in-command took over at PSA last year following a 3-billion-euro government-backed bailout in which it sold matching 14 percent stakes to the French state and Chinese carmaker Dongfeng after racking up billions of euros in losses.

Under his "Back in the Race" recovery plan, PSA is pursuing a 5 percent operating margin. The core automotive division returned to a small profit in 2014, but with about 60 percent of sales still recorded in the cut-throat European market, where the profitability of mass-market carmakers is under constant pressure.

Until now, PSA has lacked a low-cost production capability to rival Renault plants in Romania and Morocco that assemble budget models including the hot-selling Duster SUV.

Weak sales of the current no-frills offerings reflect plant and labor costs that are too high to compete effectively against Renault rivals such as the Duster or comparable offerings from Hyundai and Toyota.

As output ramps up in Morocco and is expected to resume in Iran - where international sanctions have forced western carmakers to halt sales - Tavares is targeting 1 million annual vehicle sales by 2025 in the Middle East and Africa. That represents a 12.5 percent share of a market seen expanding by 44 percent over the next decade, and where PSA's current market share stands at 3 percent.

Concerns mounted following a Reuters report that detailed plans by the carmaker to outsource some engineering functions to a Moroccan R&D centre run by Altran, a process now underway.
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They will also build 200.000 engines a year which is a first in Africa I think.
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Daimler (Mercedes-Benz) also build engines in algeria in constantine for truck and cars
the site of Oued EMO Hamimime Constantine, will be dedicated to the production of 26,000 water-cooled engines, the Mercedes-Benz, Deutz and MTU, particularly for motorized vehicles industrial, agricultural machinery and construction machinery. The start of production is planned for 2014.

http://www.siwel.info/Industrie-auto...ine_a3801.html

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the site of Oued EMO Hamimime Constantine, will be dedicated to the production of 26,000 water-cooled engines, the Mercedes-Benz, Deutz and MTU, particularly for motorized vehicles industrial, agricultural machinery and construction machinery. The start of production is planned for 2014.

http://www.siwel.info/Industrie-auto...ine_a3801.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yGFJh1uOKIk
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