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Altan Hidrolik General Manager Tevfik Altan: “A know how that requires innovative strategies is the most important need of the sector”

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Haber Eklenme Tarihi : 27.08.2018 13:04:00

Turkey is an essential part of the world with it’s strategic position. Due to this position as a bridge between the West and the East, it carries great potential culturally and socially.

Turkish automotive industry; with its automotive supplier industry’s and OEM’s high quality and productivity level has become an essential part of the world automotive industry and is continuing its growth at a fast pace. Some of the world’s most important automotive manufacturers such as DAIMLER MERCEDES, VW MAN, FORD, FIAT, RENAULT, TOYOTA, HYUNDAI, ISUZU have been constantly in a trend of increasing their production volume in Turkey in the past years.
I believe that the automotive industry will continue its growing trend, however this growth will be much faster in the Asian-Pacific countries due to their relatively faster growth compared to the rest of the world.
Along with Turkey already having high production volumes in both passenger and commercial vehicle manufacturing, it also has the highest growth potential in the CEE area.
My prediction is that especially in the passenger vehicle segment, diesel vehicle manufacturing will decline in the future and instead; gasoline, hybrid and electrical vehicle manufacturing will increase substantially.
Turkey is an essential part of the world with it’s strategic position. Due to this position as a bridge between the West and the East, it carries great potential culturally and socially.
For the advancement of the automotive industry, Turkey needs to come up with knowledge requiring, innovative strategies on electrical and hybrid motors, electronic control units and software instead of focusing on internal combustion engines. Especially, investments to improve and manufacture batteries and charging units should be made. These topics should be specifically given weight to in the education of the new generation.
Technology is advancing at a tremendous pace, hence OEMs are able to incorporate these advancements in their products and their business applications to create new and diverse opportunities very quickly.
OEMs in Turkey utilize most advanced technologies for qualitative and productive manufacturing. These changes bring the level of competition for OEMs and automotive suppliers very high so the companies that can not adapt to these advancements in technology and fail to improve constantly are forced out of the game.

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