Iranian automaker to increase daily production output to 2,000 cars

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran’s largest carmaker, Iran-Khodro Company (IKCO), has considerably increased its production output, its president Javad Najmeddin announced on Tuesday.

“The daily production output of Iran-Khodro products will hit 2,000 cars by August 22,” Najmeddin said.

He said that the carmaker’s daily production output currently stands at 1,700 cars.

He said that his company would manufacutre a total number of 550,000 cars by the end of the current Iranian year (March 20, 2014), and stressed that IKCO would export 50,000 cars during the said period.

He also pointed out that Iran-Khodro will introduce six new products by the end of the current year.

IKCO, founded in 1962, is the Middle-East’s largest car manufacturing company.

IKCO has paved the way for broad presence in global target markets by designing and developing new modern cars, raising the quality, safety and fuel efficiency of products as well as decreasing their environmental emissions.

By Fars News Agency


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