Dacia carmaker to export 75% of output from 2009

Dacia Company will export from next year 75% of its auto production, up from some 65% at present, Dacia director general Francois Fourmont announced at a September 23 conference of the Romanian Auto Makers Association.
Dacia will produce next year 400,000 vehicles, of which 120,000 will be for the domestic market, while 280,000 units will be shipped to export, in 50 countries, Fourmont explained.
The company will also make next year 805,000 sets of parts and components for the Logan and Sandero models made in countries like Russia, Morocco, Colombia, Iran, India, Brazil and South Africa.
The Logan model has been sold in 60 countries across the world, under the Dacia or Renault brands, since its launch in Sept. 2004 and by the end of this August.
As many as 745,293 Logan models made under the Dacia brand in Romania (75%) and in Morocco were sold in 48 countries, while 381,896 Logan models made under the Renault brand in Russia, Colombia, India, Iran and Brazil were sold in 12 countries.
According to ACEA statistics targeting the auto markets of 28 European states, namely 25 EU states (except for Cyprus and Malta) and three EFTA states – Iceland, Norway and Switzerland – the number of Dacia cars registered on those markets was 121,912 units over this Jan.-Aug., up by 6.4% on the same period a year ago, when 114,581 cars were registered. Dacia’s market share expanded to 1.2% from 1.1% in the first eight months of 2007.
As many as 13,699 Dacia cars were registered in the 28 European states in this Aug., up by 12.7% on Aug. 2007.

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