In November, the national production of vehicles was 36,808 units, 4.8% less than October and 18.6% below the performance of the same month last year.
The sector exported 26,048 vehicles, which means, 18.2% more compared to the previous month, and 36.2% over the volume recorded in November 2017.
In wholesale sales, the sector marketed 33,095 units, volume that was placed 11.1% below the record of the previous month, and 57.9% less if compared with November last year.
The monthly balance sheet of the Association of Automotive Makers (ADEFA) indicates that, with 21 working days (one business day less than October, but same volume of production/day), the automotive terminals produced 36,808 units, that is, a 4.8% less with respect to the 36,659 units which were produced during the previous month and a 18.6% drop compared to the 45,228 cars and utility vehicles that were manufactured in November 2017.
On an accumulated basis from January to November, the automotive sector produced 446,174 units, that is, 1.4% more compared to the 440,128 vehicles which were manufactured in the same period last year.
Continuing with the data, the automakers exported 26,048 vehicles, reflecting a rise of 18.2% compared to the volume that was exported last month, and 36.2% over the 19,122 units that were exported in November 2017.
In the annual accumulated, the terminals exported 246,413 vehicles, which shows a growth of 28.8% compared to the 191,385 units that were shipped to various markets in the same period last year.
In wholesale sales, the industrial report of November indicates that the sector marketed to the dealer network 33,095 units, which means, 11.1% less than the 37,207 sold in October and 57.9% below the performance of the same month last year when sales accounted for 78,631 units.
With a total of 633,398 vehicles marketed between January and November, the sector recorded an year-on-year decline of 20.2% regarding total wholesale sales.