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MG Motors will present three CKDs models in Pakistan – business

General Manager of This was stated by MG Motors in Pakistan, Syed Asif Ahmed. plans submit three models of completely bewildered down (CKD) cars in Pakistan including HS model as part of five-year plan.

In a statement to business recorderAhmed said Pakistan was “very CKD oriented market”.

CKD vehicles assembled on site versus completely built units (CBU) which need be imported.

“We work closely with Engineering Development Council. In spite of global logistical crises, especially in China after Covid-19 lockdown and restrictions, factory equipment arrived in Pakistan. We work day and night to make it work in in current fiscal year”, general manager said business recorder.

However, he did not specify the other two CKDs. models company will present.

“We want to provide clients in Pakistan with several options as well as features in our vehicles,” he added.

Ahmed said safety features in locally assembled vehicles were “significantly weak”, adding that MG Motors global standards for it’s CKD models without any “surcharges”.

MG’ not in in race become the biggest player” in Pakistan, he told the publication. “As an everywhere in in the world every brand should have 10 to 15% market share to ensure healthy competition”.

AT general manager also called for Pakistan to take advantage of its geographical position in access automobile markets in Central Asia, North Africa and the Middle East.

“We’re not a very attractive local market for global auto players but we can certainly become vehicleexporting country,” he said.

AT automobile industry should stop looking away government for handouts, Ahmed said, adding that the industry “already overprotective.”

“The only sustainable, long-term solution to recurring crises faced through auto industry is export of made-in-Pakistan vehicles”, he commented.

Ahmed said he would only ask government stimulate electrical vehicles how it was new avenue and support will have a multiplier effect.

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