Nissan Mexicana grew by 28.4% in exports during July
MEXICO – According to the administrative record of the light vehicle automotive industry published by INEGI, during July 2021 Nissan Mexicana recorded a 28.4% growth in exports compared to the same period in 2019, by sending abroad 32,183 units compared to 25,048 two years ago.
However, in the accumulated first seven months of the year, the Japanese-origin corporate saw a decrease of (-) 9.00% compared to the same period of 2019: 246,465 units were exported in January-July of this year, compared to 270,851 in January-July 2019.
In contrast, in July 2021 the Mexican automotive industry as a whole reflected a decrease of (-) 25.42% with respect to 2019; it also registered a fall of (-) 20.37% in the first seven months of the year.
Regarding domestic sales, in July Nissan Mexicana observed a decrease of (-) 21.99% compared to what was reported in the same month of 2019. Likewise, in the accumulated January-July of this year, the company recorded a fall of (-) 17.9% compared to two years ago.
These results were slightly lower than those of the automotive sector as a whole, which contracted by (-) 22.5% and (-) 19.7%, respectively.
Source: Líder Empresarial