The production of cars in Britain reached a record

The production of cars in Britain reached a record

The production of cars in the UK last month grew by 21%, which was the highest growth since July 2012, against the background of recovery of demand in the EU, writes MarketWatch with reference to information of the British Society of producers and sellers of cars (SMMT).

In April in the UK were collected 133,437 thousand cars, but 106,507 of them for export. About 50% of exports to the EU.

Since the beginning of the current year was made 538,24 thousand cars, which is 6.9% higher than 2013 Exports of vehicles increased by 424,805 thousand (8.7 per cent).

“In April there was an improvement in the situation in the automotive industry in Britain. There was steep rise in production for 2 years”, – said the head of the SMMT Mike hows.

He added that it is expected to further increase production in the near future against the background of the investment, and this is good news for suppliers and workers.

Selling cars in Britain in April was 176,82 thousand increase the 26th month in a row. For the first four months were sold in the country 864,942 thousand machines, 12, percent of vehicles higher than in 2013, is confirmed by the data SMMT.

The organization anticipates sales of 2.4 million vehicles this year in the country.

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