Economy, Auto

IKCO to Enter Tunisia’s Vehicle Market

IKCO to Enter Tunisia’s Vehicle Market IKCO to Enter Tunisia’s Vehicle Market

Iran Khodro Company is set to export its latest products to Tunisia after receiving the standards of Africa’s vehicle markets. IKCO’s Deputy CEO for Export and International Affairs Saeed Tafazzoli said the company has already put efforts into earning the certificate of African markets for Runna, IKCO Press writes. He predicted that by 2016, all the arrangements would be made and IKCO would begin exporting Runna and Dena vehicles to Tunisia. “We will export 1,000 vehicles to Tunisia by 2016. Meanwhile, we have renewed our contract with our dealer in Tunisia for exporting IKCO’s products to the country for another three years,” he said. Tafazzoli emphasized the necessity of creating an appropriate ground for offering after-sales services in Tunisia. He said the officials in charge of offering such services in Tunisia have already attended training courses and received certificates. Last year, Tunisia’s trade minister paid a visit to Iran Khodro’s site in Tehran and expressed his country’s interest in expanding cooperation between IKCO and a North African partner.