CAR DEALERS ARGENTINA
En enero del año 2000 BMW Group fundó una nueva filial de ventas en Argentina, la número 27 del grupo. Fue un paso importante para la cobertura de los mercados de América Latina y, en este caso concreto, para atender el mercado argentino como una medida más para acercarnos a nuestra meta de estar debidamente presentes en todos los mercados del mundo. Eduardo Villaverde, director ejecutivo BMW Group América Central y América del Sur y de 41 años de edad, está a cargo de la subsidiaria y una red de 13 concesionarios distribuídos en todo el país.Argentina y toda la región latinoamericana están comprendidas en la región de ventas de América. BMW ya está presente en esta región con su fábrica de automóviles en Spartanburg (EE.UU.), y también con sus filiales de ventas en los EE.UU., Canadá, México y Brasil. Además, BMW dispone de plantas ensambladoras en Brasil y México.BMW está aplicando desde la década de los años ochenta una estrategia de presencia mundial a través del sistema de sociedades de venta propia, para lo que empezó en el mercado más grande del mundo.
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KIA ARGENTINA S.A.
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Mercedes Benz Motors
DaimlerChrysler Argentina announced the beginning of the production version with the steering wheel on the right utilitarian Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, exported to the markets of Australia, South Africa and New Zealand. The investment made for the operation is U S $ 10 million. Some staff received training at the plant from Dusseldorf, Germany. On August 24 part from the Port of Zarate Sprinter with 240 units, the first shipment to Australia and South Africa. In a second shipment, vehicles left for New Zealand. A total of 1,500 were exported Sprinter steering wheel to the right. In 2002, it is expected to sell in Australia, South Africa and New Zealand in the order of 5,000 units. On 6 September, marks 50 years since the production of Mercedes-Benz in Argentina.
Seizo-Jidosha Kabushiki-Kaisha ( "Automobile Manufacturing" in Spanish) was established on December 26, 1933, taking control all operations for the manufacture of the division Datsuns Tobata Co. Ltd. And its name was changed to Nissan Motor Co.. Ltd. On June 1, 1934. The founder was Yoshisuke Aikawa. He had great plans to mass produce 10,000 to 15,000 units per year, and was about to put his plan into practice.Nissan began early to develop manufacturing operations outside of Japan, beginning with Taiwan in 1959 and the establishment of Yulon, Mexico in 1961. In 80 years, Nissan established two strategic manufacturing bases outside Japan, Nissan Motor Manufacturing Corp.. In the USA And Nissan Motor Manufacturing in the UK. Today, operating manufacturing plants and assembly Nissan in 17 countries around the world.
In Nordenwagen, the exclusive Porsche centre in Argentina that particular level of excellence is easy to perceive not only when one comes to the brand new facilities and take a look at the huge showroom (Nordenwagen Porsche Centre is the first created as the most recent directives of Porsche AG in architectural issues) but also for the personal attention given by Mr. Hugo Pulenta and his staff.
Toyota Motor Corporation is the second largest vehicle manufacturer worldwide, with a wide range of models, from small cars to trucks. The annual sales for Toyota and Lexus brands, combined with those of Daihatsu and Hino, reached a record 8.81 million units in calendar year 2006, representing an increase of 9% over the previous year. Toyota has 51 production subsidiaries in 26 countries and regions, excluding Japan, and sells its vehicles in more than 170 countries, with a strength of more than 265,000 employees. Following long-term strategies Toyota Motor Corporation is growing steadily to reach 15% of the world market in 2010. This vision is sometimes called the "Global 15".
Volkswagen began operations in Argentina in mid-1980 with the purchase of what was until then Chrysler Fevre Argentina, including its two manufacturing plants located in San Justo and Monte Chingolo, Buenos Aires province. Initially, its activities focused on the production of the VW 1500, which not only took well continuity, but added that significant improvements through new manufacturing techniques and quality controls that gave a strong endorsement of his Renown. Simultaneously, Volkswagen began importing vehicles, including the legendary Beetle, which traded more than 21 million units around the world, like the VW Passat and utilities, all produced in Brazil and the Audi of German origin .