By John Lee.
Iranian vehicle maker Iran Khodro (IKCO) has exported over 6,000 vehicles to the international markets in the first half of the current Persian calendar year surpassing the car manufacturer’s export record throughout last year.
IKCO ‘s Deputy for Export and International Department, Saeed Tafazzoli said IKCO’s main foreign site is located in Iraq (pictured) and is operating at full capacity. Other foreign sites are also operating “regularly” in Venezuela and Senegal.
He added that IKCO’s after-sales services have been expanded in target counties: “The largest after-sales services networks are in Iraq, Russia and Syria which have largely imported IKCO ‘s vehicles. Meanwhile, about 150 active dealers are offering IKCO ‘s services in the international markets.”