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Peugeot PSA Tunisia: Record Revenue in 2018

Peugeot PSA Tunisia: Record Revenue in 2018

Tuesday 01-29-2019

Mr. Abderrahim Zouari, vice-president of the official Peugeot and Opel dealership in Tunisia, Stafim held, Tuesday, gave a press briefing on the 29th of January 2019 at the Stafim Peugeot showroom, the Berges du Lac. He presented the amount of PSA Group's (Peugeot Citroën Group) purchase income in Tunisia.

Mr. Abdelbasset GHANMI, new Director General of the Foreign Investment Promotion Agency (FIPA-TUNISIA), Mr. Mohamed Rouis, General Manager of Leoni Tunisie, main supplier of the PSA group in cables and cabling systems, M. Nabhen Bouchaala, President of the Association of Automotive Components Industry Professionals in Tunisia "Automotive Association", as well as the representative of the Ministry of Industry and SMEs were also present at this event. “This is a record figure,” declared Mr. Zouari: 464 million euros in turnover (turnover) made by PSA Tunisia in 2018, nearly 1.750 billion dinars.

FIPA-TUNISIA Director General, Mr. Abdelbasset Ghanmi, stressed that the figures of PSA are a mark of confidence sent by the French group. He also highlighted the competitiveness of Tunisian companies in auto parts manufacturing.

"Since 2015, FIPA-TUNISIA and PSA have joined forces to achieve such a performance. We hope to be able to develop these good figures in order to create new jobs intended, in particular, for a specialized workforce " Besides, FIPA-TUNISIA DG indicated that the agency works closely with the private sector. "We will soon host a new car manufacturer in Tunisia, as soon as the necessary conditions are met. The sector indeed presents difficulties, particularly in terms of logistics and infrastructure. In this context, we must be supportive of the competitiveness of our companies which, it is to be recalled, are operating in a highly competitive international environment. The government is working precisely on these issues with the private sector. "