Vehicle production grows 5.4% in the accumulated of 2022, says Anfavea

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Automakers produced 2.37 million vehicles last year, a result that exceeds by 5.4% the total manufactured in 2021. The balance, which includes passenger cars, light utility vehicles, trucks and buses, was released this Friday morning. -Friday, 6th, by Anfavea, the entity that represents the sector.

The performance reflects the improvement in the supply of parts, mainly electronic components, during the second half, when the stoppages in the factories, even if they continued to occur, became less long and frequent.

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In December alone, according to Anfavea’s balance sheet, production decreased by 9.2% compared to the same month of 2021. Compared to November, there was a decrease of 11.3%, in negative variation also explained by the collective holidays at the end of the year in factories.


With the greater availability of cars on the market, the drop in sales for the year, which was 14.5% up to June, was reduced to 0.7% at the end of 2022. greater production flow, helped offset the drop in retail sales, given the more expensive and restricted credit.

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From November to December, sales rose 6.3%. In total, 216,900 vehicles were sold last month, the highest monthly volume in the last two years. Against December 2021, the high was 4.8%.


On the other hand, exports fell 24.9% compared to December of the previous year. The 31.2 thousand vehicles shipped last month, 28.1% below November, took the volume of the 12 months of the year to 480.9 thousand units. This represents growth of 27.8% in relation to exports by automakers in the previous year.

Job vacancies

The Anfavea survey also shows that automakers closed 2,100 jobs in December, ending last year with 102,400 people employed. From January to December 2022, 1,400 jobs were created in the sector.

Source: CNN Brasil

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