Gov’t support in 2017 essential for the future of S. Africa’s auto industry

Continued localisation of the supply base, aided by a new automotive plan, is essential for the sustainability of South Africa’s automotive industry. Xavier Boucherat talks to NAACAM's Renai Moothilal

2017 will be an important year for South Africa’s automotive industry, with the arrival of a new support policy framework that will replace the current Automotive Production and Development Plan (APDP), which completes its course in 2020.

The local supply base will hope to benefit from new arrangements. Renai Moothilal is the recently appointed executive of the National Association of Automotive Component and Allied Manufacturers (NAACAM), and he believes that

It’s time to log in (or subscribe).

Not a member? Subscribe now and let us help you understand the future of mobility.

Monthly Online Magazine
£195
1 user
12-month subscription (Annual rebill)
Access to Automotive World Magazine, our must-read monthly online publication
Mag + Articles + Special Reports
£495
1 user
12-month subscription (Annual rebill)
Access to Automotive World Magazine plus all articles and more than 40 special reports per year
All Content
Single-User License
£2,250
1 user
12-month subscription (Annual rebill)
Free tickets to Automotive World events
Unlimited online access to all content, including Automotive World magazine, articles, special reports, data and research
All Content
Team License
£3,950
Up to 5 users
12-month subscription (Annual rebill)
Free tickets to Automotive World events
Unlimited online access to all content, including Automotive World magazine, articles, special reports, data and research
All Content
Company-Wide License

Contact us for pricing

Unlimited users
12-month subscription
Free tickets to Automotive World events
Unlimited online access to all content, including Automotive World magazine, articles, special reports, data and research

Welcome back , to continue browsing the site, please click here