TOFAS

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TOFASTürk Otomobil Fabrikasi A.s (Turkish vehicle manufacturing)
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In addition, the "SCT from Us kamp campaign launched last month in Fiat Fiorino and Fiat Doblo 's Combi versions , which were produced in Tofas and exported to many countries of the world, continues to be sold at prices starting from 69.900 TL.
Tofas CEO Cengiz Eroldu explained how the company is mainly producing for the global market: "20 years ago, for us to export to the US market was a dream, but now we are seeing that this is a level that we can reach".
Our statistical results allow us to conclude that there are two market scenarios which describe the interactions between Renault and Tofas equally well: (i) the simultaneous move game with both firms competing in prices and advertising and, (ii) the leader follower scenario in which Renault is the leader and Tofas the follower.
For the Ram ProMaster City, there was an investment at Tofas on the order of $360-million to prep the plant to make the van.
QPR: Kenny 8, Walker 7, Connolly 5 , Gorkss 7, Hill 6 (Orr 46, 6), Mackie 6, Derry 7, Faurlin 6, Taraabt 6 (Tofas 62), Helguson 5 (Agyemang 46, 7), Clarke 6.
QPR: *KENNY 8 - Walker 5, Connolly 5, Gorkss 6, Hill 5 (Orr, 46mins, 6) - Mackie 5, Derry 6, Faurlin 6, Clarke 6 - Taarabt 6 (Tofas, 62mins, 6), Helguson 5 (Agyemang, 46mins, 6)
It was mentioned that Fiat will build the vehicles with Koc Holding at their Tofas Turk Otomobil Fabrikasi AS joint venture in Bursa, Turkey.
Striker Heidar Helguson is available after a neck injury, but Georgias Tofas, Akos Buzsaky, Peter Ramage and Lee Cook are all ruled out.
Aygaz and Turkish car firm Tofas are promoting autogas use through a dual-fuel injection car, the Fiat Albea.
The Turkish automotive industry was established in the 1960s to cut imports and while the focus was initially on agriculture vehicles, passenger automobile factories like Ford OTOSAN and Fiat TOFAS were set up.
(TOFAS) a loan of 75 million to develop and produce, in conjunction with PSA Peugeot Citroen and Fiat Auto, small commercial vehicles for the European market.
The project also has the backing of the British Academy, the Roman Society and the Turkish car manufacturer, Tofas.