Despite the crisis economy caused by pandemic COVID-19, some companies showed growth in 2020, against a scenario in which withdrawal. the case of Iveco, which recorded growth 30% last year, compared to a market that dropped 11%.
On Friday (29/01), the company announced the opening of more 478 vacancies temporary, which will reinforce the production of commercial vehicles to meet high demand for branded products. The automaker is going through a good moment in the country’s transport sector and continues to see good prospects for 2021.
For Mrcio Querichelli, Iveco’s leader for South America, this movement prepares the brand for the challenges of this year that begins, considering the increased demand for trucks in the segments, mainly retail, agribusiness and vocational.
“Our team is ready to keep Ieco up and hiring is necessary to meet market growth. This is the result of the new moment of the automaker in the country, consolidating strong investments and the renewal of its line-up in recent years ”.
Inaugurated in 2000, the Iveco factory was designed based on the concepts of World Class Manufacturing (WCM), one of the highest quality standards in the global industry for the integrated management of factories and production, and it highlights the Development Center of Product (CDP), which brings together specialists from different areas in order to develop new technologies and products that provide more productivity for the energy efficient operator.
Iveco is a brand of CNH Industrial NV, a world leader in Capital Goods listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: CNHI) and Mercato Telematico Azionario da Borsa Italiana (MI: CNHI). Iveco designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of light, medium and heavy commercial vehicles, off-road trucks and vehicles for applications such as off-road missions.
The automaker’s product portfolio in Brazil includes models from the Daily, Tector, Hi-Road and Hi-Way lines. Iveco employs around 21,000 people worldwide. It manages production sites in seven countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, Oceania and Latin America, where it produces vehicles with the most advanced technologies. It has 4,200 service points, in more than 160 countries, that guarantee technical support whenever a vehicle of the automaker is in operation.