Auto parts shops across Italy are getting more efficient and more efficient in their operations.
With a new “market-share strategy” that is helping to drive down prices and boost profitability, there is a clear chance of a new boom for the Italian auto parts industry.
With an estimated sales of €1.4 billion, the Italian Auto Parts Market (AMI) is the third-largest auto parts market in Europe after Germany and the United Kingdom.
This year, it is expected to be the second-largest market in the world.
The company is also expected to grow significantly this year, according to its analysts.
This is a major change for the company, which has been plagued by underperformance.
The last year was a tough one for the business, with the collapse of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and a prolonged period of slow growth.
This period was especially harsh on the company’s quality-control teams, which are now under new management.
The results are being shared by Italian auto-parts experts at the World Auto Parts Association (WAPA), which has set out a new target for the next two years.
According to WAPA, the goal is to improve quality standards for new products by reducing their price and improving their performance.
The target will be reached by the end of 2020, and the industry is expected have achieved it by 2022.
This will mean an increase in the market share of the Italian automotive parts industry from 1.2% to 3.8%.
“The Italian Auto parts market is undergoing a fundamental transformation that is a reflection of the market environment and the leadership of the auto parts trade,” says Alessandro Marchetti, vice president of WAPE’s automotive products division.
“The market has changed in so many ways, and that’s why we’re taking this opportunity to transform it to become a better market for our clients.”
The WAPAs objectives include achieving an annual growth rate of 2.2%, by 2019, which is already more than triple the rate achieved in 2016.
In the future, the company will be looking to reach the goal of 5%.
“This is a significant step forward, and we will have more time to continue to innovate,” says Marchetti.
“There’s no doubt that the quality of Italian auto products is one of the biggest selling points of our clients.
The industry is also looking forward to the next phase of its development.”
In order to achieve the target, WAPEA will launch the Automotive Quality Standard Development (AQSD) project.
The project is aimed at establishing a new standard that will give an additional advantage to manufacturers, as well as improve quality for their products.
The goal is a combination of quality, reliability and market share.
This initiative will take several years, but the goal will eventually be achieved.
“It is important that we maintain a high level of quality for our customers and that this quality is also maintained by the auto manufacturers themselves,” says Stefano Di Sisti, chief executive of WAPI, the association responsible for the automotive parts market.
“We are doing everything possible to ensure that the standard is met in a fair and effective way.
Our goal is not to be perfect, but to create a standard that is based on science, not technology.”
The aim of the project is to create the standard that meets the standards of the European Union, the International Automobile Parts Manufacturers Association (IAPA) and the International Council of the Automobile Industry (ICIA).
In addition to this, the aim is to help improve the quality and safety of the automotive industry, which, for many, is still an afterthought in the European market.
The AWESOME Awards will be held on December 5, 2018, at the annual Auto Parts Show in Turin.
The winners will be announced on February 23, 2019, at a ceremony that will take place at the prestigious Stadio Olimpico in Rome.
This event is also known as the “Super Show”.
In addition, the AWESOMENESS Awards will take the wraps off on January 6, 2019.
The awards will recognise companies that make products that make life better for their customers.
This includes products that reduce pollution, improve air quality and help save lives.
“These are the very products that we see as the key to making the world a better place,” says Giovanni Bizzo, vice chairman of WAWA.
“This year, we are announcing a series of awards to reflect the many ways we are working to achieve these objectives.
In addition we are also inviting the world’s best manufacturers to take part in the AWESSOME Awards ceremony.
The ceremony will also highlight the achievements of our employees, who have put their skills and expertise to the task.”
This year’s ceremony is expected at the Stadios Olimpicico in Turino, a grand hall built into the stone facade of the Stade de