Monday, 11 January 2010

Unsold Cars Due to Crisis

Unsold Cars At Port Waiting For Delivery
Automakers are faced with difficulty in the world due to global recession.Thousands of unsold vehicles are parked in the factory and wharehouses waiting for delivery to customers and merchants.

The new car sales in Britain fell to a 12-year low and production of Honda Swindon also said that the unprecedented 4 months since the collapse of global sales period, to stop production on behalf of the longest uninterrupted stop any British plants. The news comes as European Commissioner for Enterprise, Günter Verheugen, warned that the outlook for the European automotive industry is 'barbaric' and forecast that not all the European producers to survive the crisis of the day.

Jaguar cars awaiting delievery.

Unsold cars at Avonmouth Docks near Bristol

Stocks of Ford trucks in Detroit , Michigan

Hondas await export at a pier in Tokyo.

Jaguar cars awaiting delievery.

Imported cars stored at Sheerness open storage area awaiting delivery to dealers.

The build-up of imported cars at the port of Newark , New Jersey.

Peugeot cars await shipment to Italian dealers at the port of Civitavecchia.

New cars jam the dockside in the port of Valencia in Spain

Thousands of new cars are stored on the runway at the disused Upper Heyford airbase near Bicester, Oxfordshire

Newly imported cars fill the 150-acre site at the Toyota distribution centre in Long Beach , California


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