Castilla y Leon is one of the European territories in which the “toys” approved by the European Union can do the most damage, in which they come with the “brilliant idea” of banning the traffic of vehicles from 2035 on the European territory. from 2035, the so-called Euro 7 Directive.
In Castilla y Leon, the four factories in its territory represent no less than 25% of the industrial GDP of the community. For this reason, the management of the autonomous automotive Roundtable convened with various objectives, but with the final one, which is the Automotive Industry, as much as possible to preserve the thousands of jobs that can be created, is volatile. said directive.
The Vice-President of the Board together with the Minister of Economy and Economy, Carlos Fernández Carriedo, and the Head of Industry, Trade and Employment, Marianus Veganzones held a new meeting this Monday with the Castilla y Leon Automotive Board.
In the meeting, addressed by the president in the Arroyo de la Encomienda, Business Center solutions, which lasted for two hours, the challenges to the sector in the current geopolitical framework and the impact of community regulations, 7 emissions of euros.
The entry into force of Euro 7 will affect all vehicles with original registrations from July 1, 2025 and will cause deep confusion in the country, as it will impose large-scale adaptations that will again become obsolete if they eventually enter the market. gasoline and diesel cars were banned in 1935.
Europe’s disadvantage against China’s industrial push; shortage of semiconductors, transportation costs, energy and raw materials; or the conditions and guarantees that the new PERTE can offer, which in the last call remains about 2,200 million euros in the PERTE VEC including other issues discussed at the Castilla y León Automotive Roundtable.
The importance of the sector in CyL
To the four vehicle factories installed in Castella y Leon, a hundred satellite factories that must add thousands of job generators and which can add neither more nor less than 25% of GDP.
Renault in Valladolid and Palentia, Nissan in Avila and Iveco in Valladolid are the four factories located in Castilian and Leonese soil. These factories are mainly responsible, on the one hand, for the quality of the generation, as well as for maintaining above-average export data and generating a large part of the Community’s GDP.
For this reason, the Automotive Board has a duty and obligation to protect, shield and do everything in its power, not only that the euro 7 directive turns 180º in its request and in other words is brought out, but that they seek formulas. promote and generate even more added value to the sector.