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APDP improves Benefits to the Motor Industry in South Africa

The APDP, or Automotive Production and Development Programme, was introduced in South Africa in January 2013. This new initiative entails a plan to improve and add to the benefits offered to the industry under the terms of its predecessor, the Motor Industry Development Programme or MIDP. The replacement scheme is seen as potentially more effective in that, as well as benefiting new vehicle production, it should also act to extend and diversify the country’s vehicle components supply chain.

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How the APDP Benefits the Motor Industry in South Africa

Far more than just another acronym, the APDP or Automotive Production Development Programme is a comprehensive government scheme that has been designed to position the South African motor industry as a more serious contender in the global vehicle market. Introduced in 2008, the original proposal underwent 5 years of extensive review before it was finalised and the scheme was officially implemented in 2013.

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Automotive Production Development Programme Offers Boost to SA Motor Industry

The automotive production development programme is aimed at stimulating the growth of South Africa’s motor manufacturing sector and comes at a time when the rising cost of extracting gold, combined with its lacklustre performance, threatens the traditional backbone of our economy. This important new scheme was approved by the SA government in 2008. Following an intensive review, it eventually replaced the existing Motor Industry Development Programme (or MIDP) some 5 years later. 

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Five APDP Cash Flow Opportunities

The goal of the APDP is to stimulate growth in the automotive industry in order to increase localization and employment. The National Government has indicated that they have set a goal of producing 1.2 Million vehicles by 2020, and the APDP should provide the framework within which to accomplish this goal.

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