In turn, Jorge Luque also noted the “extremely favorable conditions” of fifth-generation technology conversions in Argentina. Besides mentioning the rise in prices of liquid fuels, he referred to subsidies reduction plan, undertaken by the national government, as engines of the “promising scenario.” On the other hand, he talked about the need to promote more training in workshops for best results: “Equipment does not fail, but there is lack of experience in the installation process.” Finally, he stressed the Argentine capacity and technological development, able to compete with the biggest companies worldwide.
From T.A, Carella stated that the fifth generation serves not only as aftermarket technology, but also as part of the assembly line. “We have equipment for modern vehicles and also designs compatible with the automotive industry. We have the certifications and validations, both for vehicles and during design process, to meet the needs of major automotive manufacturers and to place our products in this field too,” added T.A engineer.