FANA

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Fábrica Automática Nacional de Automóbiles (F.A.N.A.)
FANA assembly line in Gibalbar factory
TypePublic company
IndustryAutomotive
Founded10 January 1974; 47 years ago
HeadquartersGibalbar, Jardinian flag.png Jardinia
Key PeopleJorge Manuel Vidal, CEO
ProductsAutomobiles, agricultural machinery and automotive parts
Production OutputIncrease 91,004 (2020)
Operating IncomeIncrease §272.5 billion (2020)
Websitehttps://www.fana.jr/


Fábrica Automática Nacional de Automóviles, commonly referred to by its acronym FANA, is a Jardinian automobile manufacturer. It was founded in 1974 as a privately owned assembly plant for imported components. In 1991, the company was expropriated by the government. After becoming state-owned, FANA underwent a massive reform, with more factories opened across the country to stop depending on imported pieces, and with the 1994 National Motorization Plan, which gave access to cars to a large percentage of the population and incremented the production of the factory. Since 2012, FANA has stopped producing cars and only manufactures motorcycles, autorickshaws, tractors and spare car pieces.

Facilities

Gibalbar

FANA headquarters and main manufacturing facilities are located in Gibalbar, in a 50 hectares complex just north of the city. It hosts multiple workshops for the last stages of manufacturing, a testing centre with a racetrack, the design centre, offices and the Superior School of Automobile Engineering of the National University of Jardinia.

This is the largest FANA factory, as well as the first one to be opened. It is located very near to Gibalbar Port and is served by the C40 trunk road. In 2018, 4371 people worked in the factory, which accounts for the 5% of Gibalbar's population.

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Albún

FANA's factory in Albún was opened in 1980. It is dedicated exclusively to the manufacture of engines and employs 640 people.

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Dosén

FANA's factory in Dosén was opened in 1996 and is dedicated exclusively to the production of molded parts (chassis, roofs, doors...).

Vehicles

Cars

Name Production Description
FANA 90
1974-1982
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FANA 100
1976-1988
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FANA Jadid
1992-2012
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FANA Faisán
1998-2006

Buses

Name Production Description
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FANA Bus
2011-2012