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That’s a wrap: Automechanika Kuala Lumpur sees a 46 percent leap in visitor participation
In Automechanika Kuala Lumpur’s return, there was a revived sense of business vitality from the automotive industry at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre. Exhibitor numbers rose by 13 percent, while visitors jumped by 46 percent to 10,267. Many participants travelled to the trade fair from the surrounding region, a clear indication of the strong drive for growth and development. Strategic and industry partners also flexed their positions in the market with a wide range of showcases, resources and knowledge, cementing cooperation with the show to promote Malaysia’s prosperous automotive industry.
ACMA Automechanika New Delhi: A gateway to tap into the fast evolving Indian automotive aftermarket
With the rapid growth in vehicles and new launches on the rise, India’s automotive aftermarket is gearing up with solutions that are both innovative and enduring. Customers have started to move towards larger/more powerful vehicles across all segments. According to the Auto Components Industry Review by ACMA, private and commercial vehicles production in 2022 increased by ~20% and ~30% respectively due to increased demand and fewer supply chain disruptions as compare to FY21.
Start signal for Automechanika Frankfurt 2024: secure early-booking discount now
Automechanika Frankfurt is already in the starting blocks for the next edition in September 2024: companies can register now; the early-booking price applies until 3 July. The fair organisers are starting with new key topics and have restructured the range of products and services to highlight current developments and trends.
Industry leaders head to Shenzhen as doors open for the special edition of Automechanika Shanghai
With the opening up of China, there is an air of anticipation at the Shenzhen World Exhibition & Convention Center as the final preparations are being put in place for Automechanika Shanghai – Shenzhen Edition. From tomorrow until 18 February 2023, the trade fair, assembling 3,302 exhibitors across 220,000 sqm, will meet the industry’s call for in-person business encounters between Chinese and overseas companies.
Participants at Automechanika Kuala Lumpur 2023 tap into the up rise of digitalisation and electrification
In 2022, new vehicle sales in Malaysia climbed to 720,658 , exceeding pre-pandemic levels. Incentives aim to keep the momentum up with the Government also prioritising the electric vehicle (EV) market. The sector has been deemed a catalyst of development, which Automechanika Kuala Lumpur will reflect by leveraging themes in dedicated zones during events. Today’s launch rings in the show’s return to the Malaysian market from 16 to 18 March at the Kuala Lumpur and Convention Centre.