Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA), the apex body
of the Auto Component Industry in India, along with Society of Indian
Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) and Indian Electrical & Electronics
Manufacturers' Association (IEEMA), under the aegis of the Ministry of Heavy
Industries & Public Enterprises, successfully hosted the National xEV
Localisation Conference & Exhibition in New Delhi.
The event centred around FAME – 2 scheme,
which promotes Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Hybrid and Electric
Vehicles and as also the ‘Phased Manufacturing Program’. At the event, top policy makers and industry
experts deliberated upon opportunities and challenges for local manufacturing
of xEV components and charging infrastructure. Along-side more than 40
component manufacturing companies, showcased their latest offerings in an
exhibition, at the event.
summit was graced by eminent personalities including Dr. Asha Ram Sihag,
Secretary, Ministry for Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises (GoI), Pravin
Agarwal, Joint Secretary, Ministry for Heavy Industries & Public
Enterprises (GoI), Kenichi Ayukawa, Vice President, SIAM, Maruti Suzuki India
Ltd., Ram Venkatarmani, President, ACMA, Harish Agarwal, President, IEEMA,
Deepak Jain, Vice President ACMA and several other luminaries.
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