there will be a physical meeting with the 2021 edition of ACMA Automechanika
New Delhi show being organised in April 2021. This will be the first meeting
point for “face-to-face networking” to revive trade discussions, after the
restrictions imposed by the covid pandemic.
a view to create a stronger business impact, Messe Frankfurt India together
with Auto Component Manufacturers of India (ACMA) have announced that the 5th
edition will take place from April 22 –25, 2021.
automotive industry is shifting gears – as it witnesses an uptick in vehicle
consumption in Q2 FY 2020-21. With health and safety taking precedence,
mobility needs and consumer sentiments have led to a rise in vehicle buying –
and demand for private vehicle has picked up with green shoots emerging in the
two-wheeler and small car segments.
carmakers reported a near 20 percent jump in August domestic passenger vehicle
sales compared to last year which is expected to further rise during the
festive season. This growth, combined with car parc of second-hand vehicles due
to increased private-car use, is expected to lead to a rise in aftermarket
demand. The shifting trends have brought with it a surge in omni-channel
aftermarket models as well as ‘new normal’ aftermarket solutions.
the business year under the new normal, the 2021 edition of ACMA Automechanika
New Delhi will therefore undoubtedly be marked in the automotive industry
calendar as the “first meeting point” for auto component and aftermarket
players to come face-to-face for business. The 5th edition will be crucial to
re-build customer connections and re-unite businesses in the auto segment
through its array of displays for the ‘new normal’.
set to be hosted in February 2021 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, the 5th edition
has been rescheduled to April 22 –25, 2021 at the same venue. The organisers
believe that hosting the fair at a later date in the new financial year will
enable the industry to re-connect in a secure b2b environment, creating a
stronger impact and rightly serving its objective of business, knowledge and tech-exchange.
Manek, Executive Director & Board Member, Messe Frankfurt Asia Holdings
Ltd. said: “Until now – we were majorly talking about sustainable mobility. The
pandemic has now forced us to re-look for innovative solutions for safe, smart
and sustainable mobility and auto component suppliers need to assess the impact
of these disruptive trends on their business. Mutual collaboration within the
industry is important now more than ever and ACMA Automechanika New Delhi will
be the convergence point to take these discussions ahead. We are also exploring
a hybrid model for the 2021 edition to enhance business networking and overall
exhibition experience for the industry.”
Vinnie Mehta, Director General, ACMA said, “With
shifts in supply chains, mobility and consumer sentiment and focus on
‘Aatmanirbhar’ and local manufacturing, the aftermarket sector represents a
growth avenue. This is the perfect time for auto component players to come
together to plan the route ahead. As the industry is gearing up to take on
2021, we are geared up to provide a safe, successful and dynamic business
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