ACMA Automechanika New Delhi is all set to go hybrid from 2021. Messe
Frankfurt India together with Auto Component Manufacturers of India (ACMA) have
announced that the 5th edition through its new dynamic digital model will allow
automotive aftermarket players to take advantage of both physical interactions
and virtual networking opportunities.
as one of the most influential events for the aftermarket business globally,
ACMA Automechanika New Delhi is one of 17 Automechanika fairs held across
Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas. With India being a strong hub for auto
components and aftermarket, the Indian edition has, over the years, built a
strong network and serves as an important meeting pointfor innovation and
previous edition (in 2019) which hosted 515 exhibitors from 15 countries and
13,267 visitors from 42 countries as well as saw pan India participation from
616 cities signifies the strong reach and scale of the platform. With on-going
travel restrictions that are still in place globally and uncertainty over
cross-border travel in the coming months, the new-age multimodal exhibition
will offer sector players an intelligent combination of digital and physical
interactions to continue business exchange.
to take place from 22 – 25 April 2021 at the national capital of India,
automotive industry players from across the world, eyeing opportunities in the
Indian market, will be able to tune in digitally. While the physical format of
ACMA Automechanika New Delhi will feature around 250 exhibitors at Pragati
Maidan in New Delhi with rigorous safety parameters, the dynamic digital
platform will run alongside the physical show and extend reach to a global
audience through real-time interactive features such as live streaming, video
calls, live chats and more.
hybrid format is being specially curated by the organisers with live product
demonstration features to allow exhibitors to showcase their innovations and
new product range to buyers who may be unable to attend the physical fair.
Based on the trade show principal of connecting buyers and sellers, the platform
will automatically match potential suppliers when buyers launch product or
service queries and virtual appointments can be set-up. Ensuring dual access to
trade opportunities, onsite exhibitors can further increase their product and
brand exposure as well as match with potential buyers or set-up virtual
appointments through their digital booths.
organisers are now working on a host of other value additions such panel
discussions and product demos to enhance the overall b2b sourcing experience
for the industry. Besides extending reach to a global automotive industry
audience, attendees can partake in sector-specific forums and knowledge
programmes specially designed to support industry development in the covid era.
of the largest auto industries in the world, India’s annual production of 25.3
million vehicles is significantly above conventional automotive superpowers
such as the US (17.5 million vehicles) and the EU (12.6 million vehicles). In
FY20, the auto sector directly contributed USD 102 billion to the Indian
economy with the share of automotive component sector being USD 49.2 billion. A
focused b2b marketplace for the automotive aftermarket, ACMA Automechanika New
Delhi 2021 will therefore become a “crucial meeting point” reflecting industry
transitions and emerging business opportunities in India.
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