the interests of the industry at the forefront, Messe Frankfurt India together
with Auto Component Manufacturers of India (ACMA) have also announced a shift
in the exhibition cycle for their leading aftermarket exhibition ACMA
Automechanika New Delhi.
change signifies the move of the Indian edition from odd years to even years,
with its first post-pandemic physical edition scheduled from February 1 to 3, 2024
at Pragati Maidan New Delhi.
after year, automotive component and aftermarket professionals from all over
the world converge at Automechanika events worldwide to take advantage of
endless business opportunities presented, make connections and build new
first post-pandemic edition in New Delhi to be staged in February 2024, will
mark a key shift in the development of the event, supporting component
advancements for shifting mobility trends as well as mark the start of its new
cycle in even-numbered years.
to become the third largest automobile market by 2026, next only to China and
the US, the Indian market holds strong potential and is a key growth market for
global auto component brands. However, the disruptions and postponements caused
by the pandemic has pushed forward the schedule of global automotive events.
shift to an even year cycle will ensure the industry has a common networking
point every year and secures business continuity.” shared Raj Manek, Executive
Director and Board Member, Messe Frankfurt Asia Holdings Ltd, explaining the
necessary change of timescale for the Indian edition of the renowned platform.
the challenges, the automotive aftermarket has been resilient throughout the
last two years and supporting the sector’s increased focus on deep-localisation
will be a key goal of the first post-pandemic edition of ACMA Automechanika New
Delhi.” added Manek.