ACMA Automechanika 2013: ACMA Automechanika New Delhi to pack a punch

The event’s organisers – ACMA and Messe Frankfurt – are making a strong effort to combat the menace of counterfeiting at the show.

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ACMA Automechanika 2013: ACMA Automechanika New Delhi to pack a punch
Expected to attract industry professionals from India and across the world, it will cover the sectors of Parts and Systems, Accessories and Tuning, Tyres and Batteries, Repair and Maintenance, IT and Management, Service Station and Car Wash and the latest automobile services.

The 2013 sold-out show has over 250 exhibitors who will occupy more than 9,500 square metres of prime exhibition space. They include 115 from India and over 100 exhibitors from overseas including 48 from China, 15 from Germany, 12 from Italy, and others from Russia, UK, Spain, Japan and Turkey. Between 10,000-15,000 business visitors are expected to attend the four-day show.

The prime sponsors for the expo comprise Shriram Pistons & Rings as a Platinum Partner along with ARO Equipments, Anand Automotive and ZF India as Gold Partners, Escorts Auto Products as a Silver Partner, while Elofic Industries is the Bronze Partner.

The event’s organisers – ACMA and Messe Frankfurt – are making a strong effort to combat the menace of counterfeiting at the show. While ACMA will showcase its longstanding ‘Asli-Naqli’ campaign, Messe Frankfurt’s initiative ‘Messe Frankfurt Against Copying’ will provide global assistance in ensuring the intellectual property of the fair’s exhibitors and spread awareness on the benefits of using genuine automotive components.

India shining

Surinder Kanwar, president, Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA), says: “We at ACMA are delighted to partner with Messe Frankfurt. The Indian aftermarket has significantly grown in size and we hope that ACMA Automechanika India will further boost this market’s development. ACMA will also mobilise participation and business delegations to Automechanika’s 12 other worldwide fairs held in Asia, Europe, North America, South America and Africa.”

Raj Manek, managing director, Messe Frankfurt India, says: “Messe Frankfurt’s partnership with ACMA is continuing to be a very fruitful venture. By combining our expertise in the organisation of automobile exhibitions around the world and ACMA’s invaluable knowledge of India’s auto component industry, I strongly believe the New Delhi fair will serve as the perfect industry trading platform. The 2013 show will offer attendees the chance to witness India’s growing aftermarket sector. I am sure there will be something at the show for everyone involved in automotive technology to discover great business opportunities.”
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