ACMA Automechanika 2015 is fully booked with 60 percent increase in participating exhibitors. With 90 percent increase in occupied space over the 2013 edition, international participation stands increased by 34 percent. as steady sales and the growing market for auto components in the country continue to attract auto component giants from across the world.
Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA) and Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India Pvt. Ltd. are keen on a platform to provide Indian aftermarket businesses access to core component tech, and improve collaboration between global auto component and Indian aftermarket sector.
ANG Industries, ZF India, Luk India and Shriram Pistons will exhibit parts and components. Delphi Automotive Systems will showcase a fuel modules range. Mansons International, Setco Automotive, and TVS Rubber will exhibit. Exhibitors Bosch also functions as Platinum Partner for ACMA Automechanika 2015. Guenter Weber, Regional President, Automotive Aftermarket, Bosch India says Automechanika in Germany attracts leading global OEMs and component manufacturers. Introducing the same platform in India lets Indian players experience world class innovations and solutions in automotive tech.
ACMA Automechanika New Delhi has organised a seminar on 27th February to bring together industry experts from India and overseas to share insights. Road safety in dark hours will be discussed, as also the changing mindset of Indian auto components industry.
A growing middle class with increased spending power and upward mobility coupled with focus on vehicle safety assessments influences auto parts, and safety tech demand. As Indian car buyers get younger, and used car market gains momentum, demand in the automotive aftermarket is expected to grow in 2015.