Improved consciousness on vehicle upkeep, maintenance and add-on services will foster aftermarket growth. Aftermarket segment (spare parts) is expected to grow from Rs 36,000 crore (USD 6 billion), 2009 to Rs 77,000 crore (USD 12.85 billion) in 2020.
Use of high-end vehicle tech leads to increased repair challenges. Aftermarket segment (auto component) manufacturers should stay updated in regards to technological developments, insights and global best practices. ACMA Automechanika New Delhi 2015 is being held from 26 February – 1 March at Pragati Maidan.
ACMA Automechanika New Delhi 2015 lets aftermarket segment players learn about opportunities, and procure genuine auto-parts, core component tech, and hi-performance aftermarket products from global sources. 400+ manufacturers and suppliers from India and abroad will showcase auto-components and accessories, and launch products. China, Germany, Italy, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, and UK will have pavilions. Both New Product Display zones will house speciality products, auto components and innovative aftermarket accessories.
Exhibits include battery operated three wheeler (electric vehicle) by U.P Telelinks Ltd, Comeup Industries’self-recovery winches, Liqui Moly cleaner for diesel particulate filters, Trinayana Auto chains and sprockets kit, Autoways India ignition coils, Naredi CTEK extended battery life, and Shahii’s tyre repair products which doesn’t require dismounting the wheel.
3rd gen ISK Bearings fuel efficient rear wheel hub bearing unit, Decora Forge Rocker Arm assembly manufactured for tractor engines, BLW auto parts and three wheeler engine valves, LPR s.r.l’s EasyKit, Ace Car Tech’s heavy duty electrical portable nut runner, California Scents’solid fragrance oil tech, and Ideale Reman’s tool remanufacturing processes are listed as showcases.
Him Teknoforge PTO assemblies and gear box for Rotavator, Driveline Brakes’ driveline premium asbestos free brake lining for commercial vehicles, and Ashar Lockeys’ Ninja Laser for mechanical and electronic precision in cutting procedures will be at ACMA Automechanika New Delhi 2015. A business conclave is scheduled. Opportunities and challenges faced by Indian auto components industry will be discussed on 27 February 2015 at Convention Centre, Hall 8.