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29 November – 2 December 2017, Shanghai

Asia’s largest trade fair for automotive parts, accessories, equipment and services

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Big plans are underway for the next Automechanika Shanghai, scheduled for 29 November – 2 December 2017. Each year, the show continues to expand with the scale, exhibitor and visitor figures increasing.

Held at the National Exhibition and Convention Center in Puxi, Shanghai, the exhibition space will climb to 340,000 sqm this year. Approximately 6,000 exhibitors from 42 countries and regions are expected to attend this year. The number of visitors attending the show is expected to see an increase, with 130,000 from 140 countries and regions. 

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How did the visitors feel about the show?

MrPaweł Jachacy, Vice Commercial Director of InterCars, Poland

This trade fair is a great opportunity to meet new suppliers and to talk face-to-face with our current suppliers. This is the most comprehensive fair in Asia and is the place where everyone comes to distribute to big and small companies.

MrPaweł Jachacy, Vice Commercial Director of InterCars, Poland

Mr Lin Xingxin, Executive Vice President and Secretary General of the Changzhou Automobile Industry Association

The Connectivity zone and E-mobility & Infrastructure zone are the areas of cutting-edge technology and education which allows professionals to see how the actual products are derived from the theories they have learnt.

Mr Lin Xingxin, Executive Vice President and Secretary General of the Changzhou Automobile Industry Association

Mr. Liu Xiao, Global Sourcing Manager, Delphi Automotive Systems (China) Holding Co., Ltd.

The exhibition scale is continually expanding, the number of suppliers and the proportion of foreign suppliers are increasing, with new set-up zones such as connectivity, all these make the show become the most leading force of exhibition in Asia.

Mr. Liu Xiao, Global Sourcing Manager, Delphi Automotive Systems (China) Holding Co., Ltd.

Mr Jonathan Law, Project Engineer, Research & Development at Hong Kong EV Power Ltd

It gives me a glance into how the carmakers are dedicated to connect the driver and the vehicle. I’m able to learn more about what other people in the industry are studying. The scope of the topics discussed and the quality of speakers are definitely high.

Mr Jonathan Law, Project Engineer, Research & Development at Hong Kong EV Power Ltd