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2 – 5 December 2020 Shanghai, China VISITOR REGISTRATION

2020 Theme & Events

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28 August 2020 (Friday)
20 October 2020 (Tuesday)
Time 08:30 – 10:00AM (Beijing time) To be announce 
Target buyers (geography) South America (Colombia and Peru) Asia & Europe
Focus sectors Parts & Components, Diagnostics & Repair, Body & Paint, Accessories & Customising Parts & Components, Accessories & Customising,
REIFEN (Tyres & Wheels)
Participants Online meetings will be arranged for matched exhibitors and buyers only
Language Meetings will be conducted in English

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Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd
Ms Natasha Godfrey (
Ms Karen Tong (

2020 Event highlights

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The summit will delve into the challenges of the international supply chain after the pandemic and the rise of the demands in localisation and regionalisation. It also will focus on the future development of aftermarket such as supply chain improvement through operation and management, reducing the proportion of 4S stores. Future trends in automotive aftermarket  such as digital trends, platforms and market players integration and cross-collaboration will also be discussed. 

Date: 3 December 2020
Time: 09:30 – 17:00
Venue: InterContinental Shanghai Hongqiao NECC Grand Ballroom (2/F)

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The summit will discuss about the used-car related policies and the market developments. Recently, the government has issued various policies to support the used-car market, such as lifting the restriction of the second-hand vehicles to be sold in other cities and a sharp reduction of tax. The summit will explore the opportunities of used-car market from different perspective from macro economy, industry to enterprise levels and its impacts on the entire automotive supply chain.

Date: 4 December 2020
Time: 09:30 – 12:00
Venue: InterContinental Shanghai Hongqiao NECC banquet hall on the second floor

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With the theme of "Trends and challenges in the transformation of automotive from manufacturing to mobility services", the summit will conduct in-depth discussions and thoughts exchanges on future travel, how traditional automobile manufacturers embrace with AI and car connectivity, and the human-vehicle interaction in the 5G era.

Date: 2 December 2020
Time: 13:30 – 16:40
Venue: InterContinental Shanghai Hongqiao NECC Grand Ballroom (2/F)

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Focusing on the development trends of China's connected-vehicles industry, it gathers industry experts to analyse the development of the industry and the policy and regulation issues, as well as the commercialisation trends of connected-vehicles in China. 

Date: 2 December 2020
Time: 09:30 – 12:20
Venue: InterContinental Shanghai Hongqiao NECC Grand Ballroom (2/F)

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With the rapid development of the automotive market, Chinese tire’s revenue is exponentially increasing in market. Leading firms will be invited to share their experiences in brand building, smart manufacturing and digital platforms, and to explore the ways for China's enterprises to speed up their digitalization. Overseas exports and related risks after COVID-19 will also be discussed. 

Date: 4 December 2020
Time: 13:30 – 17:00
Venue: InterContinental Shanghai Hongqiao NECC Grand Ballroom (2/F)

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Webinar review


Date: 9 July 2020 (Thu)
 17:00 Beijing (GMT+8) 

With the lockdowns gradually lifted and stimulus packages introduced, automotive markets in Asian countries have been shown signs of recovery with their production resumed and sales orders gradually picking up.

Experts including leading player, association, and consulting firm in the Asian region will come together to discuss the current market situations with latest market data, government policies, distribution channels, and service sector. It will also delve into the new opportunities aftermath of the pandemic in Asia.

*Conducted in English only


Date: 28 July 2020 (Tue)

The coronavirus outbreak disrupts the global automotive supply chain. With foreign trade orders plummeted, automotive manufacturers who depend heavily on exports have encountered great difficulties. Many of them are eager to learn about the situations and recovery of the overseas market especially on the impacts of the automotive service sector, consumption and behaviors of the consumer end.

In this light, we have invited experts of Europe and the Middle East automotive aftermarket to reveal the current market situation and give an outlook on the demand in the second half of this year. An exporting manufacturer will also share their know-how for the ways to find out target exporting markets, turning the “crisis” into “opportunity”.

*Conducted in Chinese Only


Date: 14 August 2020 (Fri)

Fueled by the increase in car ownership and car sales, the automotive aftermarket in China has been undergoing rapid growth. At the same time, the adoption of the industrial Internet has accelerated new players from OEMs, parts manufacturers, e-commerce platforms, insurance companies to compete with the traditional players in the auto parts supply chain, yet its service quality and efficiency still have rooms to improve.

The automotive aftermarket consolidation is accelerated especially during the outbreak and leaves many weaker players out of the market. Meanwhile, many digital platform based operators are extending their reach to the chained stores in a bid to offer end-to-end service to their customers. This webinar will invite different kinds of digital platform operators in the aftermarket such as auto parts suppliers for passenger cars, commercial vehicles, tyres, and insurance company to discuss branding strategies, standardization, and resources management.

*Conducted in Chinese


Date: 26 August 2020 (Wed)

With the proliferation of 5G, artificial intelligence, and industrial Internet, the development of vehicle connectivity has entered the fast lane. In recent years, the connected commercial vehicle has become the R&D hotspot. In March 2020, the Chinese government has proposed a "new infrastructure" plan which further supports the development in this area. 

Automechanika Shanghai has invited experts, scholars, and practitioners from eminent associations, vehicle companies, and tech firms to discuss the developments of the connected commercial vehicles from the perspectives of market policy, business landscape and economy. In addition, its commercial prospects, challenges, and opportunities in 3-5 years down the road will be further discussed.

*Conducted in Chinese

(Information as of 27 August 2020)

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