Since the pandemic began, the automotive aftermarket has been facing several challenges. One of the focuses is the new layout developed by the Dual Circulation, which creates both opportunities and challenges to companies.
Recent reports indicated that China enjoys sustainable growth in both domestic car sales and automotive products in its world’s biggest e-commerce market. Companies will need to explore new channels and business models and further integrate and digitalise different parts of their supply chain.
The summit will discuss the opportunities and challenges brought by the Dual Circulation policies on cross-border e-commerce, commercial vehicle platform, new energy vehicle aftermarket and talent training issues in repair workshops.
|Date||25 November 2021|
|Time||14:00 - 15:45|
The Current Situation and Prospects of China's Auto Market, Opportunities and Challenges Under the Dual Circulation Policy
Lang Xuehong, Deputy Secretary General of China Automobile Dealers Association and Director of Industry Coordination
New Highlights and Trends of Automotive Aftermarket in 2021
Tan Wenzhe, Managing Director of EUCON China
Sustainability and Impact of Carbon Neutrality for the Automotive Aftermarket
Philippe Thegner, Chairman of AASA CAF
Panel Discussion: How Parts Logistics and Transportation Sector Can Have a Better Cost Control, Efficiency and Route Planning
Moderator: Zhou Gang, CEO of Shanghai Jiace Business Consulting Co Ltd
Jiang Renhai, Founder & Chairman of KZMALL
Messe Frankfurt (Shanghai) Co Ltd
China National Machinery Industry International Co., Ltd. (SINOMACHINT)
Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association