5th Edition Acma Automechanika

The 5th edition of ACMA Automechanika New Delhi gets even bigger and better

Bringing together 500+ exhibitors from 12 countries, the 5th edition of ACMA Automechanika New Delhi is geared up once again to bring the complete value chain of the automotive aftermarket and components market to the 25,000 sqm show floor. With renewed enthusiasm from the exhibitors and the stakeholders, the three-day expo is scheduled to hit the ground from 1 – 3 February 2024 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi with a robust display of the latest innovations. This will be the first physical edition of the event post-COVID-19.
ACMA Automechanika New Delhi, a three-day show will showcase exclusive aftermarket solutions for two-wheelers, passenger, commercial and agricultural vehicles. It will open doors to wholesalers, distributors, traders of parts and components, professionals from car repair shops, garages, service stations, fleet management and develop networking and business opportunities.
With more than 100 new entrants in this edition, the 25,000 sqm show floor will feature an extensive, innovative and technologically advanced product showcase from the industry. Schaeffler, ZF India, Mahle Aftermarket, NRB Bearings, Mansons International, Subros, J K Fenner, Minda Corporation, RMP Bearings, Celette India and several other leading Indian brands will showcase their new solutions for the industry. From the international front, the event will feature innovations from brands like Sampa Otomotiv, Liqui Moly, Industrias Del Recambio, and more from countries including USA, UAE, Germany, Russia, Korea, Italy, Belgium, Taiwan, Thailand and China.
The show will have a mega display of products and solutions from different categories like parts and components, electronics and connectivity, diagnostics and repair, accessories and customizing, car wash and care, dealer and workshop management, alternative drive systems and fuels, tires and wheels, body and paint and mobility as a service and autonomous driving.
Four dedicated international pavilions will be created from Germany, Korea, Taiwan, and Thailand to bring national and international key players under one roof.
According to the ACMA’s report on Auto Components Industry Review FY22-23, rising domestic vehicle sales, strong aftermarket and increasing exports have been the major growth drivers in the auto component industry over the last five years. The size of the industry has grown by 33% to INR 559,748 Cr in FY23 from INR 421,366 Cr in FY22. Auto aftermarket grew by 15% in FY23 to INR 85,333 CR from INR 74,203 CR in FY22. The report revealed that electric vehicles have accounted for 2.7% of total component consumption.

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