As the largest international automotive aftermarket trade show in the Middle East, Automechanika Dubai serves some of largest automotive markets such as Saudi Arabia and Iran. The show also acts as the central trading link for markets that are difficult to reach connecting the wider Middle East, Africa, Asia and key CIS countries.
The premier B2B automotive aftermarket show in the wider Middle East, Automechanika Dubai continues to take centre stage as the region’s leading trade exhibition. Automechanika Dubai aims to raise the bar in the products, equipment and services available for the automotive aftermarket in the wider Middle East region by bringing international manufacturers and suppliers together with regional distributors and buyers. The trade show is a good platform to find out more about the latest products and services, find new suppliers, source products and compare product alternatives.
Parts & Components
Powertrain | Chassis | Car Body Parts | Standard Parts | Interior Parts | Alternative Drive Systems | Charging Accessories | Regenerated, Reconditioned and Restored Parts for Passenger Vehicles and Utility Vehicles
Electronics & Systems
Engine Electronics | Vehicle Illumination | On-board Power Supply System | Intelligent Traffic Systems | Vehicle Safety Systems | Comfort Electronics
Accessories & Customizing
General Accessories | Technical Customizing | Visual Customizing | Infotainment Systems | Retro Fittings and Equipment for Special Vehicles | Wheel Rims | Tyre Pressure Management Systems | Trailers, Spare Parts and Accessories
Repair & Maintenance
Workshop Equipment and Tools | Bodywork Repair Equipment and Material | Painting and Corrosion Protection | Maintenance and Repair of Vehicle Superstructures | Towing, Accident and Mobile Services | Disposal and Recycling Systems and Equipment | Workshop and Car Dealer Equipment | Oils and Lubricants
Tyres & Batteries
Tyres | Rims and Tubes | Tyre Repair Material | Batteries
Car Wash, Care & Reconditioning
Washing | Vehicle Care | Vehicle Reconditioning | Charging and Re-fuelling Infrastructure
The number of passenger cars in use in the GCC region is expected to grow at 5 percent annually from an estimated 10.3 million in 2015 to 13.2 million in 2020. New passenger car sales are projected at 1.4 million in 2020, compared to 1.2 million in 2015. Saudi Arabia, the UAE, and Kuwait collectively are expected to continue holding more than 75 percent of the region’s passenger car fleet in 2020.
New car sales in the UAE are projected to grow at an annualized rate of 4.5 percent to over 267,000 in 2020 from an estimated 214,000 in 2015 while sales of new cars in Saudi Arabia is likely to reach nearly 743,000 in 2020.
One of the key drivers of the automotive industry in the GCC is availability of low-cost fuel. Although oil-based economies have recently resorted to raising energy prices in a bid to reduce subsidies, the cost of fuel is still much below the global average.
Growing investments in vehicle and component manufacturing:
The region is home to many vehicle manufacturers as Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Oman are receiving investments to set up automotive manufacturing plants. The governments are also providing incentives and devising plans to establish themselves as regional automobile manufacturing hubs.
A growing automotive aftermarket:
Increasing number of vehicles coupled with hot climatic conditions and a rugged terrain, which affects the lifespan of tires and batteries, has created a thriving automotive aftermarket in the region.
The UAE is witnessing a growing trend of vehicle customization, as can be seen by the growing number of car accessory outlets across the country.
Increasing adoption of technology:
The rising number of tech-savvy generation and use of social media for reviews and recommendations have encouraged the automobile dealers to establish online presence. On the other hand, the Internet, combined with new technologies, is revolutionizing the automobile industry, with the advent of connected vehicles.
Booth size: 9 sqm.
One side open (built-up booth): Rs. 23,000 per sqm.
Two side open (built up booth): Rs. 25,000 per sqm. (Subject to availability)
Reimbursement of Airfare:
Upto Rs. 70,000 may be reimbursed to eligible participants in terms of the MAI guidelines. However, this shall be subject to receiving of specific Govt. approval for such assistance for events of 2019-20. The T&C must all be abided by for eligibility towards such reimbursement. For detailed guidelines please click the following link:https://www.eepcindia.org/download/Guidelines-for-Reimbursement-of-Airfare190130100603.pdf
Note: EEPC INDIA can only recommend for issuance of VISA to the extent that the concerned person is a participant at the subject exhibition and that the person in question has been certified by the participating organisation to be their employee. The Foreign Embassy / Consulate where the applicant submits the VISA application is expected to follow their usual procedural checks before granting the VISA in question and EEPC INDIA shall not be responsible in any manner whatsoever for non-issuance of VISA by the concerned authorities. This would mean that the prospective participant will be fully liable for the total charges payable to EEPC INDIA even if they do not obtain the VISA for any reason whatsoever.
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Address of Bank : 2/6, Sarat Bose Road, Kolkata 700 020
Account Number : 00142090000452
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Interested firms are requested to fill in the online Application Form latest by 3rd May 2019 at the following link.
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