More global exhibitors are lining up for Automechanika Birmingham this year, according got the show organiser.
Last year the popular show series debuted in the UK in Birmingham at the NEC and this time will return 6-8 June with 400 international exhibitors, a significant rise from last year’s 250.
The show, pitched as an international automotive networking event for the aftermarket and supply chain, will be 70% bigger than in 2016, hosting over 800 exhibitors with 50% of whom from 35 countries around the globe, gathering to showcase their latest products and new technologies.
Pavilions from India & Taiwan
The 2017 exhibition boasts national pavilions from Czech Republic, India, China and Taiwan. Each country pavilion will have offer an array of companies covering parts and components for the automotive aftermarket or supply chain, found in Hall 20.
Outside the national pavilions, the organiser said there will be significant representation from Italy, Spain, Germany, Poland, France and far afield will exhibit products in product categories from garage equipment, tools, consumables, accessories, raw materials for the supply chain and more. Among many others, major international brands include Liqui Moly, Petronas, Arnott Europe, Nippon Pieces Services, Schmidt Metal Group and Sash Lubricants.
Simon Albert, Event Director, said: “This high number of international exhibitors for 2017 event proves the UK’s motor industry is strong and truly open for business. We are delighted to see that major international automotive supply companies want to develop working relationships with the UK and we look forward to delivering a must-attend event for the automotive aftermarket and supply chain in June.”
We have more on the show in our May edition of Torque Magazine. Don’t get the magazine? Subscribe for free here.