About 1,475 exhibitors from over 40 countries will grace the 2017 edition of the Automechanika Istanbul exhibition which will be held from April 6 to 9, 2017, at the Tuyap Fair, Convention and Congress Centre, Istanbul, Turkey.
According to the organisers, the event will provide the right platform for those who would like to expand their automotive business in Turkey and other parts of the world.
The event, accordingly, will bring together major players in the Turkish and European industries, while providing a meeting point for those who want to enter into the rapidly growing market in Turkey as well as the surrounding regions.
The organisers in statement made available to THISDAY yesterday stated that the automotive industry in Turkey is one of the most important pillars of the economy with high demand and rising investment needs which makes the Automechanika Istanbul very imperative.
The Automechanika in Istanbul is an international trade fair for the automotive industry and is the largest leading fair of its kind in Turkey, Middle East and North Africa.
The statement added: “Automechanika Istanbul is Eurasia’s number one OEM and Aftermarket event that brings together all relevant professionals from the Automotive Manufacturing, Distribution and Repair sectors in the region and it provides opportunities for small and medium sized companies that want to present themselves at the market and to international companies.
“Information from their country representative in Nigeria and Sub West Africa, Messes Exhibition and Trade Fair Limited, the fair like before will exhibit the latest of its product range in automotive electrical, automotive electronics, automotive parts, automotive repair, equipment, body parts, car accessories, car components, car spare parts, car tuning items, car washes, chassis components, gas station equipment, vehicle claim management, vehicle financing, vehicle inspections, vehicle leasing, vehicle parts , tyres and batteries.”
It further stressed that the exhibition would offer an extensive programme in which, among others, manufacturers would be available to discuss professional issues related to car servicing, adding that there would be comprehensive reports and presentations on the topics concerning the entry into the Arab market and the most relevant questions about taxes, legal framework and distribution channels.