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Automechanika South Africa 2017 (Automechanika South Africa), referred to as Automechanika 2017, is one of the Automechanika brand global tour exhibitions hosted by Messe Frankfurt, Germany. It is also the only professional auto parts exhibition in southern Africa so far. It complies with the demand for high-quality and professional auto parts exhibitions in Africa, and has been approved by the South African Automobile Industry Exporters Association (AIEC), the South African Automobile Related Products Retailers Association (RMI), the South African Automobile Parts Manufacturers Association (NAACAM) and South Africa Supported by the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers (NAAMSA).
In 2015, Automechanika South Africa increased to 608 exhibitors, of which 467 exhibitors were overseas companies, and the number of exhibitors increased to 11,157. Compared with the 2013 exhibition and the previous exhibition, the number of exhibitors increased by 12%. South Africa's largest exhibition for the automotive aftermarket industry.
In March 2009, Automechanika South Africa was held for the first time, with an exhibition area of 25,000 square meters. There are more than 400 exhibitors from 60 countries and more than 10,000 professional visitors. Including 43% of South African exhibitors, 57% of exhibitors from Argentina, Germany, the United States, Italy, China and other countries, including nearly 100 Chinese exhibitors. 85% of the people who come to the exhibition are from South Africa, and 15% are from other African countries and countries around the world. There are not only international big-name companies such as Bosch, Tenneco, and ZF, but also a large number of Chinese and Turkish companies. Among the 420 exhibitors, 90 are Chinese companies. This figure fully reflects the importance Chinese companies attach to the South African market.
In 2017, when the South African auto industry is showing a recovery trend, I believe that more industry players will turn their attention to South Africa, the largest and fastest growing market in Africa.