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ACMA enters Automechanika Birmingham 2017 with 23 Indian auto component makers

Auto Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA), the apex body of the Indian auto component industry is leading a 23-member participation at Automechanika Birmingham 2017, UK’s leading expo for the automotive aftermarket and supply chain starting today and continuing upto June 8, 2017 at NEC, Birmingham, UK.

Some of the leading Indian component makers participating at the Automechanika Birmingham 2017 are Jamna Auto Industries, Lucas TVS, Macas Atomotive, NBC Bearings, Simco Auto Limited among others.

These companies will be showcasing their capabilities in product categories such as springs, motors, brake lining, bearings, auto electricals, engine parts, rubber parts etc. ACMA has been able to mobilize the group participation of its members with the support of the Ministry of Commerce & Industries, Government of India.

Rattan Kapur, President ACMA said “With approx. £71 billion turnover and £18.9 billion value added in 2016, the UK automotive industry has become one of the key drivers of the UK economy. It accounts for 12% of total UK export of goods and invests £4 billion each year in automotive R&D. The current auto component trade between India and UK stands at USD 900 million. With the automotive industry in the UK gaining traction, the show will serve as an ideal platform to further our business linkages and explore newer opportunities.”

The three-day Automechanika Birmingham has grown by 70 percent this year and is housing more than 750 exhibitors, showcasing the latest products and automotive technology from the aftermarket and supply chain.

Several power packed seminars covering business dynamics, best practices, technical updates and live demonstrations for the aftermarket are also a part of the exhibition Automechanika Birmingham 2017.

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