Automechanika Shanghai 2016, the world’s second largest Automechanika brand show after Automechanika Frankfurt, has reported a 10% increase in visitors and a 7% increase in exhibitors. Held at the National Exhibition & Convention Center (Shanghai), China, from November 30 to December 3, 2016 the four-day trade fair saw 5,756 exhibitors from 42 countries and regions, representing a 7% increase in the number of exhibitors over 2015. The event was spread across 312,000 square metres of exhibition space as well as expanded to 13 halls, representing a 12% increase on 2015. There were a total of 120,671 visitors from 140 countries and regions while the top 10 overseas visiting countries and regions, in order of highest attendance, were Taiwan, Korea, Russia, Malaysia, the US, Iran, Japan, Thailand, Turkey and India. Commenting on Automechanika Shanghai 2016, Jason Cao, chairman of Messe Frankfurt (Shanghai) Ltd, said: “The results are tremendous. It is not only a testament to the development of the robust automotive industry in Asia and the rest of the world, but highlights the show as a global hub in the automotive industry which draws high-level participants from across sectors and the world. The show is also sensitive to the market needs… Read full this story
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