With 14 events around the world, Automechanika is the world’s leading trade fair for the automotive industry, and Automechanika Istanbul has become Eurasia’s most popular trade fair of its kind. Automechanika Istanbul, which has been organized for 9 years, is now held every year in April in accordance with the demand of the industry. We've talked with the organizers and they have provided us all information and novelties for the next edition.
The novelties of the next edition
The 2015 edition of Automechanika Istanbul features a long list of novelties. The entire event has been restructured according to product groups, with several new sections such as: Lubricants, Tire, Batteries and Truck Competence.
There are new countries in this year’s fair as Indonesia, Cyprus and Morocco.
- Many services are improved for the visitors: an advanced APP for easy navigation through the fair, a refined visitor registration system to minimize waiting time and an easier information system about the activities for the visitors on the fair guides.
3 reasons to visit Automechanika Istanbul
Automechanika is the world’s leading trade fair for the automotive industry and Automechanika Istanbul is the 3rd biggest trade fair for the automotive industry following Frankfurt and Shanghai editions.
Turkey is among the top 5 countries in Europe showing a performance of producing over 1 million vehicles in the last 3 years. So Turkey is quite successful in production and Automechanika Istanbul contributes a lot to the success of exports.
- Apart from individual exhibitors from all four corners of the globe, country pavilions from Morocco to China, 17 Pavilions will show best products from their national productions.
Forecasts for the next edition
- More than 1,600 exhibitors will occupy 14 halls on 40.000 m2 (2014: 34.791 m2)
- Some 850 exhibitors come from Turkey while around 750 exhibitors come from abroad.
Last year's edition (2014) facts and figures
- 44.469 trade visitors from 123 countries
- the fair was organized in 34.791 m2 net area
- where 1,475 participants took place from 40 countries