The conditions for a large-scale industry gathering are developing as an outcome of changes to public health measures from the Chinese Government. Therefore, in recognition of supporting the call for in-person business encounters, the organisers of Automechanika Shanghai have secured a new timeslot from 15 to 18 February at the Shenzhen World Exhibition & Convention Center.
Tomorrow’s Service & Mobility
New mobility and digitalisation are permanently changing the automotive landscape. Embracing the shift, the show’s future-focused position amplifies alternative drive technologies (hydrogen and fuel cell), the e-mobility chain (batteries, electric drives, electric controls and battery swapping facilities), car connectivity (autonomous driving, intelligent cockpits and smart transportation).
Special display areas, lectures and product presentations will bring overseas and domestic industry players, government representatives and universities together. Start-ups, automakers, research institutes and industry product bases facilitate a deeper exchange about technological innovation.
Parts and technology
Gathering the top 100 global auto parts suppliers
Be part of the leaders that continue to dominate digitalisation and electrification trends across the vertical supply chain in research and development, technological innovation in vehicle production, as well as aftermarket services. Companies are set to highlight the successes and applications in engine electronics, electrified products and technologies.
China’s automakers and industrial bases, along with companies from 20 overseas countries and regions will showcase their production strengths and seek opportunities for cross-collaboration