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Auto manufacturers drive innovation to navigate new roads ahead
2020 Brochure
2019 Final report
About the show
Exhibition grounds

Automechanika Shanghai, one of Asia’s leading trade fairs for automotive parts, accessories, equipment and services returns on 2 to 5 December 2020. The fair showcases the entire automotive supply chain and expects to gather 6,650 exhibitors covering 366,000 sqm of space. 

Located on the lower level of the fairground, the Parts & Components, Tomorrow’s Service & Mobility and the extended Electronics & Connectivity sectors will share resources that promote the digitalisation of the automotive industry. Together they highlight the value of new co-created technologies and the growing opportunities in the market.

Sector highlights
2019 Key players (partial list)

Aisin, APG, Bosch, BPI, Brembo, CATARC, China Changan, Continental Automotive, ContiTech, CRRC, Delphi, DENSO, EURO REPAR, FAWER, FAW-Volkswagen, Hitachi Chemical, Magneti Marelli, Michelin Lifestyle, Knorr-Bremse, SMVIC, VIE and many more.

Rapid advancements in automotive electronics

The scale of China's automotive electronics market will continue to lead growth across the world, at the fastest
rate of 10%. With the popularity of electric vehicles rising, the automotive electronics aftermarket is also surging as intelligent transformation, digitalisation, energy-saving and sustainability become the driving force of development.


The Electronics & Connectivity sector showcases the latest trends for automotive electronics products and promotes the integration of technological innovation.

Opening up the commercial vehicle market

The fair's ever-growing visitor database of fleet management and logistics companies, commercial vehicle parts dealers and repair service providers attracts leading commercial vehicle parts manufacturers. 


The Parts & Components sector will gather fleet and commercial vehicle related companies showcasing their latest products, technologies, services and concepts.

Dedicated fringe events will also create a one-of-a-kind business arena for commercial vehicles.

Building an ecosystem for Tomorrow’s Service & Mobility

The Tomorrow’s Service & Mobility sector explores uncharted territories and upcoming trends. The hall unites a vast collection of local and overseas industry associations, research institutes, commercial corporations, finance firms and start-ups. It exposes future developments through new business models, core technology, information security, standards and policies.

2019 show review
Exhibitor comments

Parts & Components

“With the market experiencing a once-in-a-century reform, the show can help us understand future developments
and associated challenges. We are very satisfied with our exhibiting results. Professionals across different sectors,
including workshops, signify that the market has high expectations for DENSO products.”


Mr. Kato Toshihiro, Connected Business Development, Aftermarket Sales & Marketing, Customer Service Department Senior Director, Denso (China) Investment Co Ltd Shanghai Branch


Tomorrow’s Service & Mobility

“We are a high-tech company, exhibiting at the show for the first time with our automotive display technology. Our smart bus and road system attracted a lot of attention and allowed visitors to immerse in new types of transportation services. We have even received a number of orders during the fair itself.  We could not be happier with these results as Automechanika Shanghai is excellent at showcasing industry sectors."


Mr. Zhang Wei, Channel Manager, Future (Beijing) Hei Technology Co., Ltd.

Visitor profile

In 2019, the fair welcomed 159,728 (six percent increase) professional buyers from 149 countries and regions across all automotive sectors, 88 percent of which had the authority to make purchasing decisions.

Show's facts & figures
We care about your health and safety

In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, organisers of Automechanika Shanghai are working with local authorities to ensure appropriate safety parameters are upheld. These measures are to safeguard the health and safety of all stakeholders so that the show remains a secure platform for business.

Reserve your space now!
If you would like to reserve a booth, please contact:

Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd
Ms Jenny Chuang
Tel: +852 2238 9914
Email: Jenny.chuang@hongkong.messefrankfurt.com


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