Promising Chinese market attracted Japanese companies to expand their manufacturing capacity

Automechanika Shanghai 2016 is expected to continue its success and hit another milestone due to the Chinese market’s continued growth. Many overseas companies, especially Japanese manufacturers, are investing more on research to identify business development opportunities in the country. Due to their reputation for precise manufacturing and quality control, Japanese cars are increasingly popular in China. In 2015, Japan was the largest importer of passenger cars into the country. According to research by Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO), more Japanese car manufacturers are planning to increase their production quantity in China.
As reported by Chinese publications Global Auto Sources Gasgoo and Auto Sohu, the sales volume of Japanese cars reached 1.7 million in China between January and June this year. This represents a year-on-year growth of 12.7% and ranks second to the sales of Chinese-brand vehicles surpassing the sales of German, American and French vehicles. The top two Japanese car brands, Toyota and Honda, are both achieving year-on-year growth within the Chinese automotive market.

Prestigious Japanese companies have confirmed their attendance at Automechanika Shanghai 2016
Japanese companies in particular have shown their enthusiasm towards Automechanika Shanghai 2016, doubling their exhibiting space compared to last edition. Many prominent Japanese companies have already confirmed their attendance. Brands include the Top 100 global OEM parts suppliers or ones that are famous for exquisite quality, including AISIN, DENSO, Hitachi, J-WORKS, NGK, Olympus, Panasonic, etc.
Among the distinguished Japanese exhibitors, Aisin Seiki Co Ltd will be sharing the latest in their aftermarket and automotive parts for a multitude of major OEMs while at Automechanika Shanghai. DENSO, which is a leading supplier of advanced automotive technology, systems and components for major automakers, has a favourable reputation
among automotive companies and has been a key OEM supplier at Automechanika Shanghai since last year. Hitachi will also introduce aftermarket products such as engine oil, brake blocks, etc to the show this year. NGK is a leading company in the global spark plug market and its NTK oxygen sensor is making its debut in the aftermarket at Automechanika Shanghai 2016. The new product will be announced to the world through the show’s marketing channels.

Joining the show for the first time includes shock absorber brands KYB and Excel-G, the vehicle engine manufacturer. NIDEC, the renowned supplier of control valve bodies, solenoid valves and more, as well as ADVICS-brand brake pads, are among those who have already secured their booths. Japanese exhibitors display a wide range of their products within the sectors of Parts & Components, Electronics & Systems, Repair & Maintenance and Accessories & Customising.
Strong support not only comes from exhibitors, but also from Japan’s industrial organisations. Besides the current supporter Japan Auto Parts Industries Association (JAPIA), Nippon Auto Parts Aftermarket Committee (NAPAC), which is focused on the accessories and
customising sector, just confirmed their participation as a new fair supporter this year. Automechanika Shanghai 2016 is an influential and visible platform which will assist both organisations’ members in venturing into the Chinese automotive market. In return, Automechanika Shanghai will also experience an expanded network and international
development of the show.
In addition to many of the top companies in the Japanese automotive market, several leading global brands will be exhibiting their latest products at Automechanika Shanghai this year. The following worldwide notable names will also be exhibiting at the show: AC Delco, BASF, Bilstein, Bosch, Brembo, Continental, Dayco, DuPont, Elring, Federal Mogul, Hella, Hengst, Launch, Liqui Moly, Magneti Marelli, Mahle, NTN, RAV, Ravaglioli, SAIC, SATA, Schaeffler, SK Networks, Sonax, UFI, Valvoline and ZF.

This year marks the 12th edition of Automechanika Shanghai, which has developed into an important one-stop platform for information exchange, marketing, trading and education. The fair is returning to the National Exhibition and Convention Center, Puxi, Shanghai from 30 November – 3 December 2016 and is expected to welcome 5,700 exhibitors and 120,000 visitors. It is organised by Messe Frankfurt (Shanghai) Co Ltd and the China National Automotive Industry International Corporation (CNAICO). It is one of 16 Automechanika fairs held in Africa, Asia, Europe and North, Central and South America.

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