Automechanika Shanghai 2021 will have new show dates

A new date for one of Asia’s most influential automotive trade fairs will be announced in the coming days, organizers say.

Automechanika Shanghai, set to take place from November 24-27, 2021, has pushed back its show dates due to a recent onset of COVID-19 cases in various provinces and cities in the country. A new date for one of Asia’s most influential automotive trade fairs will be announced in the coming days, organizers say.

“It is currently a pivotal moment for the government to get ahead of its containment efforts and prevent the wider outbreak of cases,” said Fiona Chiew, Deputy General Manager, Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd. “To support these actions, we have decided to defer Automechanika Shanghai. First and foremost, our top priority is to protect the well-being of all participants traveling to the show. On behalf of the team, I would like to thank all industry players for their support and understanding. I look forward to welcoming everyone back to the fair during the rescheduled time.”

Automechanika Shanghai will continue to connect the automotive ecosystem and provide frequent updates about the domestic and overseas markets, as its global resources play a vital role in the long term and sustainable development of the automotive industry, the organizers say.

Furthermore, the show’s online platform, AMS Live, will proceed as planned, offering a gateway for business exchange amongst the current exhibitors and buyers. To register for AMS Live, please visit: http://www.automechanika-shanghai.com/vor.

In the same fashion, during its new dates, Automechanika Shanghai will deliver a stage for marketing, trade, knowledge sharing, and education across the entire supply chain. 

Automechanika Shanghai is organized by Messe Frankfurt (Shanghai) Co Ltd and the China National Machinery Industry International Co Ltd (Sinomachint).

Please contact Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd on + 852 2802 7728, visit www.automechanika-shanghai.com or email auto@hongkong.messefrankfurt.com for further enquiries about the new show arrangements.


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