Top exhibitors set for return to Automechanika Frankfurt 2024

In an exclusive update for automotive industry enthusiasts anticipating Automechanika Frankfurt, Show Director Olaf Mußhoff said this year's trade show will showcase the entire value chain of the automotive industry.

From upper left: Olaf Mußhoff, Show Director for Automechanika Frankfurt and Aftermarket Intel Editor Mark Phillips; Philippe Colpron, who leads ZF Aftermarket; Jens Schüler, CEO Schaeffler Automotive Aftermarket All photos by Mark Phillips/Aftermarket Intel

Automechanika Frankfurt is gearing up for its highly anticipated return in just six months, says Olaf Mußhoff, the show’s director.

In an exclusive update for automotive industry enthusiasts anticipating Automechanika Frankfurt, Mußhoff said this year’s trade show will showcase the entire value chain of the automotive industry.

“Automechanika Frankfurt … promises to live up to its name as the most important international industry meeting place for automotive professionals with currently 4,000 exhibitors from over 80 countries,” he said.

This year’s trade show will showcase everything from classic cars to the mobility solutions of tomorrow. Highlights include new top themes such as strategies for the circular economy, a future mobility parcours in the outdoor area, the latest advancements in electromobility, a dedicated stage for the “Workshop of the Future,” a DIY area focusing on detailing, and much more, Mußhoff says.

The event will also welcome back some key players in the industry after a hiatus. Notable companies making a return include paint manufacturers such as Axalta, PPG, and 3M, as well as other significant names like Exedy, Marelli Aftermarket, Mirka, Niterra, SKF, Sogefi, Trucktec, Sonax, Spanesi, Airbest Industry, Cormach, OMCN, Rabotti, and Rotar Marchinery Industrial.

Visit Automechanika Frankfurt’s website for more information.


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