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The India Auto Expo is divided into two separate events; the Auto Show and the Components Show. This event has evolved as the premium Indian auto event for that market and is produced by Automotive Components Manufacturer’s Association (ACMA), Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and Society of Indian Automotive Manufacturers (SIAM). The Indian automotive market has experienced significant growth in recent years and as a result, the Auto Expo has become one of Asia’s largest automotive shows. The Component Show had the participation of 20 countries and attracted 115,328 visitors from 67 countries and featured over 1200 component suppliers displaying their latest innovations and technologies in the fields of alternate fuel products; electrical; dies and molds; engine and engine components; light weighting; transmission and driveline; testing & pollution; control equipment; safety, environment, fuel efficiency and AI.
APMA, along with the Government of Canada and the Government of Ontario recently coordinated a Canadian Pavilion and Trade Mission around this event. The Show occurred from February 8th to 11th 2018 in New Delhi, India. The Canadian Pavilion was 120 m2 and featured eight Canadian companies in the space. The Pavilion also featured meeting areas and representation from APMA and CAMM at the information kiosk to greet visitors and field general industry inquiries. The Pavilion also hosted a number of other Canadian companies who traveled to India to attend the event to meet with other suppliers.
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