Exhibit At PAACE Automechanika

Exhibit At PAACE Automechanika

Event takes place July 10-12 in Mexico City, Mexico.

MEXICO CITY – PAACE Automechanika in Mexico City is Latin and Central America’s largest trade event for the automotive aftermarket industry. This extraordinary event hosts more than 500 leading automotive companies including Alto Products, Exedy Globalparts and FIAMM. These companies are joined by a global presence with pavilions from Taiwan, India, Pakistan, Turkey, Germany and China. With 81 percent of attendees considering the event as one of the most important trade shows to attend, PAACE Automechanika Mexico City boasts an attendance of nearly 20,000 buyers, with 88 percent having some involvement in the purchasing decision.
As a part of the Automechanika brand, PAACE Automechanika Mexico City will be adding a "Truck Competence" section to this year’s event – an increased focus on companies that supply products and services for light- and heavy-duty commercial vehicles. Truck Competence will be introduced at this year’s event along with another new show element – a matchmaking platform. The opportunity to connect buyers with the companies they are most interested in is an invaluable tool benefiting both exhibitors and attendees alike. Mexico is the United States’ second-largest export market and third-largest trading partner. In addition, more than 2.9 million units were manufactured in Mexico in 2012, with close to 50 vehicle brands represented in the country. The time is right to invest in this market and PAACE Automechanika Mexico City is the ideal platform, according to event organizers.
To reserve your space, call 770-984-8016 ext. 402 or email [email protected].
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