Auto Expo: Auto Expo is ready to return to Delhi after 10 years

The Auto Expo is set to return to the national capital in 2025 after a decade. India’s premier biennial motor show will be organized under Bharat Mobility at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi next year.

After 10 years the exhibition was shifted to Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh in 2014. The government is considering expanding the scope of the show to include more elements of ‘modern mobility’ from the transport sector, including railways and motorways, in future editions of the show.

ticketed event to attract retail customers

Under Bharat Mobility, automotive industry body Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM) will organize a customer-centric motor show, which is usually a ticketed event attracting retail audiences, at the Bharat Mandapam at Pragati Maidan, while global components Expo will be organized. By the Automotive Component Manufacturers Association (ACMA) at Yashobhoomi in Dwarka. The three-event show will be concluded by a construction equipment expo in Greater Noida, likely to be run by the Indian Construction Equipment Manufacturers Association (ICEMA).

The India Mobility Global Expo, which was organized by the commerce ministry’s Engineering Export Promotion Council of India (EEPC) and automotive industry bodies SIAM and ACMA in its first edition in February this year, will expand to three venues from January 17 next year. till January 22 to establish the show as a major global mobility event in India. Roadshows are set to begin soon to attract international buyers for the auto components show, while the construction equipment expo is expected to attract builders, developers and urban planners, among others, he told Mint.

“All these sectors are linked – manufacturing, auto components and finished products (vehicles). Our idea is to bring the entire value chain to India,” a government official said.

He said that the first edition of India Mobility Global Expo held in February this year had witnessed more than 1.5 lakh visitors. Indian automobile manufacturers, suppliers and participants from allied sectors including batteries, charging, steel and tires came together for the show at the Bharat Mandapam, although participants expressed skepticism over the need to hold the show every year rather than biennially, as would have been the case has come. exercise with the Auto Expo, given that the supplier ecosystem usually takes longer to develop new technologies. Many expected that the show, with its favorable cost structures compared to the Auto Expo (which is launch-event-oriented and costs original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) more money to rent larger venues), would fare better. Will give the industry long notice in its next version to enable.

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