The show will be held across December 2 to 5

As the automotive industry transitions alongside the backdrop of COVID-19, show organisers say Automechanika Shanghai navigates these new roads through its innovative hybrid event.
The show commences from 2 to 5 December at the National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai), while players across the world will be able to tune in digitally from 30 November to 6 December. 
“Over the years, Automechanika Shanghai has built up a strong global network synonymous to its highly influential reputation in the market,” Messe Frankfurt (HK) Deputy General Manager, Fiona Chiew, said.
“In light of current challenges, the show is an important hub for innovation and collaboration; it will continue to unite players from all corners of the world through its new hybrid platform AMS Live and support industry development along the way.” 
To illustrate, show organisers say as one of the few chances to take part in automotive trade fairs this year, companies are recognising the brand building opportunities that Automechanika Shanghai presents. Through their digital booths, onsite exhibitors can further increase their exposure, image and visibility in the market, as well as host launches to reveal their latest products, technologies and services.

Live streamed onsite events and activities
Automechanika Shanghai will host an impressive line-up of fringe events running concurrently with the online platform. The 50-strong programme will see an expected 215 speakers sharing their insights on current and future market trends, as well as touch upon the aftereffects of COVID-19. 
For the first time, the Automotive Aftermarket Summit is going hybrid. During one of the highly anticipated panel discussions Ricky Wang, AASA CAF Vice Chairman, Vice President and General Manager of APAC Brake Parts Inc, will discuss the impact of the pandemic in the aftermarket with onsite and remotes speakers from various countries and regions.
Elsewhere, prominent industry players guiding global OEMs and suppliers through supply chain trends and challenges during the AIAG Auto Parts Purchasing Leadership and Suppliers Summit 2020. 
Automechanika Shanghai will feature approximately 3,900 exhibitors across 280,000 sqm of space and at the same time, its new platform AMS Live will allow overseas players to connect with onsite exhibitors through key features for live streaming, video calls, live chats and more.  

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