The Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India organised the 4th ACMA Aftermarket Expo – North East, in Guwahati on December 10 and 11.
Held under the aegis of the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, the event was supported by the Guwahati Motor Parts Traders Association.
The expo serves as an ideal platform for business development and collaboration between the exhibitors and the dealers from the seven northeastern states. Fifty leading auto component manufacturers showcased genuine aftermarket and safety critical products in this edition of the expo.
Inaugurating the expo, Mr. Vinnie Mehta, Director General, ACMA, said “ACMA is delighted to organise the 4th edition of its Aftermarket Expo in Guwahati. Roadways are the primary mode of transportation in northeast. The hilly terrain, rains and poor roads in remote areas lead to wear and tear of the vehicles because of which auto spare parts are always in high demand, thereby providing a great opportunity for aftermarket business. We are confident that this expo will help the local dealers and distributors in gaining access to genuine parts of superior quality ensuring vehicular safety and better user experience.”
Sharing his views, Mr. Pradeep Singhania, President, Guwahati Motor Parts Traders Association, said, “The 4th ACMA Aftermarket Expo in Guwahati is happening at an opportune time as the aftermarket gains momentum post the pandemic. The dealers and distributors’ community in the northeast is excited as the show provides a perfect platform for them and the genuine independent aftermarket players to network and focus on business development.”