The automotive aftermarket returns to the fore at trade fairs: Automechanika Frankfurt will take place from 10 to 14 September 2024, Autopromotec in Bologna from 21 to 24 May 2025, but first it will organize an event on the energy transition

On the occasion of the latest Autopromotec fair, in order to get to know the exact feeling of the market, the organizers of the event commissioned a survey of exhibitors to an independent specialized company with particular reference to the scheduling of upcoming sector events at an international level.

From the analysis it emerged that, once the pandemic situation ended, the exhibitors hope to restore the alternation of the two most important international automotive aftermarket events, Autopromotec and Automechanika, thus returning to their natural location – Autopromotec in odd years and Automechanika over the even years.

On the occasion of the recent edition of Automechanika, the representatives of the two exhibitions agreed on the need to follow up on these requests from the market. Based on this, Automechanika Frankfurt will take place from 10 to 14 September 2024, while the 30th edition of Autopromotec will take place from 21 to 24 May 2025 in the Bologna exhibition center, thus restoring the alternation interrupted due to the well-known events related to the pandemic.

From 16 to 18 November 2023, Autopromotec will also organize an event, currently being designed, dedicated to manufacturers, component manufacturers, distributors and buyers on the challenges of the entire mobility sector, from the energy and ecological transition to new business models.

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