6-9 February 2014
Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India
VISIT

Focused Pavillions


ASLI NAQLI SHOW AT AUTO EXPO 4-7 February 2016, PRAGATI MAIDAN, NEW DELHI



Counterfeiting and illegitimate replications are serious risks confronting the brand owners exposing them to avoidable costs of litigation and more significantly leading to brand dilutions.

Asli- Naqli campaign, ACMA’s iconic event is an important platform for dealers’, distributors, traders, wholesalers, retailers and more so the end customers giving all stake holders an opportunity to interface directly with the brand owners.

The “real products” and their “visibly look alike fakes” are displayed in this thematic pavilion to educate visitors on the product dissimilarities and practical disadvantages which have direct impact on the cost vis-à-vis the life cycle and importantly on safety of passengers.

An ACMA commissioned study has revealed that counterfeits account for close to 36% of the current market size of US $ 5.9 billion replacement parts.

The study has also revealed that use of counterfeits results in additional vehicular pollution. Driving an average light vehicle 15000 km per year, emitting 160 g of carbon per km releases 2.6 tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere per annum. For the same vehicle using counterfeit components, this figure is estimated to be 10-15% higher. The corresponding figure for heavy CVs is even grave.

Loss of revenue to government on account of counterfeits is close to the tune of INR 22 billion per annum.

Asli Naqli, at Auto Expo 2016 - Components will once again have some major brand owners participating in the event to create awareness against counterfeiting.


Bearing Pavilion at the 13 Auto Expo – Components Show

India is largely regarded amongst the fastest growing market for bearings in the world which has ultimately led to a number of bearing companies set up manufacturing facilities. The Indian bearings Industry is bullish with excellent growth prospects, owing to spurt in growth of automobile and industrial sector.

Against this backdrop and to give a special focus to this sector; the organisers have set-up a dedicated bearing pavilion at Auto Expo 2016 – Components. India is currently the seventh-largest automobile producer in the world with an average annual production of 23 million vehicles in FY14-15. By 2026, the Indian Automotive industry will be among the top three of the world in engineering, manufacture and export of vehicles and components contributing 12% to India’s GDP and additionally generate 65 million jobs. Going ahead, the ‘Make in India’ campaign launched by the government will become the catalyst for enhancing bearing manufacturing and consumption in the forthcoming years.

During the four day exposition, prominent Indian bearing manufactures such as NRB, Texpin, NBC, Orbit, SKP, SMR, Koyo Bearings will be housed in the Hall no. 12 that is spread across 1500 sqmts in Pragati Maidan showcasing some of the cutting edge technologies.

There has been a huge growth in vehicle population coupled with higher customer awareness about vehicle upkeep, periodic maintenance and demand for add-on services (e.g. 24/7 breakdown assistance, extended warranty covers, etc.)

Owing to above, both organized players (automotive OEMs and non-vehicle manufacturers) and unorganized players (independent part dealers and small garages) have made great strides in the aftermarket sector over the last few years. The backdrop of economic slowdown in FY 12, coupled with a dip in volume growth of automotive OEMs, has further resulted in renewed focus towards growth in the aftermarket sector as a business imperative to maintain growth and profitability for automotive OEMs.

Most Indians who prefer OES (auto dealerships) for major repairs and collision work, are now looking at garages, workshops and service chains for upkeep of their vehicles, car washes, and other repairs including the minor repairs such as tires and oil/filter changes.

The focused Garage equipment pavilion is a special initiative to cater to these needs, address the challenges and requirements of the customer while providing a window for the OEM’s to provide their products to the end customers in a more effective and reliable manner.

As per the research by Frost and Sullivan, Independent garages and service chains capture about 60 percent of retail maintenance and repair revenue, with automobile dealerships in the original equipment suppliers (OES) channel holding about 40 percent market share. Indeed, as per the industry sources there were about 300,000 unorganised garages, compared to 950 multi-brand organised garages in 2011, in the country.

Infact, regulations related to the Indian auto aftermarket are also being made stringent to encourage fair competition in the aftermarket value chain and strengthen the customer’s position.

The focused Garage Equipment pavilion shall have display ( of Two Post Lift; Four Post Lift; Scissor Lift; Washing Hoist; Wheel Aligners; Wheel Balancers; Tyre Changers; Tyre Inflators; Vehicle Test Lane; Paint Booth; Crash Repair System; Spot Welders; Mig Welders; Plasma Cutter; Panel Repair System; Infrared Dryer, Car washing stations; Wet & Dry Vacuum Cleaners; Steam Washers; Floor Cleaners; Automatic Car Washing Plant) from some of the major brands in this section along with demonstration.



Innovation Pavilion – Make Quality & Technology in India

Where ideas transform into products – with this intent, the 13th Auto Expo Component Show will showcase for the first time an Innovation pavilion spread over an area of 100 square meters in Hall 7 of Pragati Maidan. The pavilion will be open to business visitors from 4-7 February between 1000 hrs to 1800 hrs.

The innovation pavilion offers a unique platform where component manufacturers will display their prowess in development of cutting edge technologies. With rapid changes in customer needs and the regulatory environment, the component industry has been making conscious efforts to graduate from ‘build to print’ to ‘creation of Intellectual Property’. Over ten component manufacturers will display their products at the pavilion that have been designed, developed and validated in India and are already being supplied to OEMs either in the domestic market or overseas.

At the Innovation Pavilion the visitors can expect a whole range of specialised Indian auto components, an illustrative list of such components includes Light Weight fire Resistant PUF Sound Insulation for Engine Room, Fire Resistant Acoustical Barrier, Composite Parts, Gear Shifters, Electro Magnetic Retarder, SGM Starter Motor, Clutch Booster, Auto Adjuster Drum Brake for Commercial Vehicle, High Stress Parabolic Springs, Twin Compressor Motor, Conversion from cast Iron to Aluminium- Wheel for Army Tanks and many more.

This will be another step forward towards realising ACMA’s vision of ‘Making Quality and Technology in India’.


Some of the companies exhibiting at Innovation Pavilion at Stall H1 Hall 7FGH includes

  • Lucas TVS Ltd.
  • Alicon Castalloy Ltd.
  • Sundaram Fastners Ltd.
  • Paracoat Products Ltd.
  • Brakes India Pvt. Ltd.
  • Tata Autocomp System Ltd.
  • Jamna Auto Industries Ltd.
  • Hi Tech Gears
  • Sona Koyo Steering System Pvt. Ltd
  • Wheels India Pvt. Ltd.
  • Sansera India Ltd.
  • Shriram Piston and Rings Ltd.
  • India Nippon Electricals Limited