21st International Exhibition of Automotive Parts, Components, Car Maintenance Equipment and Products 21 - 24 August 2017 Russia • Moscow • Expocentre

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MIMS Automechanika Moscow - the largest trade fair for automotive parts and car maintenance equipment targeting trade visitors from Russia and neighboring countries.

The exhibition, organized by ITEMF Expo, a joint venture of ITE Group and Messe Frankfurt international exhibition companies, traditionally presents a wide range of products from the leading Russian and international manufacturers, such as AUDI, ASHIKA, ASIMCO, BOSCH, GAZ GROUP, HITACHI, MERCEDES- BENZ RUS, BREMBO, DAYCO, DENSO, EXIST, MANN+HUMMEL, OPTIBELT, SCHAEFFLER, SAIPA, SOGEFI GROUP, TENNECO, VALEO SERVICE, ZF FRIEDRICHSHAFEN and many others. The exposition covers the following product groups: automotive parts, spare parts, car washing, workshop and filling-station equipment, IT products and services, accessories and tuning.

MIMS Automechanika Moscow. Facts & Figures 2016

Exhibition space:

43,445 thousand square meters gross in 5 exhibition pavilions and outdoor exposition

Exhibitors:

1, 022 companies from 40 countries including major industry brands such as ASHIKA, ASIMCO, BOSCH, GAZ GROUP, HITACHI, BREMBO, DAYCO, DENSO, EXIST, MANN+HUMMEL, OPTIBELT, SCHAEFFLER, SAIPA, SOGEFI GROUP, TENNECO, VALEO SERVICE, ZF FRIEDRICHSHAFEN and many others.

National Pavilions

National Pavilions of China, France, Italy, Korea, Singapore, Taiwan and Japan hosted the leading companies presenting their products to Russian professional audience.

Visitors

30, 737 visitors during 4 days

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Product groups

News

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news New passenger car sales (excluding LCV) may increase by 7% in Russia in 2017, reaching 1.4 million units, according to a PwC survey.

Oil price forecast has become one of the main factors in the prediction of sales volumes, as noted by PwC. “According to the GI, the average price for Brent crude oil was $43.3 per barrel in 2016 and the price may rise to $55 per barrel in 2017 according to the consensus forecast of Bloomberg, which will stimulate new car sales” – as stated by the company.

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