22nd Russia’s leading international trade fair for the automotive service industry targeting trade visitors from Russia and the CIS 27 - 30 August 2018 Russia • Moscow • Expocentre

180 delegates from France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, India, Netherlands, Russia and Turkey took part in IMAF 2015 within MIMS Automechanika Moscow.

Key players of the automotive sector, including Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of Russian Federation Alexandr Morozov, General Director of Volkswagen Group Rus Marcus Osegowitsch, President of Avtovaz Bo Andersson and other top managers discussed burning issues of the industry. More than 30 direct B2B negotiation with Purchasing Directors of Avtovaz, Ford Sollers and PCMA took place within IMAF.
   VI International Moscow Automotive Forum  (IMAF) organized in partnership with the Association  of European Businesses in the Russian Federation  (AEB) was held on the 25th of August within the  framework of MIMS Automechanika Moscow, and  traditionally became a highlight of business program of the trade fair.


80 delegates from Russia, Germany, Great Britain,  Italy, India, the Netherlands and Turkey discussed the  burning issues of the current situation in Russian  automotive industry:

  • New stage of automotive industry in Russia: trends and forecasts
  • Localisation in current economic situation
  • Financing and refinancing of projects in the automotive industry
  • Aftermarket development in Russia
The top level of Forum was powered by high-profile speakers - CEOs of the leading brands and opinion shapers of the Industry - Bo Andresson (President of Avtovaz), Kirill Epstein (Director of Automotive components Division at GAZ Group), Marcus Osegowitsch (General Director of Volkswagen Group RUS), Nikolay Khodosevich (Deputy Vice President of JV Ford Sollers), Jaron Wiedmaier (General Director of Continental Tires) and many others. The Forum was moderated by Alex Zaguskin, Managing Director of AZ Enterprise.
For the second time IMAF featured B2B speed dating - direct negotiations between car components manufacturers, car-makers and wholesale buyers. More than 30 direct B2B negotiations provided participants a unique opportunity to present their products to purchasing managers of leading wholesale buyers and OEMs such as Ford Sollers, Avtotor, PCMA and others.