The Africa Automotive Show

Africa Automotive Show at IATF2023

Interested in Exhibiting at Africa Automotive Show?

The Africa Automotive Show will present a platform for vehicle manufacturers, vehicle assemblers, Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) and component suppliers and other automotive industry service providers to exhibit their products and also interact with potential buyers and suppliers. The IATF2023 Africa Automotive Show has 3 components as follows:

A dedicated Automotive Exhibition:

Automotive companies including commercial (bus and truck) and passenger vehicle manufacturers, assemblers, importers, component manufacturers, dealers, parts & accessories distributors, electric motorcycles and vehicles, infrastructural projects and agencies, other members of the value-chain, including mineral processing, logistic services providers and automotive development agencies will have an opportunity to showcase their products and also interact with potential buyers, suppliers and governments. Pavilions can also be set up to enable them to customise their exhibition to fit their unique requirements.

An Automotive Forum:

The forum will feature leading African and international speakers and a variety of sessions dealing with the Automotive industry in Africa. It will bring together selected Heads of States and Government, Ministers responsible for Trade and Industry and Captains of Industry to discuss key issues affecting the auto industry and provide practical solutions

A B2B and B2G platform:

The platform will provide matchmaking and business exchange opportunities for vehicle manufacturers, vehicle assemblers, OEMs and component suppliers and other automotive industry service providers, leading to conclusion of business and investment deals across various sectors. This is supported by a dedicated African Buyers' Programme

AFRICA'S ECONOMIC BOOM, AUTOMOTIVE OPPORTUNITY

Africa (excluding South Africa) currently accounts for only 0.5% of the global automotive market (600 000 units). Its motorisation rate is just 45 vehicles per 1000 inhabitants - significantly below the global average of 203.

The exhibition will attract continental and global buyers and sellers, including executives and market expansion managers that will engage in business deals in, amongst others:

  • Parts Manufacturing
  • Parts Supply
  • Parts Distribution
  • Vehicle Manufacturing
  • Component Manufacturers
  • Vehicle Accessories
  • Vehicle Electronics
  • Vehicle Security
  • Vehicle Maintenance
  • Electric Vehicle Supply
  • Electric Vehicle Accessories
  • Vehicle Finance (including Insurance)

For The Africa Automotive Show enquiries:

Andrew Binning
Inkanyezi

For Sponsor enquiries:

Janice Costa
Head of Partnerships, RX Africa