Automechanika Istanbul 2018: 1352 exhibitors from 38 countries came together with 45,979 visitors from 120 countries
Automechanika Istanbul, the 3rd largest trade fair of the automotive industry worldwide, took place at TUYAP Fair, Convention and Congress Center between April 5 and 8, 2018. Automechanika Istanbul's spectacular success proved once again after four impressive days with its high international quality both for exhibitors and visitors. The fair provided important opportunities for common benefits and development for industry leaders.
Automechanika Istanbul 2018: The world’s 3rd largest trade fair for the Automotive Industry, opened its doors for the 12th time in Istanbul on April 5th!
Automechanika Istanbul, the world’s 3rd largest automotive fair organized by the collaboration of Messe Frankfurt Istanbul Uluslararası Fuarcılık Ltd. Şti. and Hannover Fairs Turkey Fuarcılık A.Ş. brings together over 1300 exhibitors from 38 countries with the professionals of the industry from 5 to 8 April 2018. The location of Turkey makes Automechanika Istanbul the most important international trade platform of the region for all domestic and foreign companies that plan to make investments in neighbouring countries’ market. The exhibition, where cutting-edge technology products for the automotive production and service systems will be exhibited, can be visited at TUYAP Fair Convention and Congress Center from 5th to 8th of April.
Automotive Industry has exceeded the targets with “Automechanika Istanbul” which the World's 3rd Largest Fair!
Year’s Record Came from Automotive Industry! The world’s 3rd largest fair of the automotive industry, Automechanika Istanbul reached a significant success at Istanbul! As the leading automotive trade brand in the region Automechanika Istanbul once again became the industry’s ultimate meeting point. The fair brought together 48,737 industrial trade visitors from 130 countries with 1,397 local and international exhibitors from 38 countries in Istanbul. This year, the fair exceeded its own record once again with increasing the visiting rate by 6%. Stating that Turkish automotive manufacturers targeted 32 Billion Dollars’ worth of exports in 2019, Hannover Fairs Turkey Fuarcılık General Manager Alexander Kühnel and Messe Frankfurt Istanbul’s Managing Director Tayfun Yardım stated that, “Within the scope of the trade fair which we organised in line with the vision of making a greater contribution to exports, our exhibitors signed important agreements. These agreements will have positive impacts on the industry’s targets. We will be seeing these positive impacts on Turkish economy more clearly particularly beginning from the second half of the year”.
The World Automotive Industry Meets at “Automechanika Istanbul on 4 - 7 April!
Turkish Automotive Industry will be demonstrating its strength, sustainability and new technologies in Istanbul.
Visitors flocked to Motobike Istanbul which is the most important event of the sector
The most comprehensive event of the motorcycle and bicycle industry in the region, Motobike Istanbul, which is organized by Messe Frankfurt Istanbul, sponsored by Motul with the support of the industry-leading associations MOTED, Motoder and Bised has ended. The exhibition, which the motorcyle and bicycle lovers have been eagerly waiting for, was opened by Messe Frankfurt Istanbul General Manager Tayfun Yardım, Sakarya Deputy Kenan Sofuoğlu, Motorcycle Industry Association President Bülent Kılıçer, Motul Turkey Sales Manager Kerem Oyılmaz and Aytemiz General Manager Ahmet Eke.
Opening its doors for the 11th time, the excitement of Motobike Istanbul starts!
Organized by Messe Frankfurt Istanbul with main sponsor Motul, Motobike Istanbul, the largest motorcycle and bicycle sector event in the region, opened its doors at the Istanbul Expo Center with an opening ceremony by Messe Frankfurt Istanbul Managing Director Tayfun Yardım, Deputy Kenan Sofuoğlu, President of the Motorcycle Industry Association Bülent Kılıçer, Motul Turkey General Manager Dmitry Bakumenko, and Aytemiz General Manager Ahmet Eke.