Dubai Auto Exhibition: Six Pakistani companies participate

Six companies from Pakistan participated in the 15th edition of Automechanika Middle East exhibition

Ppi May 10, 2017
The three-day exhibition kicked off in style as stalls of international and national automobile manufacturers cramped the two major halls of the Expo Centre. PHOTO: SHAHBAZ MALIK/EXPRESS

KARACHI: Six companies from Pakistan participated in the 15th edition of Automechanika Middle East exhibition that closed its doors in Dubai on Tuesday, after three days of business by 1,955 exhibitors from 57 countries. Diamond Tyre Limited, Electropolymers, Kolia Corporation, Kortech Auto Industries, Pakistan Accumulators and Volta Dies & Moulds joined the show under the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan (TDAP). Meanwhile, Rastgar Engineering and Royal Tech participated directly in the event. More than 32,000 trade visitors from 138 countries made their way to Dubai to see world’s largest automotive fair in the Middle East. They explored 25 countries’ pavilions which included Germany, Japan, Italy, South Korea, the UK, Spain, Iran, the US and Brazil.

Published in The Express Tribune, May 10th, 2017.

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Haroon Rashid | 4 years ago | Reply AutoMechanica2017 is important Regional show addressing the worlds biggest markets of the Middle East. Where would you drive a car in Pakistan urban centers Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad. Are you planning/thinking flying cars of Uber in Pakistan? What standards are we conforming to in Pakistan? Does the car and auto parts adhere to UN Safety Standards? What is the Number of Road Safety Accident/Injury in Pakistan? What is the number of Driver License to Auto ownership in Pakistan? Is there any consideration for Depreciation for Obsolesense of the autos made in Pakistan.
Zahid Qadeer | 4 years ago | Reply The article is incomplete as it does not disclosed as how much exports order have been fetch during exhibition by Pakistani companies.
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