Over 70 Chinese companies will participate and exhibit their products in the three-day Pakistan Auto Show scheduled to be held at Karachi Expo Center from April 12 to 15.
“More than 70 companies manufacturing motorcycles and its different parts and automobiles will showcase their products in the show to be organized by Pakistan Association of Automotive Parts and Accessories,” a senior official at Embassy of Pakistan informed here.
He said the government would provide all possible facilities to these companies during the auto show.
China Auto Modification Accessories Association Vice President Zhang Yazhu who purchased 85 booths for Chinese companies to display their products at the exhibition said more companies were willing to participate in the auto show.
She informed that some big companies particularly Congqing Zongshen Group, Chongqing Shun Hong Import and Export, Fujian Dongya Machinery and Shandong Province Liangshan Shenli Auto would also be participating.
These companies were manufacturing motorcycles, motorcycle engine and body parts and piston rings for motorcycle, automobile, and generators, she added.
Zhang, who had been regularly facilitating Chinese exhibitors to participate in the Pakistan Auto Show since 2016, said, the number of Chinese exhibitors kept growing tremendously during the last three years.
“We bought three booths in the auto show held in 2016, 68 booths in 2017 and 81 booths in 2018,” she added.
Pakistan Auto Show is the pioneering trade exhibition for the rapidly developing automotive aftermarket in Pakistan.
The largest exhibition of automobiles in the country will feature a display of the full range of motor vehicles parts as well as components for the drive, chassis, body, electrics and electronic groups, as well as equipment for vehicle service and repair, bodywork repair and painting, tyres and batteries.
The last year’s auto show held in Lahore attracted more than 200 companies, comprising 125 domestic enterprises and 78 international exhibitors.
The international exhibitors included renowned companies from Japan, China, Germany, France, Turkey, Thailand, Taiwan, England USA, UAE, and Sri Lanka.
The event also featured more than 275 international buyers.