Breaking News: New African car brand debuts at Automechanika Johannesburg
Mureza, a new African car brand, will make its debut at Automechanika Johannesburg, which takes place at Expo Centre, Nasrec, from 18-21 September. Mureza initially has a joint venture with the SAIPA Group in Iran for platform-sharing and the supply of some of the other major components, but Mureza's ultimate objective is to design and manufacture vehicles in Africa for African drivers.
Lots of interest from Africa in Automechanika Johannesburg and Futuroad Expo
There is unprecedented interest in Automechanika Johannesburg from other African countries this year. This follows the attendance at the first four roadshow meetings in Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Kenya to promote the event, which takes place at Expo Centre, Nasrec, from 18-21 September. More than 75% of the floorspace has been booked already
Strong focus on innovation, skills development and "buy local" at Automechanika Johannesburg
There will be three major focus areas at this year's Automechanika Johannesburg. The trade fair for the automotive aftermarket takes place at Expo Centre, Nasrec, from 18-21 September 2019. Each of the first three days is being dedicated to a specific focus area: innovation on the Wednesday, skills development on the Thursday and "buy local" on the Friday.
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Automechanika Johannesburg 2017 South Africa’s leading international trade fair for the automotive service industry targeting trade visitors from the Sub-Saharan Region
Automechanika Johannesburg to feature new products from the automotive aftermarket
The series of Automechanika trade fairs staged around the world by Messe Frankfurt are ideal locations to introduce new products and services for the automotive aftermarket. This is very much the case at Automechanika Johannesburg, which is being staged for the fifth time at the Johannesburg Expo Centre, Nasrec, from September 27-30.