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Ghana to host International trade show on Automobile

Auto Parts West Africa and Ghana Motor Show, both international trade shows on Automobiles and its vertical industries will take place in Accra on September 13-16, 2017, at the International Trade Fair Center.

Auto Parts West Africa Show will feature aftermarket manufacturers and suppliers showcasing innovative products and services, while Ghana Motor Show will provide an exclusive platform for car dealerships, accessory companies, banks offering auto loans, insurance companies and all stakeholders in the car industry to potential buyers under one roof.

These trade shows will bring together exhibitors from 15 countries across the globe to create a platform for networking, discuss emerging trends and make connections with professionals from all areas of the automobile industry.

“We have created a show that will not only showcase the latest vehicles and trends in the industry, but also celebrates what we call a Total Automobile Experience,” says Christopher Rockson, Managing Partner for Orange IMC.

“With several unique and exciting features as part of our trade shows, we will be able to attract new and diverse crowds, which will help make it a great social and business experience. Cost effective Chinese Bikes will be a major attraction of this debut event in Ghana. Auto Parts West Africa and Ghana Motor Show, is set to be the ultimate experience for any auto enthusiast” he added.

Exhibitors including Silver Star Mercedes Benz, Rana Motors, Toyota, Japan Motors Nissan, Alfa Romeo, GMC, ISUZU Tracks, Yenmark, Yigit Aku , Mil Oil , Britpart, Qingdao Jingcheng Rubber Products Co Ltd , PIX Transmission, Addinol and many more will be offering visitors the chance to interact with their favorite brands and to discover their latest models.

On the side-lines of the exhibition, daily B2B meetings will be organized for all exhibitors starting from 11:00 am each day to interact with potential buyers and business partnerships.

This year’s event marks the first edition of Ghana Motor Show and Auto Parts West Africa and is supported by the Ministry of Trade and Industry.

The event is organized by FairAct Exhibitions, VeriFair Business Events Dubai and Orange IMC.

About Kenneth Odeng Adade

Kenneth is a Sport Journalist and the Editor of Awake Sports. He has over 7 years experience working with various media houses in Ghana. Connect with Kenneth@awakeafrica.com

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