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BRING YOUR AUTOMOTIVE AFTERMARKET BUSINESS INTO SOUTHEAST ASIA’S MOST EXCITING GROWTH ECONOMY WITH MYANAUTO 2016


Myanmar's automotive aftermarket is undergoing an impressive growth phase following the ease of car import regulations after decades of restrictions, reveals a market study by Solidiance*. Demand for automotive spare parts and after sales services are on the rise as car circulation is dominated by second-hand units, with more than 20 Asian brands ruling the automotive aftermarket.



According to the Myanmar Ministry of Rail Transportation, the country had 643,719 registered cars in December 2014, a significant increase in a mere year and a half, when the tally stood at 260,000.(http://www.consultancy.uk/news/2595/strong-growth-for-myanmar-automotive-aftermarket)

The growth of the automotive sector is not the only factor generating the expanding opportunities in the aftermarket. According to a recent study by Solidiance, an Asia-centric corporate consultancy firm, the dominance of second-hand vehicles leads to greater demand for spare parts and services. Moreover, the extreme climate and poor road conditions wear out automotive parts faster, accelerating vehicle spare parts replacement rates in the country. Accelerate your business in Myanmar now by joining MYANAUTO’16 – Myanmar’s Biggest Automotive Parts, Accessories and Servicing Expo, which will be held from 27-29 October 2016 at the Tatmadaw Exhibition Hall in Yangon. Held annually since 2013, the event is organised by AMB Tarsus Events Group, a leading trade show organiser in the region. The previous event in 2015 boasted over 250 participating exhibitors from 18 countries and attracted a total of 4,836 trade visitors over the course of 3 days.

Reserve your ideal booth location in MYANAUTO’16 now by contacting Ms Saw at saw@ambtarsus.com / +959 423697412 or Mr Ahmad at ahmad@ambtarsus.com / +603 40419889 for more information.

 

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