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China, the business hub for the automotive aftermarket
• In 2013, the sales volume of cars in China reached 21.9841 million units, up 13.89% year on year compared with 2.72% in 2011 and 4.15% in 2012.
• There is a higher gross margin in automotive aftermarket, and dealers are actively contributing to the accelerated growth of the aftermarket.
• In 2013, China’s revenue in the auto after-sales service sector accounted for 12% of the market, but it had a larger contribution to gross profit (above 45%).

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Aaitf2015 automotive aftermarket industry and tuning; china, shenzhen

  1. 1. Why China? China is the second largest global economy and spending power is at an all- time high. Chinese citizens are seeing a steady increase in disposable income year on year reaching a peak in December 2012 (Trading Economics, Retrieved April 2013). Shenzhen itself is one of mainland China’s leading commercial and manufacturing regions with excellent links to the rest of China, Hong Kong and South East Asia. The aftermarket is booming In China FACT: The Chinese Aftermarket industry will grow 18.3% throughout 2014. FACT : In 2009 China overtook the USA as the largest Aftermarket industry, it’s still growing up to 20% yoy. FACT: In 2012 the aftermarket industry was worth $33.9 billion, in 2015 it’s expected to double and generate sales of over $60 billion. A growth market • In 2013, the sales volume of cars in China reached 21.9841 million units, up 13.89% year on year compared with 2.72% in 2011 and 4.15% in 2012. • There is a higher gross margin in automotive aftermarket, and dealers are actively contributing to the accelerated growth of the aftermarket. • In 2013, China’s revenue in the auto after-sales service sector accounted for 12% of the market, but it had a larger contribution to gross profit (above 45%). China, the business hub for the automotive aftermarket
  2. 2. AAITF 2015 A world class trade fair for your automotive aftermarket business AAITF is one of the world’s largest and most influential automotive aftermarket events. Strategically located in Shenzhen, a recognised manufacturing and trading hub with excellent links to the rest of China, Hong Kong and South East Asia. Why AAITF? No other automotive aftermarket show can give you access to: THE TOP 500Chinese automobile appliance companies 3,579EXHIBITORS WITH OVER 220,000SQM of show space With a combined spend of $25.2 BILLION More than 20,000 NEW PRODUCTS
  3. 3. Key highlights of AAITF included: • AAITF 2015 Auto Accessories Conference for China Auto 4S Shops with specially invited leading industry speakers • Conference for the Aluminium Alloy wheel industry • One to One matching programme for exhibitors and their target buyers • China Top Auto Aftermarket Dealers’ Annual meeting • China in-vehicle information industry conference • China International Auto Audio Modification Competition • The National Federation of Automobile Motorcycle Parts Industry Association Work Conference and Committee • The inaugral meeting of the China Automotive Industry Sales Branch, China Auto Dealers Chamber of Commerce • AAITF Awards Ceremony Investment in top class show features including conference, workshops, competitions, seminars and awards to attract the very best buyers.
  4. 4. • Pang Da Automobile Trade Co.Ltd. • China Grand Auto • Zhongsheng Group • Guangdong Materials Group Corporation • Kailong Auto • Xianglong Borui Auto Service • China Ekingo • LITED Group • China Zhengtong Auto Service • Runhua Group • Zhejiang Jinchang Auto • Rundong Group • Peng Feng Group • Better Life Group • Shanghai Volkswagen • Chery Automobile • Beijing Hyundai • FAW Xiali • FAW Toyota • Guangzhou Honda • Dongfeng Peugeot-Citroen Automobile • Zhejiang Geely • Dongfeng Nissan • Changan Ford Exhibit at AAITF and meet a unique audience of professional buyers including: The leading 4S store dealer groups: Automotive manufacturers: Who Visits? Retailers 78% Asia 77% Europe 16% Africa 2% South America 1% North America 2% Oceania 2% Domestic buyers Overseas buyers OEMS 1% Others 3% Auto 4S Shops 10% Agencies 8%
  5. 5. AAITF is the barometer of the China automobile appliance industry, it’s where the industry comes together. It is the ultimate platform for your business. Join the leading automotive aftermarket companies Across seven key sectors AAITF product categories consist of: • Car Audio & Visual Products – CD/DVD, speakers etc. • Car Electronic Products – Locking and anti-theft devices, radar etc. • Car Modification Products – Graphics, wheels/tyres, body kits etc. • Car Decoration Products – Seat covers, lighting etc. • Car Care & Beauty Products – Polishes, engine oils, coolants etc. • Auto Parts – Brake discs, filters, clutches, exhausts etc. Who should exhibit? Total exhibitors: 3579 Auto Accessories 25% Auto Lights 6% Auto Electronics 25% Anti-blast Film 3% Auto Care & Beauty 9% Auto Modification 9% Auto Parts 4% Auto Multimedia 14% Auto Audio 5%
  6. 6. Key exhibitors include: Testimonials “Two months after AAITF, our company still obtains plenty of new orders from the buyers who attended the exhibition.” Mr Tong-Cai Cai, Vice President of Road Rover Technology Company Ltd. “We are highly impressed by the wide array of aftermarket auto accessories on display. The show is irreplaceable; by chatting face-to-face with exhibitors we get a unique understanding of the wide range of products on offer and the technical specifications through product demonstrations.” Gulshan Ahuja, Secretary General, Federation of Automobile Dealers Association, India “We launched a series of new products at AAITF and the show helped us to break our sales record again. With 20 year’s industrial experience, AAITF has built an effective platform between suppliers and 4S stores / groups.” Ms Feng-Zi Liu, General Manager of Shanghai Astrace Window Films Co. Ltd “I am visiting AAITF for the first time and am looking to source good quality products for domestic suppliers. I’ve found what I need and have also been exploring different business opportunities. The show gathers all the suppliers together under one roof making it easier and more cost effective for me to find what I need. Frederico Zapponi, Purchasing Manager, Brazil
  7. 7. AAITF Committee Guangzhou Headquarter Tel: +86 20 3821 9963 Email: info@aaitf.org A world class venue for a world class show. Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center is one of the most modern exhibition centre in Asia. Conveniently located in Shenzhen a recognised Contact us now : A Indones Floorplan manufacturing and trading hub with superb links to the rest of China.
  8. 8. A globally renowned company Tarsus is an international business-to-business media group with interests in exhibitions, conferences, publishing and online media. Since its inception in 1998 with one key brand and a turnover of £4.8 million, the Group has grown substantially and now operates in thirteen key sectors – with over eighty events and websites, twenty-five publications, and an annualised turnover of over £50 million. Tarsus is operational worldwide with over 180 staff in offices in Dublin, London, Paris, Milwaukee, Boca Raton (Florida), Peterborough (New Hampshire), Dubai, Shanghai and New Delhi, and over 60 staff in Central and Western China through a joint venture with Hubei Hope Exhibition Company Ltd. Emerging Markets Tarsus has leveraged its strengths in developed markets to construct a portfolio in emerging markets both through acquisition and replication. Tarsus now generates 38% of its revenues from these markets and has a strong local presence in Dubai and China and Turkey, and continues to build its presence in India and South America. About the organisers Jiuzhou Media Group is a highly regarded media company operating for more than a decade in the Chinese automotive sector. Jiuzhou launched AAITF ten years ago, and also publishes a number of industry magazines including Auto Audio Technology, Auto Power Modification, Auto Electronic, and Auto Decoration. In addition, Jiuzhou owns two of the automotive industry’s most popular online portals. With a total of 150 staff in their Guangzhou headquarters, Jiuzhou are the market leading media company for the automotive aftermarket industry. Contact Us Victor Shen AAITF Projects Manager Tel: +86 20 3821 9963 Mob: +86 137 5184 9991 victor@aaitf.org Michael Hodge Sales Manager Tel:+44 (0) 20 8846 2736 Mob: +44 (0) 7988 956427 Email:Michael.hodge@aaitf.com Tarsus Group Ltd Metro Building 1 Butterwick London, W6 8DL UK Tarsus Group LtdJiuzhou Tarsus Co.,Ltd Unit A,XCJ Mansion Metro Building 1 Butterwick1 Butterwick1 Butterwick Tiyu West Rd Guangzhou, China Email:
  9. 9. China International Automotive Aftermarket and Tuning Trade Fair Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center Shenzhen, China Organised by Organised by 16-18 January 2015 www.aaitf.org The 11th (AAITF) 2015

China, the business hub for the automotive aftermarket • In 2013, the sales volume of cars in China reached 21.9841 million units, up 13.89% year on year compared with 2.72% in 2011 and 4.15% in 2012. • There is a higher gross margin in automotive aftermarket, and dealers are actively contributing to the accelerated growth of the aftermarket. • In 2013, China’s revenue in the auto after-sales service sector accounted for 12% of the market, but it had a larger contribution to gross profit (above 45%).

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