Automechanika Shanghai 2022 Postponed

Automechanika Shanghai 2022 Postponed

Originally scheduled for Dec. 20-23, the show has been postponed due to pandemic prevention measures across China. 

The Automechanika Shanghai – Shenzhen Edition organizers announced they have postponed the show, originally scheduled for December 20-23, 2022, while prevention measures related to the pandemic consolidate across the country. The decision comes as a means to secure a stronger onsite participation in order to generate more valuable experiences for exhibitors and visitors alike. New arrangements for the 17th edition of the show will be announced at a later date. 

“We need to balance the wellbeing of those traveling to the show and the industry’s expectations for in-person business encounters. Our priority is to create the right conditions to stimulate trade for the long-term and sustainable development of the automotive industry. Therefore, after discussing with stakeholders, we agree that holding the show at a later date will produce more fruitful results for the local and overseas automotive community,” said Fiona Chiew, deputy general manager of Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd

“On behalf of the organizers, I would like to thank all our customers for their support and understanding. We are consulting with a number of parties on a new timeslot in the trade fair calendar, which we will communicate to the industry promptly. I look forward to welcoming everyone back to Automechanika Shanghai soon,” said Li Zhang, general manager of China National Machinery Industry International Co., Ltd.

To maintain market momentum into the New Year, Automechanika Shanghai organizers will keep AMS Live open until January 10, 2023. The platform supports business expansion into various markets around the world where buyers and suppliers can connect and explore new potential partnerships. 

To access AMS Live, visit:

For more information about Messe Frankfurt (HK) Ltd., call + 852 2802 7728, visit or email [email protected].

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