The Automotive Component Manufacturers Association of India (ACMA), the apex body of the Indian auto component industry today, concluded its eighth edition of the ‘iAutoConnect’, a reverse buyers & sellers meet.

The two-day exhibition was held on November 22-23rd, at the India International Convention and Exhibition Centre (IICC) Dwarka, New Delhi. The event was inaugurated by the Chief Guest; Dr. Hanif Qureshi, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Heavy Industries, along with  Sachin Kulkarni, Executive Director, Volkswagen Group, India, Ramashankar Pandey, CEO, Tata Green Battery, Shradha Suri Marwah, President, ACMA India & MD, Subros and Vinnie Mehta, Director General, ACMA India,

ACMA’s annual property, iAutoConnect, has become a hallmark event that fosters innovation, collaboration, and knowledge sharing among industry leaders, manufacturers, and technology experts. As the automotive landscape continues to evolve, this edition of iAutoConnect went on to explore the latest trends, technological advancements, and sustainable solutions that are driving the industry forward.

The international presence at the event was notable, with companies from various countries participating, including Taiwan, Brazil, Russia, Sweden, Ghana, Nigeria, Yemen, Bangladesh, Bhutan, and many more. Representatives from Sweden, such as the Leax Group, contributed to the global exchange of ideas. Additionally, the event featured the participation of Russian OEMs like AutoVAZ and KAMAZ, highlighting the diverse and international scope of iAutoConnect.

On the occasion,  Shradha Suri Marwah, President, ACMA said, “The iAutoConnect, amidst the transformative phase of the automotive industry, showcased the prowess of Indian auto component players. Beyond its role in sharing insights and defining the future of mobility, the event plays a crucial role in fostering international relationships. Recognizing the significance of engaging with global buyers & sellers, iAutoConnect serves as a key platform for industry leaders worldwide, facilitating collaboration and enhancing global cooperation within the dynamic automotive landscape. This international engagement is essential for navigating challenges and leveraging opportunities in the evolving auto component industry.”

Expressing satisfaction on the success of the event, Vinnie Mehta, Director General, ACMA said: “With the 8th edition of iAutoConnect, ACMA provided a dynamic platform to buyers & sellers across the globe to showcase the latest automotive advancements while fostering collaboration among industry leaders. This event played a pivotal role in strengthening the foundation for Indian auto component manufacturers, advocating for global quality standards, fostering innovation, and promoting export collaboration. India’s emergence as a manufacturing hub was underscored, as local players effectively converged at iAutoConnect, elevating the auto component market, and emphasizing the nation’s commitment to excellence in the global automotive arena.”


The 8th edition of iAutoConnect 2023 served as a prime platform for ACMA member companies to spotlight their product offerings and manufacturing prowess, amplifying global component exports. With the participation of more than 140+ Indian auto-component manufacturers and over 150+ international buyers spanning 45+ countries across LATAM, ASEAN, Middle East, Africa, SAARC, CIS, Europe, and beyond, the event fostered extensive connections and showcased the industry’s reach on a global scale.



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