On July 13th, 2018, the four-day long Tehran International Auto Parts & Aftermarket Exhibition and China Auto Parts (Iran) Brand Exhibition (Iran Auto Parts & Brand Exhibition) held at the Shahr Aftab International Exhibition Center, came to a successful conclusion. The exhibition covered a total area of 10,000 square meters, of which, the exhibition area for Chinese companies and organizations was 5,000 square meters. Over 200 automobile, auto parts and after-market related enterprises from China, Iran, Turkey and other countries and regions participated in the exhibition. Over 4,000 industry representatives, professional visitors, and buyer groups from China, Iran, France, Afghanistan and other countries and regions attended the exhibition and negotiated deals. Iran Association of Auto Parts Manufacturers, Teheran Automobile and Machine Parts Dealership Association, and buyer groups from Afghanistan, France and other countries and regions visited the exhibition and conducted in-depth exchanges and negotiated purchase orders with the exhibitors.
Several forums such as “Opportunities and Challenges for the Development of Auto Enterprises in Iran in the Current Situation” and “Chinese Enterprises Entering the Iran Exchange Forum”, were held concurrently during the exhibition. The forums provided valuable information and laid a strong foundation for the future development of Chinese auto and parts enterprises in Iran, as well as provided an impetus for enterprises of the two countries to establish partnerships and conduct further cooperation.
The Iran Auto Parts & Brand Exhibition is not only a professional exhibition and exchange platform for Chinese auto and parts enterprises, but is also an important medium for Chinese automotive enterprises to explore the Iranian market under the present international situation. It is of immense significance for robust development of economic and trade relations between China and Iran.
Mainstream media including China Radio International (Persian channel), Xinhua News Agency, Iran Newspaper and Phoenix Satellite Television, Islamic Republic News Agency in China and Iran provided extensive coverage of the exhibition.