Taipei AMPA 2022 Show Offers Physical, Digital Attendance Options

Opportunities abound for the global aftermarket and automotive electronics industries.

The 2022 Taipei International Automobile & Motorcycle Parts & Accessories Show (AMPA) organizers announced the event will take place from April 20-23 at Taipei Nangang Exhibition Hall 1, with an online show — called AMPA Digital GO — that will run from April 11-24 on www.ampaonline.com.tw.

Manufacturers of automotive parts and accessories, car lighting, electric vehicle (EV) and Internet of Vehicle (IoV) peripherals are all signed up for 2022 Taipei AMPA hybrid show, according to show officials.

The global automotive aftermarket was expected to reach $390 billion USD in 2021, and the industrial output in Taiwan also had a 5% annual increase, noted Taipei AMPA Senior Manager Sinny Chang. “We can see there is still a high demand from the industry,” she said.

Latest C.A.S.E Trends Only at 2022 Taipei AMPA

To focus on C.A.S.E. trends (Connected, Autonomous, Shared and Electric), Taipei AMPA 2022 will consolidate IoV, EV, 5G and C-V2X manufacturers as highlights of the show, displaying the future of the automotive industry transformation. Each year, AMPA attracts custom suppliers like Tesla, Rivian, Lucid and Fisker, show officials say.

AMPA Digital Go: The Dealmaker Online Show

Since AMPA launched an online version in 2021, it has become the first international automotive trade fair for which both physical and virtual shows are conducted. For 2022, Taipei AMPA offers an innovative concept of the online show: 2022 AMPA Digital Go.

AMPA Digital Go is a platform that not only connects exhibitors and buyers but also plans an intensive digital marketing package to elevate the effectiveness of the online show. This upgraded AMPA Digital Go system will empower the exhibitors through multi-function marketing videos and introductions, delivering a better display for buyers to get deals done, say show officials.

For more information, visit www.taipeiampa.com.tw/en/.

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