SIXTH MOTOR SHOW 2013
The making of the International Motor Show in “La Rural, Predio Ferial” of Buenos Aires, was a sign of commitment and vocation that the automotive sector has to continue being one of the main actors in the economic development of the country –both in the industrial and commercial level-and to respond to the demand of their clients with the constant renew of the products and versions offered in the Argentine market.
The 6th Motor Show took place from June 19 to June 30 and surpassed the record of 2011 when it successfully entered in the select club of the ten most prestigious international events of the sector. All the member brands of ADEFA participated (manufacturers of cars, light commercial vehicles, heavy goods vehicles, buses), importers and suppliers of equipment and services, all of them with the latest news.
In this edition the International Motor Show added the Red Pavilion, which raised the total surface of exhibition to 45,520 m². It also took place in the blue, green, yellow and ochre pavilion, in addition to the outdoor sectors. Organized by ADEFA and AMC Promociones, brought in eleven (11) days the following results:
Total of visitors: 564,706
Accredited press: 2,507
Visit Off Road track: 16,232
Road Education Track ADEFA: 4,700
Children in daycare: 3,206
Displayed vehicles: 369
Gross area pavilions: 37,520 sq m
Net area stands: 24,702 sq m
Facebook followers: 85,000
Twitter followers: 6,456
The seminar “The challenges from the development of the production chains and their potential growth in the next years” (28/6), focused on the problem of infrastructure and logistics, key issues for the development and expansion of the sector, cost improvements and time reduction. The same received the support and vision of outstanding professionals and it was opened by the minister of Industry, Débora Giorgi.
Speakers and panels.
Local diagnosis – “The current Logistics and infrastructure focusing on the different structures”: ports, rail and road. Analysis of issues needs and challenges. How an efficient handling of logistics influences on the competitiveness and the growth of production and foreign trade.
Exhibitor: Antonio Zuidwijk, expert on ports and intermodal transport.