Automechanika Kuala Lumpur 2023

Automechanika Kuala Lumpur

Transformation is circulating Malaysia’s automotive market ahead of Automechanika Kuala Lumpur 2023.

Auitomechanika Kuala Lumpur 2023 Aims to Raise Local Supply Chain's Profile

Between 16th and 18th March at Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre, players can explore a gathering of opportunities from the upswing of electrification and digitalisation gaining ground in the supply chain. 

Industrial innovation

With global trends doubling down on electromobility and connectivity, many international automotive markets are looking to leverage opportunities from the promise of Asia’s supply chain. From this viewpoint, Malaysia is a key nation in the region undergoing a significant transformation, with the Government working to stimulate industrial advancement from the National Automotive Policy 20201 and National Policy on Industry 4.02. 

As innovation filters into every corner of the industry, it is important that Automechanika Kuala Lumpur 2023 raises the profile of the local supply chain. The fair will go the extra mile to spotlight prospects in electric vehicles, the Internet of Things (IoT) and services and maintenance at dedicated areas across the exhibition floor. To illustrate, the electric vehicle area will showcase developments in charging solutions and infrastructure, battery technologies, management systems, automation and, mobility. The Hong Kong E-vehicles Business General Association and Asia Pacific Connected Vehicles Industry Association (endorsed by the Hong Kong Productivity Council and Trade, and Industrial Organisation Support Fund) will also host a pavilion in views of developing the electric vehicle market around Southeast Asia. 

Other highlights include auto parts, manufacturing, accessories and customising, repair and diagnostics, digitalisation, and logistics.

New business models

Looking to embrace the future automotive landscape, many Malaysian companies are pursuing new solutions to improve operational efficiency and performance. The show is set to address this need in the market by highlighting how participation from international players in the domestic supply chain can equally benefit local operators. Examples like Geely’s pre-emptive acquisition of Proton shares to leverage production and distribution channels demonstrate the keen interest of overseas investors operating through Malaysia to penetrate the ASEAN market.

During the show, companies will reveal the latest enabling technologies, software, smart manufacturing solutions and data management systems that have the ability to enhance the country’s competitiveness in the global supply chain. TechAlliance is one such exhibitor bringing their aftermarket data solutions to the show.

Talent development

Once again, Automechanika Kuala Lumpur will offer some 15 events to elaborate on opportunities as well as challenges surrounding the country’s overall advancement. A key topic at the forefront of industry discussion is how to build a workforce that can handle new technologies, business models, and consumer preferences. 

Therefore, the Automotive Manufacturing and Transformation Conference will relate to developing local manpower by introducing the latest know-how and best practices about innovation and smart solutions. Discussions aim to reveal how companies can increase competitiveness and productivity by utilising robotics, IoT, AI technology and more.

In addition, with more vehicles on the road, the Collision Repair Training Workshop will address skills advancement in after-sales services. The workshop will guide participants through hands-on demonstrations and theoretical discussions. Sessions will cover the most up-to-date industry know-how related to electric vehicle inspection, maintenance, ADAS systems, advanced materials, and body repair, to name a few. Those that attend will receive an accredited certification to endorse their service centre or workshop upon completing the two-day course.

The Digitalisation and Electrification Conference will also explore new mobility concepts and sustainability in the industry. A panel of experts will delve into the latest digital solutions, trends and developments to reduce carbon output while increasing production capabilities and efficiency. This includes the integration of renewable energies and systems, lightweight materials, battery charging and infrastructure, and fleet and logistics management. Topics will also touch on skills and workforce development to cope with new energy vehicles.

Other value-added activities during the three-day show include the Fleet Management Conference, AutoFest@KL, AutoNITZ Party and Match Up, to name a few.

2023年 Automechanika Kuala Lumpur 展

 

马来西亚的汽车产业正在升级转型,在政府多重利好政策的加持及企业的配合发展下,积极地在国际上建立更大的影响力。

2023 年吉隆坡国际汽车零配件、维修检测诊断设备及服务用品展览会(Automechanika
Kuala Lumpur)将于明年3 月16 至18 日在吉隆坡会议中心举行,入场观众可探索汽车产业链电气化及数字化进程所带来的机遇。

产业创新

随着电动汽车及车联网成为全球趋势,国际汽车市场正积极从亚洲供应链中进行采购,甚至作出投资,以把握更大机遇。其中,马来西亚在亚洲地区担当着重要角色,特別是该国政府近年致力开展2020 国家汽车政策1及国家工业4.0 政策2,加快推动汽车产业升级转型。


创新已渗透汽车业的每个环节,对于Automechanika Kuala Lumpur 2023而言,助力提高本地供应链形象至关重要。展会的产品专区将聚焦电动车、物联网、维修及养护领域的发展前景,其中电动车专区将展示充电解决方案及基础设施、电池技术、管理系统、自动化和出行技术方面的发展。香港电动车业总商会及亚太智能网联汽车产业协会有限公司(受香港
生产力促进局及工商机构支援基金认可)也将携手组织中国香港展团,带领多家香港企业探索东南亚电动车市场。

展会其他亮点内容包括:汽车部件、制造、用品及改装、修理及诊断、数字化及物流。

全新商业模式

许多马来西亚公司正寻求提高运营效率及表现的解决方案,以更好地应对汽车产业的未来布局。本届展会将探讨透过国际企业投资本地供应链,助力本土运营商提升效益的商业模式。例如中国吉利汽车已抢先入股马来西亚宝腾汽车,升级了其生产和分销渠道。这也反映了海外投资者对通过展开马来西亚业务,从而打入东盟市场的浓厚兴趣。

2023 年展会期间,现场参展商将带来前沿技术、软件、智能制造解决方案及数据管理系统,助力增强马来西亚在全球供应链中的竞争力。其中,TechAlliance 是来自后市场信息技术领域的展商之一。

人才发展

Automechanika Kuala Lumpur 将再次举办约15 场同期活动,阐述马来西亚推动汽车产业所带来的机遇及挑战。热点话题包括在劳动人口中培养熟悉高新技术、应对最新商业及消费模式的人才。

其中,汽车制造及转型升级会议将介绍各项创新及智能解决方案的相关技能知识及实践案例,讨论本地劳动力发展,并探讨企业如何利用机器人技术、物联网、人工智能等科技来提升竞争力和生产力。

此外,因应汽车保有量上升,汽车碰撞修复培训班将再度回归。为期两天的培训班将通过现场演示及理论讨论,传授电动汽车检测与修理、先进驾驶辅助系统、高新材料处理及车身修复等行业前沿知识,以提升后市场的服务水平。参与者完成两天课程后将获发参与证书。

汽车数字化及电汽化研讨会也将探索行业的全新出行概念及可持续发展。多名行业专家会阐述最新的数字解决方案、趋势和发展,以减少碳排放,并提高生产力及效率。研讨会内容涵盖可再生能源及系统、轻质材料、电池充电及基础设施、车队及物流管理等。同时,研讨会还将针对新能源汽车的技术及劳动力发展进行深入讨论。

为期三天的展会也将带来其他为参加各方赋能增值的同期活动,包括车队管理会议、AutoFest@KL、AutoNITZ 交流派对及“Match Up” 全年商贸配对服务。

 

About the author

Mary has over 20 years experience as the editor of our Malaysian sister magazine, The Tyreman. Based in Kuala Lumpur, she writes articles for us on the Malaysian and other South East Asian markets.

Phone: (60) 3 7781 1323

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