CEMS-Global USA’s ‘Sri Lanka International Auto Show 2014’ from 15 June at SLECC
Friday, 13 June 2014 00:00
CEMS-Global – Conference & Exhibition Management Services Ltd. – USA in association with CEMS Lanka will be organising its first-ever ‘Sri Lanka International Auto Show 2014,’ a professional international auto show for the automotive world of Sri Lanka, from 13 to 15 June at the Sri Lanka Exhibition & Convention Centre, Colombo 10.
Since its inception in 1992, CEMS-Global, in this span of over 22 years has made a commendable presence in South and South-East Asia as a multinational exhibition organiser with operations in seven countries and organising over 40 exhibitions in six countries per annum on all important sectors of the trade and economy.
The ‘Sri Lanka International Auto Show 2014’ will be a glittering showcase of the Sri Lankan and world automobile and auto-component industry. It will reveal to the country the rapid developments in the industry and will also be a launching-pad for latest vehicles as well as new technology components.
Leading vehicle importers and dealers along with leasing companies, lubricant companies and automotive component manufacturers and suppliers from Sri Lanka and abroad are also showcasing their products in this mega show set to open its doors on 13 June.
With the country growing a strong middle-class segment, the rise in sales of motor vehicles has surged to newer heights in Sri Lanka, which is one of a strong South-Asian nation with its booming economy. The ‘Sri Lanka International Auto Show’ will be a platform for launching of new vehicle models and will be a glittering showcase of the world automobile and auto-component industry.
The aim of the show is to provide a perfect platform for the automotive industry of Sri Lanka to aware the consumers of the new products being offered to them as well as enhance trade in the automotive components sector.
The show will be open for trade and public visitors from 13 to 15 June from 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. daily and unlike other shows in Sri Lanka. Entry is free.