The 22nd AUTOEXPO 2019 - International Trade Expo on Automotives, Spare parts, Accessories and Transportation is the largest trade event held annually in Tanzania. The exhibition attracts exhibitors from more than 28 countries and visitors from all over East and Central Africa, thus giving exhibitors an excellent opportunity to explore several countries in one time.
Over the past few years, Tanzania has emerged as a major regional trade centre. This is mainly due to the very friendly and business-like atmosphere it offers to foreign investors and products. Duties are considerably low and re-exports to neighboring countries are either very low or exempted. Come, be a part of progress in Africa!
With as much as 100+ exhibitors spread out over a 5,000 square mts. of exhibition space, the 22nd edition of AUTOEXPO AFRICA offers a nearly 60% increase in size from last year. More than 100+ exhibitors will be comfortably accommodated at the venue with a special showcase of the open display of machinery.
The Automotive industry is a sector of the economy that transforms various resources into constructed physical economic and social infrastructure necessary for socio-economic development. The Tanzania Automotive and Spare Parts industry continues to be the most exciting and developing sectors in the economy of the country, attracting thousands of investors.
22nd AutoExpo Tanzania 2019, organized by Expo Group.
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