Bangladesh’s Largest Automotive Show: CEMS Global Takes the Wheel of Automation to New Speeds

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CEMS Global – Conference & Exhibition Management Services Ltd, is presenting the ‘13th Dhaka Motor Show’, ‘4th Dhaka Bike Show, ‘3rd Dhaka Auto Parts Show’ and ‘2nd Dhaka Commercial Automotive Show’ from 22-24 March 2018 at International Convention City Bashundhara (ICCB) in Kuril, Dhaka.
This is the biggest and only International Exhibition on Automotive, Commercial Vehicle, Bike & Auto Parts sector in Bangladesh. This will be a one-stop single platform to showcase the latest developments and emerging technology for the automobile industry. This event will promote the Bangladeshi & world automobile and auto-component industry which will reveal the country’s rapid developments in this industry and will also be a launching platform for many new vehicles as well as new technology components.
Renowned and leading Car/Motorcycle distributors & dealers along with Lubricant Companies, Battery & CNG Conversion Companies and Automotive Component Manufacturers & Importers from Japan, France, Korea, China, USA, Italy, Vietnam, UAE, India, Bangladesh & many more, will be showcasing their products in over 620 booths from 16 countries across five halls. CEMS Global has received a huge response from the exhibitors for the motor show and has seen a good increase in a number of participants compared to previous years, along with the addition of numerous offers & discounts from exhibitors.
CEMS Global has been proudly organizing exhibitions and is celebrating 25 years of inception in the year 2017. Since its inception in 1992, CEMS Global in this span of over 25 years has made a commendable presence in South & South-East Asia, South America as a Multinational Exhibition Organizer with operations in 7 countries & organizing over 40 exhibitions per annum on all important sectors of the trade and economy. Based in New York, which hosts the group’s headquarters; the branches of CEMS Global’s expanded offices are operated in the following countries: India, China, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, and Brazil.
SUZUKI Motors is the Platinum Sponsor of ‘4th Dhaka Bike Show 2018’, Energypac is the Platinum Sponsor of ‘2nd Dhaka Commercial Automotive Show’. Bike BD is the online media partner of ‘4th Dhaka Bike Show 2018’; BD Motor Cyclist is the community partner for ‘4th Dhaka Bike Show’; ‘Concord Entertainment Co. Ltd.’ is the entertainment partner, ‘Bikroy.com’ is the online partner and ‘Ryans Archives Ltd’ is the media monitoring partner for all the exhibitions.
The Exhibition’s broadcast partner: Independent TV; Radio partner: Spice FM; Media partners are The Daily Star – Shift & The Daily Shomokal; Magazine partner is ICE Business Times; Automotive Blogging Partner is Auto Rebellion; Creative Partner is Market Edge Ltd.; IT Partner is Aamar Tech and Hospitality partner is At Earth Ltd.
The show will be open to trade & public visitors from 10:30 AM to 8:30 PM every day from 22-24 March 2018 at International Convention City Bashundhara in Kuril, Dhaka. For more information, please visit us at www.cemsonline.com.

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