The "bottleneck" of the Automotive market


2022 should have been the year of rebirth after Covid-19 and a new outlook on future.
In Europe, investments allocated thanks to
NextGen EU project, about 750 billion €, are generating relevant changes in all fields: sustainability, digitalisation, health systems, learning and training and equality.

In this background, expected to be of full recovery, the unexpected geopolitical situation created acondition of unrest and unsecurity, not only for global markets, but also for business strategies.
Automotive sector, according to a Deloitte Survey, is now facing a “bottleneck”, due to demand overwhelming supply. The underlying status was triggered by downturn in retrieving resources and materials in the areas affected by actual fight. Shortage of nickel, palladium, neon, electrical wiring together with higher energy prices, create a substantial barrier in automotive supply chain, delaying international business.
Being the theme in the spotlight, the best stage for deepening automotive situation is Automechanika trade fair in Frankfurt, from 13th to 17th September.
This occasion is essential for keeping up the pace of automotive market and requests: Emiliana Serbatoi will be present, at stand F27, hall 8, with its best seller and a wide range of products.

Attend Automechanika is a concrete occasion to see first-hand market changes and supply chain evolution, now affected by geopolitical events.
This exhibition represents a starting point for all Italian companies involved in automotive industry, in order to strengthen Made in Italy empowerment.

Automechanika will be enriched by Automechanika Innovation Awards, where an international experts jury will be called to award best examples for Electromobility, Data & Connectivity, Workshop & Service Solutions, Parts & Technology Solutions, Body & Paint, Car wash & Care, Accessories & Customizing and Commercial Vehicles.
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