GIPAM announces the 3rd edition of Moroccan Automotive Technologies

GIPAM announces the 3rd edition of Moroccan Automotive Technologies
GIPAM announces the 3rd edition of Moroccan Automotive Technologies

This Wednesday, May 15, the Groupement Interprofessionnel de L’Automobile au Maroc (GIPAM) organized a launch conference to announce and present the third edition of the Moroccan Automotive Technologies (MAT) show. Scheduled from November 14 to 17, 2024, it will take place at the Casablanca Fairs and Exhibitions Office (OFEC).

The main orientations of the 2024 edition were presented by the President of GIPAM, Mohamed El Housni, the Commissioner of the MAT show, Aziz Dich, as well as the logistics and purchasing manager at COPIMA, Achraf El Housni. Under the theme “Change and revolution in the automotive repair and maintenance ecosystem“, the MAT show aims to be a catalyst for innovation and development for the Moroccan automotive industry.

Placed under the aegis of the Ministry of Trade and Industry, this event aims to bring together operators, manufacturers and distributors of products and equipment in the automotive after-sales ecosystem. It plans to showcase the latest technological advances, such as additive manufacturing, smart parts and vehicle connectivity, in order to stimulate sectoral progress and competitiveness. To do this, MAT 2024 will offer a complete program including conferences, workshops and practical demonstrations, thus offering diversified and enriching content to the 15,000 expected participants.

Furthermore, the show will allow exhibitors to highlight their products and visitors to stay up to date with the latest developments and developments in the sector, both in Morocco and internationally. Among these major developments, we observe a notable increase in the second-hand parts market, the emergence of new sectors, the rise of online sales, as well as the inevitable consideration of environmental issues.

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