With incresing demand for automotive parts and chips, the spotlight will be on AMPA this April 14-17. Along with a physical trade show, the first-ever virtual AMPA Online will be held from April 7 to May 6, providing an avenue for global exhibitors to further expand their business.

Among the over 400 exhibitors include Tesla suppliers Taya Electric, Fukuta Electric, and K.S. Terminals, as well as PTT Oil (Thailand’s national petroleum provider), Mahle, Texas Instruments, Protec, to name a few.

Last year, AMPA held an online version of the exhibition, with over 10,000 viewers and 48,000 views on live streaming forums and various media content, with exhibitors showcasing their products from a unique perspective.

It also allowed exhibitors to showcase their daily operations with behind-the-scenes access. Among the viewers include those from major automotive markets such as USA, Japan, Korea, as well as emerging markets in Southeast Asia and Eastern Europe. In addition, over 7,700 viewers tuned in from Taiwan; gaining valuable insight, as well as interacting with international participants in virtual events.

This year’s AMPA Online will bring virtual booths, online product catalogues and live chats. AMPA Online will give exhibitors an extra month to promote their products and services, as well as interact with the in-person show buyers during the April 14-17 timeframe, guaranteeing exposure on both ends.

Interested exhibitors can visit the AMPA Online website and fill out an application form by March 31 and be a part of this fast-growing event, or visit the AMPA website for more information.