GSP In Automechanika Frankfurt 2022

With over 234 exhibitors and 4,000 sq meters of exhibition booths, September 13th marked the official opening of Automechanika Frankfurt 2022. The exhibition draws industry professionals from all over the world and focuses on the most recent innovations and trends in the automotive sector, including automotive systems, parts, and electronics, as well as maintenance and after-sales support.

GSP In Automechanika Frankfurt 2022

As a full-service provider and leading manufacturer that specializes in offering the entire value chain of automobile chassis system parts, GSP presented its latest products and professional services at Booth Hall 3.0, E16. Under the circumstances of a worldwide pandemic, GSP still participated in various international auto parts exhibitions across the world by relying on the benefits of local team operations. It has been a long time since we have been able to meet in person. Our team was excited to be reunited with other GSP Divisions as well as partners from all over the world.

GSP In Automechanika Frankfurt 2022

The exhibition's primary area of focus is new energy vehicle (EV) technology, which is also a key component of GSP's new parts strategy. Following the signing of a strategic cooperation agreement between GSP and SINOMACH in 2021, the two parties began close collaboration to focus on the area of motor bearings for new energy vehicles. GSP has strategic partnerships with the head of the new energy vehicle production company. We have completed the entire vehicle supporting business collaboration with SERES and WM Motor. GSP intends to offer more high-quality and cutting-edge new energy vehicle parts and accessories to global partners as a commitment to our first to market strategy.


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