Following the highly successful show last year and with record exhibitor numbers already booked for 2015, you can expect to see more technologies for automotive interiors on show in Stuttgart this June than ever before.
Automotive Interiors Expo exhibitors represent the A-Z of car interiors, with our exhibitors' products being found in vehicles from just about every car manufacturer you can name, from Ferrari, Maserati, McLaren and Porsche through to GM, Volkswagen, Jaguar, BMW, Kia Toyota and Chery, to name just a few! Speciality finishes are a strong theme of the expo, with companies offering plastic compounding and master-batching, metalised plastics and chrome-look plastics, with others presenting hot foil stamping, film insert moulding and styrenic finishes. You'll find a wide range of fabrics, acoustical materials, shape-forming materials and foams, fasteners and adhesive systems, lighting and more! The show is a must-visit for Tier 1 and Tier 2 suppliers as well as for interior design teams from car manufacturers wanting to keep up with the rapidly changing world of materials, finishes and technologies that contribute to 'touch and feel'.
A quick scroll through the exhibitor list illustrates the extent and variety of products on show, which are now starting to make Automotive Interiors
Expo uniquely valuable to interiors designers and interiors components
makers in search of new finishes, new materials and new coatings among other types of products.
The show is of equal significance to design teams and procurement people, and is full of things to see whether you are working as an interior designer or, just as importantly, as a Tier 1 or 2 component manufacturer. This is the solutions show with a tremendous number of innovative products to see!
Once again, the FREE-TO-ATTEND Interiors Innovation & Design Forum will have a series of presentations that will discuss future styling trends and technical innovations from industry OEMs, Tier 1 and Tier 2 manufacturers, suppliers, research institutions and styling houses.
|Tuesday 16 June||10.00 - 17.00|
|Wednesday 17 June||10.00 - 17.00|
|Thursday 18 June||10.00 - 15.00|