Often called the Detroit of India, Chennai boast over 30% of India’s automotive industry and over 35% of India’s Automobile component industry. Chennai is an important port in India, it’s not hard to see why it is home to some of the biggest names in the automobile industry including Ashok Leyland, Renault – Nissan, BMW, Daimler, Ford, Hindustan Motors, Hyundai, TVS, Mitsubishi and TAFE tractors, besides several component, tyre companies and other companies close to Chennai including Volvo, Scania and Amaron Batteries.
The city is increasingly known for its automotive research which has found new focus especially in areas of energy efficiency, emission control, driver assistance, safety, embedded systems, and creation of disposable chains.
With highly favourable governmental policies, both at the state and central level, Chennai has been a fertile ground for automobile industry and has seen several behemoths grow exponentially.
Chennai Trade Center is a state of the art exhibition complex at Nandambakkam, Chennai. Spread across 11,000 sq.mts, the complex houses 3halls that are interconnected with no intermittent pillar or columns, so as to house large machinery and automobiles. The complex is centrally located and is extremely accessible to key locations in the city.