NADA Auto Show-2017 kicks off, 41 brands showcasing their products

Kathmandu: NADA Auto Show-2017, a premier event on automobile, spare parts and accessories kicked off at Bhrikutimandap Exhibition Centre from Tuesday.

NADA Automobiles Association of Nepal and Global Exposition and Management Services Pvt. Ltd jointly organised the mega event show aiming to attract all the auto enthusiasts.

The Auto Show was inaugurated by Minister for Physical Planning and Transport Bir Bahadur Balayar.

The six-day exhibition will showcase the latest vehicles and accessories of 91 companies from different countries. In a total of 130 stalls, 16 brands of 4-wheelers, 19 brands of 2 wheelers and 6 brands of heavy commercials will showcase in the expo.

The annual event is organised with an aim of developing and promoting the automobiles business in the country.

President of NADA Automobiles Association Anjan Shrestha asked the government to pay due attention for the development of automobile sectors as it has been contributing around 20 per cent of the revenue generation to the government's total revenue collection.

The sector has not only contributed in the revenue but also create job opportunities to the large numbers of people.

The exhibition will provide an appropriate forum for the automobiles business sector to showcase their vehicles, accessories and other services among the prospective customers. It is an equally ideal and trustworthy platform for the prospective buyers to know, observe and enquire about their choices to make smart decision.

Senior Vice President of Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) Shekhar Golcha said that the economic development would develop if the automobiles sector also got opportunity to flourish.

“Many issues have been raised whether the automobile sector is productive or unproductive in the country. In my personal opinion, the automobile is definitely a productive sector because there is no possibility of enhancing the trade and business without having four wheelers,” said Golcha.