NAACAM is the National Association of Automotive Component and Allied Manufacturers. NAACAM is recognised as the voice of the South African automotive component industry both domestically and internationally.
As a member-driven organisation we are at the forefront of industry leadership, representation and stakeholder engagement for automotive component manufacturers. Anchoring our membership base are suppliers to OEMs for assembly in SA as well as to OE export markets and the domestic and global aftermarket.
These manufacturers are supported by a band of associate members who provide specialised services across a diverse range including financial services, logistics, IT, incentive consulting and a host of others. The majority of component suppliers to OEMs are globally owned however there is a significant emphasis on increasing the number of homegrown participants in this space. To that extent, NAACAM devotes many resources towards positively impacting the localisation, transformation and supplier development environment in SA.
NAACAM welcomes the Department of Trade, Industry and Competition’s (dtic) release of the Electric Vehicle (EV) White Paper. The first phase of the EV roadmap
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08 November 2023 – The 40th forum of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA), which offers duty-free access to the United States economy for
08 November 2023 – Renai Moothilal, speaking with CNBC Africa following last week’s AGOA Forum, said there has been significant progress in integrating African partner countries into
5 November 2023 – NAACAM members are showcasing their locally manufactured auto component capabilities at the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) “Made in Africa”
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