The Federation of Automotive Products Manufacturers (FAPM) is an association of manufacturers engaged in the production of a comprehensive range of automotive products. It was formed in 1958 and currently consists of some 80 member companies.
FAPM is recognised by politicians, government officials and the industry at large as "The Voice of the Automotive Components Industry". Regular consultation is maintained with State and Federal Governments, the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science and Research and the vehicle builders to discuss matters affecting the industry.
Learn more about FAPM and FAPM membership.
PLAN FOR THE FUTURE
South Australian Government supports car industry
The FAPM's 54th Annual Conference was held at the Yarra Valley Lodge, Victoria on the 15th November 2013. To view the presentations of our sensational speakers, please click HERE.
Victoria and South Australia take up fight for locally made cars
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New Government Grants
Automotive New Markets Initiative (ANMI)
The Automotive New Markets Initiative (ANMI) is a $35 million initiative that will assist the automotive industry develop new business opportunities domestically and internationally. The initiative will run over four years commencing in 2012-13 and has three key elements: Automotive New Markets Program (ANMP); Business Capability Support and Automotive Envoy and Automotive Supplier Advocate.
Applications for round 3 of the ANMP closed on Friday,13 September 2013.
For more information on the ANMP please email email@example.com.
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