A driving force in South Africa's automotive aftermarket

The Retail Motor Industry Organisation is a proactive, relevant, retail and associated motor industry organisation recognised as the leading voice in South Africa’s automotive aftermarket. It serves the daily needs of its members and plays a key role in enabling motor trades to deliver a superior service to motoring consumers. Eight Associations fall proudly under the RMI umbrella. Inter-associational business-to-business trading is encouraged in the interest of all stakeholders.

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Intra African Trade Fair: Organised by the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) in collaboration with the African Union and hosted by the Government of Rwanda, IATF2021 will provide a platform for entry into a single market of over 1.2 billion people joined together by the African Continental Free Trade Area, serving as a marketplace bringing together continental and global buyers and sellers and showcasing goods and services. It will enable stakeholders to share trade, investment and market information as well as trade finance and trade facilitation solutions designed to support intra-African trade and African economic integration. A conference will run alongside the exhibition and will feature high-profile speakers and panellists addressing topical issues relating to trade and investment. For more information on IATF2021 please visit: www.intrafricantradefair.com

Recognised as the leading voice in South Africa’s automotive aftermarket, the Retail Motor Industry Organisation (RMI) has joined as a COBRA consortium partner, and, in doing so, is offering relevant, retail and associated motor-related value to businesses in the sector. The objective of the COBRA ecosystem is to coordinate with these businesses via regular webinars and use relationships with key stakeholders (including banks, government, business services firms, private equity funders and institutions) to assist and sustain these businesses through the crisis.