MEHA Automotive joins IAAF

Component manufacturer MEHA Automotive has become the latest firm to join the IAAF trade association.

Meha Automotive factory in Turkey

The firm, which has its UK headquarters in Cambridgeshire, produces engine mountings, strut mounts, wiper blades and other rubber-to-metal parts.


The company was founded by Ilhami Akin in 2012 and currently employs over 200 people across the globe.


David Badcock, Sales Manager at MEHA Automotive UK, said: “MEHA Automotive is an established brand in Turkey, and through our membership with the IAAF we want to grow awareness of the MEHA brand in the UK using the federation’s networking capabilities and partnerships to benefit the future of the UK Automotive Aftermarket.”



Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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