For the Aftermarket
Automechanika Birmingham 2017 will host over 800 quality exhibitors including market leaders of garage equipment, tools, parts, components, wheels & tyres, consumables, accessories and more! The event offers a one stop shop for discovering product launches, the latest technologies and technical tips whilst networking with new and existing suppliers.
Exhibitors who have booked for 2017 include;
Exhibitors NEW for 2017 include;
Motor factors, workshops owners, technicians, dealerships and retailers will be brought up to date with engaging aftermarket seminars sponsored by Aftermarket Magazine. Among many others, some of the industry speakers have confirmed their topics including;
- 'Challenges facing the automotive aftermarket - UPDATE' Wendy Williamson from the IAAF
- 'The future of parts distribution in the UK' Quentin Le Hetet from Gipa UK
- 'Technologies in the Aftermarket & license to practice' Steve Nash & Jim Saker from IMI
- 'The future of automotive retailing - Digitalisation of retail and distribution' Dr Julia E Saini from Frost & Sullivan
- 'Why use a Diagnosis Process?' Ian Gilgrass from Alian Skills
- 'Connecting the Aftermarket' Max Lienard from Autodata
- ‘10,000 hours of practice NOT required’ - Effectively growing additional workshop revenue streams', Prashant Chopra from AutoGem
The seminars are an opportunity to learn about TPMS Servicing, tyre safety, information surrounding the connected car, trends and latest technology in turbocharger aftermarket and much more. See the full timetable
Don't miss the MOT Update from IMI
Join the MOT Update from IMI meeting, taking place, Thursday 8 June 2017 from 9.00 to 11.30, Concourse Suite 1, NEC Birmingham.
The breakfast meeting is designed to give an insight on the latest MOT training requirements, the impact it may have on your business, and how to prepare your testers for the future.
Join the discussion on the evolution of MOT training with the IMI and MOT Tester Training Expert, Kate Street.
Register for the event free now: reg.buzz/imi
Bringing together the very best of the automotive aftermarket
Automechanika Birmingham welcomes business owners and directors, senior managers and technicians from all areas of the aftermarket including;
- Motor factors/distributors of vehicle parts & accessories
- Independent workshops/Autocentres /MOT centres
- Tyre fitters
- Breakdown recovery services
- Workshop tool & equipment suppliers
- Vehicle restoration companies
- Fleet operators
- Vehicle leasing companies
- Vehicle preparation & valeting companies
“We attended Automechanika Birmingham for two full days in 2016 and it was a huge success! We managed to see lots of suppliers and listened into a couple of the seminars which were really interesting. We’ll be back this year and can’t wait to see how much bigger the event will be. It is the perfect opportunity for us to network with the industry, discover new companies, and most importantly, source new products for us to supply to our customers.”
“ I’m planning my trip to Automechanika Birmingham 2017 to meet with our existing suppliers and hopefully discover some more! Although, I’m looking for new product launches specifically in the accessories category, I’m also interested in learning about the latest automotive technologies, networking and seeing what the industry’s future looks like. There isn’t another event which provides this on such a big scale so it’s a great opportunity to do it all under one roof!”
“As a busy independent garage, investing the time to attend events can be tricky but taking a couple of days out of my workshop to attend Automechanika Birmingham is a must! I had a great show at the launch of 2016, I met with many suppliers, saw a couple of the seminars and walked away from the event with some new ideas and future technology. I’ll be attending all three of the days for this year and will bring a different member of staff each day so that they can experience how great the event is. I’m particularly excited about the new Workshop Training Zone and seeing some experts show live demonstrations for garages.”