Latest news from Automechanika Birmingham

  • Organisers of the UK’s leading exhibition for the automotive aftermarket have announced that Automechanika Birmingham has been postponed to 7-9 June 2022.
  • The automotive aftermarket has been urged to keep pace with change and embrace the opportunities brought about by digitalisation in the latest, free-to-attend session of the Automotive Aftermarket Web ...
  • Andrew Rowson, Co-founder and Head of Services at ecommotors is joining the panel at the next free-to-attend session of the Automotive Aftermarket Webinar Series, ‘Digitalisation; Accelerating the rec ...
  • The next free-to-attend session of the Automotive Aftermarket Webinar Series, ‘Digitalisation; Accelerating the recovery of the aftermarket,’ will take place on 29 September, organisers of Automechani ...
  • The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is forcing individuals, companies and entire industries to adapt to new working practices to stay in business. The UK automotive aftermarket is being encouraged to ...
  • Automechanika Birmingham 2019 has been hailed a record-breaking success, attracting more than 12,000 visitors from the UK automotive industry, the highest ever attendance.
  • Automechanika Birmingham has drawn to a close with 12,145 automotive industry professionals visiting the hugely successful 2019 event.
  • £26,000+ worth of BIG giveaways show deals and competition prizes for visitors – limited availability. The biggest savings on tools and garage equipment from over 500 exhibitors will be exclusively av ...
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Market Reports 

  • COVID-19 Protective Measures: Automotive Aftermarket Sector Industry Guidance and Best Practice
  • DVSA Annual Report

    24 Jul 2020 DVSA
    Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency Annual Report and Accounts 2019-20
  • New automotive sector-specific guidance for aftermarket providers across the sector has been published by a consortium of industry bodies including the IAAF, GEA, IMI, SMTA and SMMT.
  • A new report highlighting the importance of automotive trade to the UK economy and the high stakes of a ‘no deal’ Brexit.
  • Beyond coronavirus: The road ahead for the automotive aftermarket

    18 May 2020 Automotive & Assembly practice, Alex Brotschi, Daniel Christof, Joe Dertouzos, Sebastian Kempf, and Prashant Vaze
    Within the automotive sector, COVID-19 is a massive, once-in-a-lifetime disruption, and the situation is changing rapidly.

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