auto1 offers ”automotive asprin” for aftermarket managers

19 June 2002 #SMMT News

auto1, the industry-wide automotive expo due to take place next spring, has been well received by exhibitors from every sector since its launch in May.

A broad range of companies representing all areas of the UK aftermarket have already applied for stand space at what promises to be the number one aftermarket business event of 2003.

The four-day show at the NEC, Birmingham, will offer maximum value for visitors by incorporating not only company stands promoting the latest products, but also education and training information from leading experts. At a time when skills shortages are threatening every sector, employers will be able to get valuable help from industry professionals. By working with specialists in key areas, auto1 should prove to be the best antidote for stressed aftermarket managers.

Following the recent ADF Workout, Brian Spratt, ADF chief executive said, ‘There is no question that even the most experienced business owner or manager needs to be updated on every aspect of running his or her business, and auto1 aims to be the prime hands on information source. Together with our colleague trade bodies, we will be concentrating on problem solving at the show.’

With many first and second line suppliers offering product training, along with increasing calls for standards in vehicle maintenance, auto1 will offer visitors real solutions to the challenges of running a modern automotive business. And as you’d expect, there’ll also be the chance to see all that’s new and exciting in the aftermarket industry.

auto1 takes place at the NEC from 27 to 30 April 2003, so put it in your diary now. auto1 is organised by SMMT in association with the Automotive Distribution Federation, A1 Motor Stores, Factoring Services Group, Garage Equipment Association, Independent Factors Association, IMPACT, Institute of the Motor Industry, National Tyre Distributors Association, Retail Motor Industry Federation and the Tyre Industry Council

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