Visit 437 company stands at Aussie expo

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Visit 437 company stands at Aussie expo
Visit 437 company stands at Aussie expo

The 2017 Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo is sold out to Australian and international exhibitors keen to display their latest vehicle repair and servicing equipment, replacement parts, tools and accessories.

To be held at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre from April 6 to 8, the Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo is co-located with the Collision Repair Expo providing trade and industry visitors with five acres of state of the art automotive technology from 437 market leading companies.

Organised by the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association (AAAA) with the help of a committee comprising senior industry executives, the theme for this Expo is ‘Build a Better Auto Business’.

AAAA executive director Stuart Charity said this theme was selected to reflect unprecedented change rolling rapidly across Australia’s vehicle repair and service sector.

“This expo is the largest of its type in the region and, at the Australian industry’s request, it is held every two years. This means products and services you see and experience at Expo are the latest available from around the world,” he said.

“By investing time in a visit to this Expo you and your team can learn how to ‘Build a Better Auto Business’ by updating your product knowledge, learning how to manage the challenges of our rapidly changing industry and by sharing ideas through a range of networking opportunities.


- ZF Services Australia has a 360 degree virtual reality ride entitled ‘Attraction – A virtual reality experience by ZF’

  • Thursday April 6 morning, ‘Australian Auto Aftermarket Innovation Awards Breakfast’ sponsored by GUD Automotive. Master of Ceremonies will be former athlete and sports broadcaster Tiffany Cherry.
  • Thursday evening ‘Australian Auto Aftermarket Excellence Awards Banquet’ sponsored by Burson Auto Parts. Well over 1,000 industry leaders will attend, presenting an unrivalled networking opportunity.
  • Embrace the ‘Fault Finding Evolution ‘ facilitated by industry expert of 30 plus years, Colin Bockman. Friday at 3.15 pm.
  • ​Australian Automotive Service Dealer Network (AASDN) will host a meeting on Saturday at 10.30 am to explain the membership benefits this network offers workshop operators.
  • The Automotive Repairers Council of Australia, the recently launched AAAA group representing automotive repair and service businesses, will have a working lunch on Saturday  at 12.30 pm.
  • ‘Build a Better Auto Business’ two-day free seminar programme.

Attending the Expo is free

The seminars are also free


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