Automechanika Birmingham 2019 - Get registered

Published:  07 March, 2019

Visitor registration for Automechanika Birmingham is open. The event will see leading suppliers returning to Birmingham to launch new products and technology for the last time until 2021 as the event will take a biennial frequency after 2019.

This year’s event will see the launch of many new initiatives covering all aspects of the automotive industry, including; a new Bodyshop Zone, Aftermarket Innovation Showcase and ‘The Big Garage Event’, all designed to deliver an enhanced visitor experience.

The Big Garage Event will include exclusive show offers, free parking for independent garages, free breakfast on arrival and a daily ‘Happy Hour’. There will also be fast track entry where over 100 leading suppliers will be showcasing the latest tools and equipment, as well as free CPD accredited training and demos from the industry’s top speakers at dedicated training hubs.

Event Director Jack Halliday said: “Last year saw a high number of registrations for the 2018 event from across the whole industry. As part of visitors’ feedback from 2018’s event, we’ve streamlined the registration process this year, to make it easier than ever for both returning and new visitors to sign up for their free tickets.”

Visitors can register to attend the event, taking place from 4 to 6 June 2019, by visiting the website https://www.automechanika-birmingham.com

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