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EXPO SET TO BRING AUSTRALIA’S AUTOMOTIVE TRADE TOGETHER

27-11-2018
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The 2019 Australian Auto Aftermarket Expo will take place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre from 4th to 6th April 2019, bringing together Australia’s growing automotive aftermarket component and accessory manufacturing sector. Easy online registration is now available and is free of charge.

The biennial trade-only Expo provides a major overview of the people and products forming an industry that employs more than 40,000 people, generates revenues in excess of $11 billion domestically and exports more than $1 billion worth of products each year.

Next year’s event is set to be the most impressive yet, with 93 per cent of the exhibition space (almost 21,000m2) already sold. It will feature more than 400 exhibitors representing Australia’s and the world’s leading automotive parts, tools and workshop equipment brands and suppliers. Hundreds of product and technical experts will be on hand to provide detailed information to the thousands of owners, managers, technicians, repairers and resellers who will be attending.

It will also include a dedicated seminar programme designed to engage attendees across a range of relevant topics. These helpful and informative seminars are always a popular and integral part of each expo and are provided at no extra cost. There are also major social events such as the Innovation Awards Breakfast and the Excellence Awards Banquet.

Monroe Shock Absorbers, Australia’s market leader in ride performance products, is the major corporate sponsor the fifth consecutive time. The company’s Marketing Manager, Brydon Tweddell, says the Expo is extremely important for a number of reasons.

“The ability to bring the entire industry together at the one major event is a feat in itself and the AAA Expo achieves this brilliantly every two years,” he said. “This Expo has truly become world class in terms of its presentation and professionalism. Gaining face to face access with so many of our trade customers at the one event is an invaluable marketing benefit that develops strong, long term business relationships.”

This must-visit event for all members of Australia’s automotive trade is being held concurrently with the 2019 Collision Repair Expo, showcasing the latest developments in panel repair, refinishing and paint technology, making it the complete one-stop automotive service and repair industry information hub.

Limited exhibition space remains.

AAA Expo
03 9596 9205
www.autoaftermarketexpo.com.au

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