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Denso driven to expand technical knowledge at MechanEx Manchester

Denso has confirmed its participation at MechanEx, which takes place at EventCity,  Manchester, May 21-22.
DENSO model with Lambda sensorDenso says a visit to its stand  will arm visitors with a wealth of technical information, helping them to gain valuable insight into new developments that are impacting the UK and Ireland car parc.

Throughout 2013 at all MechanEx shows Denso will be looking at ways to develop its customer’s knowledge of changing vehicle technology.  From providing answers to frequently asked questions, to fault finding and product fitting tips, visitors to the Densostand will be sure to learn key information that will keep them ahead of the competition.

Kevin Peacocke, assistant manager at Denso Aftermarket Sales said: “The advancements that are being made in modern vehicle technology are, without doubt, changing the way that mechanics are working.  Looking ahead to future vehicle design development there is no sign of this advancement slowing down.  With this in mind we have developed a whole programme of technical features and training opportunities to help our customers develop their knowledge in line with world-leading vehicle technologies.”

Visitors to Denso’s stand at MechanEx Manchester will be able to get their hands on the first in a special series of technical factsheets.  From fault finding advice to fitting best practice, and covering products from spark plugs to lambda sensors and cabin air filters, the factsheets will over time build a comprehensive quick reference library of key information, advice and tips.

Finally, Denso’s dedicated E-learning platform will also be showcased at the show, perfect for anyone wanting to broaden their Densoproduct knowledge, including top tips on up-selling, and building profits through stocking Denso.

And if that’s not enough, the Denso girls will also be on-stand – so don’t forget to stop by to have your picture taken.