The organisers of Automechanika Birmingham have released initial details of the extensive seminar programme to be staged at the inaugural event with the promise that many key issues affecting the aftermarket and supply chain, will be covered by leading industry experts.
There will be three separate theatres running over 70 presentations throughout the 3-day event – Keynote Theatre, Aftermarket Theatre and Technical Theatre, the latter covering both aftermarket and supply chain. The Keynote Theatre will focus on important industry developments, topics and issues with presentations from a variety of sources, including the DVSA, the IAAF, IMI, Frost and Sullivan and the Automotive Council. All the subjects will be relevant and address the issues being faced by the motor industry and trade in the UK.
The Aftermarket Theatre will have over 30 presentations, delivered by industry experts and technical personalities from the automotive aftermarket. The contributions will include technology and the retail sector, business seminars for workshop staff plus staff skills and training. Presentations are in association with autotechnician magazine and sponsored by TecRMI. Presenters include Frank Massey, Neil Pattemore, James Dillon and Peter Coombes.
The Technical Theatre will also feature a variety of subjects relevant to both the supply chain and aftermarket, ranging from high value manufacturing, lightweight technologies and composites plus the key area of low carbon and electrification to the MOT, the impact of regulations on the business and shaping the workshop of the future. Industry experts from the SMMT, Automotive Council and Frost and Sullivan will present together with key aftermarket experts.
Full details of the exhibition and how to register for free please visit www.automechanika-birmingham.com