As well as a selection of leading automotive and wider aftermarket suppliers, visitors to Automechanika Birmingham will be able to find out more about the benefits of FER membership including technical support, legal advice, and training programmes.
Rod Bennett, operations manager at FER, said: “We’re delighted to be exhibiting at Automechanika Birmingham for the first time, to demonstrate our engineering expertise, promote the benefits of Federation membership and continue to advocate for the remanufacturing industry amongst esteemed companies in the aftermarket.”
Exhibition attendees can visit FER at stand J13. The Federation is making its debut exhibition at Automechanika Birmingham in the trade show’s current form, enabling continued support for its members to grow and develop their businesses, meeting the challenges of the future.
The free event offers aftermarket professionals the opportunity to source the latest tools, technology and innovations, and network with the UK market to share challenges and insight.
Automechanika Birmingham is largely considered the most important event for the UK automotive industry, and the first event back on UK shores since 2019 comes at a vital time with so much disruption and change impacting the community.
Features at the show include a Workshop Training Hub delivering technical seminars on engine fault diagnostics, MOT, diesel, Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) and much more. There will also be a new Electric Vehicles (EV) Training Hub discussing EV and hybrid technology, and how to make the transition to EV repairs successfully.
To register for a complimentary ticket to attend Automechanika Birmingham, visit: https://automechanika-2023.reg.buzz/press