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Over Half of Automechanika’s Exhibition Space Booked

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July 28, 2015—Sixty-five percent of the exhibition space at Automechanika, one of the world’s largest trade shows for the automotive service industry, has already been booked.

The show in Frankfurt, Germany, Sept. 13-16, 2016, will serve as the international meeting space for the automotive service industry. More than 1,700 exhibitors from 59 countries have already registered and 65 percent of the exhibition space is accounted for, show organizers said Tuesday in a press release.

“The high level of demand and internationality at this early point in time underscore the significance of the show for our customers who use Automechanika as an innovation platform for their business, and for making new contacts and networking. Thus, visitors can look forward to a very large and wide-ranging spectrum of products and services, giving them an unrivalled overview of the worldwide market,” said Olaf Musshoff, director Automechanika Frankfurt.  

The numerous suppliers and manufacturers from the equipment parts, accessories, management and service segments include Bosch, Brembo, Continental, Christ, Denso, Hella, Istobal, KAW Kiehl, Maha, Mahle, Schaeffler, Wabco and ZF.

For the first time, Automechanika will present the after-sales world of the future as “Tomorrow’s Service & Mobility” in the “Festhalle” of Frankfurt Show and Exhibition Center. Visitors will have the chance to see the workshop of the future, as well as products and solutions for the connectivity, alternative drive trains, automated driving and mobility services segments. The show also provides companies and potential trainees with networking opportunities, and awards the most innovative products and solutions.

For more information, visit the Automechanika Frankfurt website.

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