AUTOINFORM EVENT RE-SCHEDULED TO NOVEMBER

Following two postponements, parts supplier organisation OESAA is confident that the event will finally take place on November 6-7 at the GTG Birmingham academy.

Frank Massey at AutoInform 2017

Delegates will experience a weekend of hands-on training, whilst also getting the chance to experience the latest products and equipment available in the automotive aftermarket. There will also be the usual gala dinner on Saturday evening, complete with drinks reception and entertainment included in the price of the ticket. 

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Presentations will be made by the organisation’s members, including ZF, Hella and Schaeffler, as well as the newest members of the organisation – Brembo, Motul and Fil Filter – will be both training and exhibiting during the two-day event. Garage experts James Dillon, Frank Massey and Andy Savva are scheduled to share their in-depth knowledge and experience during live training and business seminars.

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OESAA Chairman, Nigel Morgan, said: “Having had to cancel two dates already, let’s hope it’s third time lucky for Autoinform Live. I’m confident suppliers and visitors alike will be raring to go and enjoy the interaction and education that this event offers.

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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