BREAKING: AUTOMECHANIKA BIRMINGHAM 2021 OFF

The UK’s largest aftermarket exhibition has been moved to 2022 as a result of the pandemic. The following statement has just been released from the event organiser:

As you know, Automechanika Frankfurt has moved to 2021 as a result of the global COVID-19 pandemic.  To maintain the rotation between the UK and Frankfurt events, and following a period of consultation with exhibitors and the NEC, we are now able to confirm new dates for Automechanika Birmingham:  7-9 June 2022.

The great news is that almost all exhibitors have committed to moving their booking to the 2022 event, and with three years of pent up demand for a national exhibition, the signs are looking positive for a strong event. It’s a great sign of the industry’s commitment to the show.

Messe Frankfurt UK will continue to engage and support the industry, with our pioneering central digital resource platform, ‘auto:resource’  set to launch in the next few weeks. We will be in touch with you shortly to discuss how we can work together on this new offering for the industry and how you can benefit from being involved.

Published by GregWhitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist

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