Automechanika Birmingham highlights show features & training hubs 

March 28, 2023
Automechanika Birmingham highlights show features & training hubs  Automechanika Birmingham
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With just under three months to go until Automechanika Birmingham 2023, the trade event has highlighted its brand-new training hubs and popular show features for visitors, as the UK’s largest automotive trade exhibition makes a return in June.


Taking place from 6 to 8 June 2023 at the NEC in Birmingham, claim your complimentary ticket HERE.

The aim of the hubs is to support suppliers, garage and bodyshop business owners, technicians, and specialists by offering key learnings, insights into trends, technical information, practical sessions and the latest advice and tips to futureproof businesses.

Show features include Workshop, EV and Bodyshop Training Hubs providing technical training and demonstrations, plus leading conferences for Aftermarket, Supply Chain and Talent and Skills offering the latest news and advice from the sector. Plus new for 2023 are a Detailing Hub, Collision Repair Live and Paint & Spray Live providing live demonstrations. 

Automechanika Birmingham’s Workshop Training Hub offers technicians a jam-packed programme of technical seminars, delivered by respected specialists, addressing the advancements and challenges facing the service, repair and maintenance sector. Topics include engine fault diagnostics, testing, diesel and Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems. 

The popular EV Training Hub, sponsored by Alliance Automotive Group, will highlight the requirements and opportunities available to the aftermarket to adapt to hybrid and electric vehicle service and repair. This covers topics such as how to prepare a garage to offer repair services, health and safety requirements, tools and equipment for high voltage operations, battery technology, plus, exciting discussions on hydrogen internal combustion.

The Bodyshop Training Hub will provide collision repair and bodyshop professionals with the latest updates, advice and technical innovations in the sector. Themes will include ADAS, body repair, EV repair, paint, refinishing and BS10125 standards.

New for 2023 is Collision Repair Live, offering demonstrations from leading suppliers in the repair sector across paint and spray guns, polishing, plastic repair, dent pulling, welding and more. Meanwhile Paint & Spray Live, will offer show visitors a chance to witness paint and spray demonstrations in action in the show’s fully ventilated and operational spray booth.

Automechanika Birmingham takes place from 6 to 8 June 2023 at the NEC. A complimentary ticket can be claimed here.
 
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