Garage and bodyshop professionals are invited to join ALLDATA Europe for a memorable Automechanika Birmingham 2023 experience, with its presence headlined by hosting a panel of renowned industry experts to discuss the significance and impact of access to vehicle manufacturer data.
ALLDATA UK Sales Director, Simon Frost, and Technical Support Specialist, Steve Derham, will welcome:
Dave Shepherd – Founder and Director of The Cognoscenti Partnership Limited
Tim Benson – Independent garage owner, Oldfields Garage
James Dillon – Founder Technical Topics
The line-up will explore ALLDATA Europe’s Automechanika Birmingham theme – Remove the guesswork. Make complicated repairs simple with ALLDATA Repair! – and bring their unique, considered and industry experiences and commentary to the fore.
ALLDATA Europe is confident the cast and nature of the conversation between the panelists will meet and explore current industry trends. Furthermore, it trusts the discussion will continue between the audience, as they resume their journey through the exhibition and back to their every-day surroundings.
Simon said: “Preparations are well-underway for our attendance at Automechanika Birmingham. With a large stand, as well as holding a panel and press conference during the event, we are confident of leaving an indelible impression on visitors.
“Our aim is to demonstrate why ALLDATA Repair helps overcome the clear but tough challenges and trends that professionals are encountering daily. We want to remove the guesswork and make repairs simple.”
The 40-minute discussion will take place at 1:15pm on Wednesday 7th June at the Workshop Hub.
ALLDATA Europe ready to welcome visitors
As well as holding a panel, ALLDATA Europe’s team is looking forwarding to offering visitors a warm and professional welcome to its sharp, modern and engaging stand (19 R120).
Both garage and bodyshop owners and technicians are reaping the undeniable benefits that the company’s Repair package offers. An annual subscription provides customers with the tools to accept challenging work – vital as modern vehicles grow increasingly difficult to access, diagnose and repair – plus it will boost their confidence to make decisions and bolster their company’s reputation.
Technical Service Bulletins (TSBs), diagnostic trouble codes (DTCs) and electrical system/wiring diagrams are all included. The ALLDATA Repair database currently shows 91,950 year, make model and engine (YMME) vehicle combinations, which equates to more than 95% of vehicles on the road today. The library comprises of six million technical drawings and wiring diagrams, including electrical connector views, which are available in five languages.
To incentivise delegates further, ALLDATA Europe will be running a promotion throughout Automechanika Birmingham. It is ideal for those that wish to subscribe during the event and save a few pounds in the process. Click here to book your free ticket today.