As the UK’s largest automotive trade exhibition, the Automechanika Birmingham sponsors list has been updated with its platinum level helping to boost the event on its return to the NEC in 2023.
As hundreds of quality aftermarket exhibitors sign up to showcase the latest technical innovations, products and services to industry professionals, from business executives to garage owners and technicians, organisers are highlighting those aftermarket suppliers who are going above and beyond to support the event as it returns on 6-8 June 2023.
Automechanika Birmingham 2023 is the first UK event since 2019 and is already set to be a sell-out show packed with new brands exhibiting, features, and training hubs for collision repair, electric vehicles, ADAS and more.
Automechanika Birmingham Sponsors revealed
There are two tiers of Automechanika Birmingham sponsors. Organisers have now announced the roster of Platinum sponsors that will help to headline the event. Businesses include Anest Iwata, Continental, Liqui Moly, Moove Lubricants, Shell, ZF Aftermarket, Bosch and LKQ Euro Car Parts.
Both Bosch and Euro Car Parts will be exhibiting at the event for the first time and will be using their position as Automechanika Birmingham sponsors to show their high-end product offerings. They will also be using the opportunity to liaise with the expected 12,000 visitors who will come to the three halls of the NEC over the three days of the event.
Gold headline Automechanika Birmingham sponsors gold include Bilstein Group, Hella, Mann-Filter, Mannol, NGK, Snap-On, Tunap and Wix Filter.
Meanwhile, featured exhibitors include Autel, BM Catalysts, Core Diagnostics, Dayco, FlexFuel, HaynesPro, ISN Europe, Meyle, Sampa, Texa and Toyota First, while a whole host of other well-known aftermarket brands have also signed up to exhibit.
“We are looking forward to opening our doors and welcoming a plethora of the largest and most respected names in the industry next June, with exhibitors already gearing up to connect with likeminded professionals on a national scale,” commented Simon Albert, managing director of event organisers Messe Frankfurt UK.
“2023’s event is set to be bigger and better than ever before and will provide a real opportunity to add value to exhibitors, while providing key insights into the future of the automotive aftermarket and the wide range of opportunities available – whether you are an exhibitor or a visitor, it is definitely not one to miss.”
Auto Repair Focus is also on the Automechanika Birmingham sponsors roster as a media partner, and is looking forward to supporting the event on its return.
The Automotive Supply Chain Forum
Messe Frankfurt UK, organisers of Automechanika Birmingham, has also announced a refreshed trade event, the Automotive Supply Chain Forum, in association with the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
The Forum, which will be held alongside Automechanika Birmingham, takes place amid fast-paced changes on the automotive supply chain horizon, and will offer key insights into the opportunities available to help future-proof the industry.
Automechanika Birmingham unites the very best of the UK aftermarket and supply chain and provides a one stop shop for discovering product launches, the latest technologies and practical solutions.
More than 500 exhibitors will come together from the aftermarket supply chain, and they can expect to see 12,000 visitors, 50% of which will be aftermarket professionals, 25% motor factors and parts distributors and, 25% dealers, retailers and franchisers.
Many of the exhibitors will announce special show deals, offers and competitions in time for the show.
Visitors can benefit from a comprehensive programme of more than 168 hours of free skills training, technical talks and topical discussions on current industry issues and inspiring new technology, as well as live demonstrations all presented from industry experts.
For more information on Automechanika Birmingham, taking place on 6 – 8 June 2023, please visit here.