Automechanika Birmingham has revealed its gold partner, chemical manufacturer, TUNAP, will be offering garages top tips on how to boost profits at the return of the UK’s largest automotive trade exhibition this June.
Being held from 6 to 8 June 2023 at the NEC, Automechanika Birmingham 2023 is already set to be a sell-out show packed with new exhibitors, new training hubs and a programme of more than 192 hours of free skills training, technical talks and topical discussions on current industry issues and inspiring new technology, as well as live demonstrations from industry experts.
Leading chemical manufacturer, TUNAP, will be exhibiting at Automechanika Birmingham 2023 offering garages and workshops the chance to discover its range of innovative, premium vehicle cleaning products to help with increased profit opportunities.
Since 1974 TUNAP has been offering customers innovative chemical developments and system solutions. Its products are used in industry, household, packaging technology and vehicle technology.
From cleaning, maintaining and protecting to bonding and lubricating, TUNAP supplies individual services and chemical products of the very highest quality. It provides a vehicle cleaning solution to avoid the need for replacing parts so garages and workshops can be as green as possible, offer the best customer service and save time on jobs.
TUNAP works closely with OEMs, such as Peugeot, Citroen, Vauxhall, Mazda, Alfa Romeo, Mercedes-Benz, Jeep, Fiat, Suzuki, and Kia, on its range to ensure it offers the aftermarket OEM-approved products.
Massimo Di Franco, TUNAP’s UK Managing Director, commented: “We are pleased to be exhibiting at Automechanika Birmingham to provide garages and technicians the opportunity to see our products up close. We pride ourselves on being a forward-thinking, environmentally friendly company and want to showcase our expertise in helping them to increase sales and profits with our leading range.”
Top tip from TUNAP
One top tip from TUNAP is for garages to use air con, ventilation and heating cleaning solutions, such as the brand’s its AirCo Well range, to provide motorists with clean cabin air.
Massimo adds: “This offers garage businesses a profit opportunity, not an upsell, as it’s an actual job that needs to be carried out. The technician will have to access the evaporator and clean it thoroughly with TUNAP chemicals. This is doing right by the customer by providing clean air, and the workshop can boost profit at the same time.”
Another piece of advice from TUNAP is to take advantage of its Service Plus concept for garages to provide an extra service to customers to benefit both parties.
This proven-to-work product cleans fuel injectors of debris and has the technology to get rid of microscopic water particles that can exist in fuel. It also uses engine cleaning to remove old oil out of engine before replacing it with new oil to maximise protection.
Additional problem solvers from TUNAP include its cosmetic products range that provides car cleaning products to ensure rusty hubs and calipers are cleaned properly so they look like new. Plus, OEM-approved DPF cleaners, valve cleaners and injector cleaners to save garages and workshops time doing these jobs, but also makes them money and gives the best customer service as possible.
More than 500 exhibitors will come together from the aftermarket supply chain at Automechanika Birmingham 2023, and they can expect to see 12,000 visitors, 50 percent of which will be aftermarket professionals, 25 percent motor factors and parts distributors and 25 percent dealers, retailers and franchisers.
Alex Jones, marketing director of Messe Frankfurt, organisers of Automechanika Birmingham, comments: “It’s great to have TUNAP on board as a partner of the show to offer visitors the opportunity to discover ways to boost profits and futureproof their businesses.”
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