Preparing for new vehicle technologies: Automotive aftermarket summit Shanghai

Jan. 1, 2020
Preparing China’s independent aftermarket for new vehicle technologies is vital in order for the country’s distribution channel to improve and expand service.

Preparing China’s independent aftermarket for new vehicle technologies is vital in order for the country’s distribution channel to improve and expand service. This is one of the topics slated for discussion at the Automotive Aftermarket Summit 2012 on Wednesday, Dec. 12, during Automechanika Shanghai.

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Co-organized by AASA and its China Aftermarket Forum, the free event is focused on the theme, “Innovation and Adjustment of the Service Model.” Summit attendees will examine ways the China independent aftermarket distribution channel can improve its delivery of the right parts to workshops on time.

More than 300 professionals and executives from parts manufacturers, distributors, retailers and workshops are expected to attend the event, which will be held at the Shanghai Jumeirah-Himalayas Hotel in the Pudong District, Shanghai, China. 

In addition to the new vehicle technology discussion, other presentations will include:

  •       Development and analysis of automotive aftermarket platform-based distribution
  •       Auto parts distribution supply chain model for aftermarket end users
  •       TecMan training and TecDoc Super Catalogue
  •       Customized auto parts distribution services to workshops
  •       The innovation service model of e-commerce platform for auto parts

For more information about the Summit, click here or contact Chris Gardner. In addition to AASA and CAF, co-organizers include “Automobile and Parts Magazine,” the China National Automotive Industry International Corp. and Messe Frankfurt.

Ernst & Young is the event Gold Sponsor. Silver sponsors to date are Polk and TecDoc. 

Automechanika Shanghai is scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 11, through Friday, Dec. 14, at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, Pudong. For more details on the event, click here.

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