AAPEX 2024 opens attendee registration

AAPEX is set to run from Tuesday, Nov. 5, through Thursday, Nov. 7, at The Venetian Expo and for the first time, Caesars Forum in Las Vegas.

The automotive aftermarket industry is gearing up for one of its most significant annual events, as AAPEX 2024 has officially opened attendee registration. AAPEX is set to run from Tuesday, Nov. 5, through Thursday, Nov. 7, at The Venetian Expo and for the first time, Caesars Forum in Las Vegas.

AAPEX 2024 serves as a crucial hub for the global automotive aftermarket, valued at more than $1.8 trillion. The event promises to unite all segments of the supply chain, offering a platform to preview new products and technologies, conduct business and glean essential insights into technical and business management skills.

This year, the expo will feature product and technology displays from more than 2,500 exhibiting companies spread across nearly 5,500 booths. With the event’s expansion into Caesars Forum, attendees will have even greater opportunities to explore a wide array of products and services.

Focusing on innovation, AAPEX 2024 will introduce new show floor areas dedicated to electric vehicles, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and sustainability practices in the aftermarket. These areas aim to provide attendees with the latest industry trends and training to help grow their businesses.

In a significant collaboration, the Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association (ATRA) Powertrain Expo and the Automotive Parts Services Group’s (The Group) 2024 membership conference will converge with AAPEX, signaling a robust increase in networking and educational opportunities. The inclusion of the ATRA Powertrain Expo marks a substantial enhancement to the event, bringing additional expertise and exhibitors to the expansive show floor.

Attendees will benefit from more than 100 training sessions, including AAPEX-programmed sessions and exhibitor-supplied training. These sessions will be led by some of the industry’s top trainers, offering insights into the latest technologies and business strategies.

Registration for AAPEX 2024 is priced at $40 until June 28, after which it will increase to $60 and then to $120 after Sept. 27. Early registrants will receive their badges by mail, allowing them to bypass onsite registration and maximize their time at the event.

With more than 136,000 industry professionals expected to descend on Las Vegas, attendees are encouraged to secure their accommodations through onPeak, the official AAPEX housing partner, which offers discounted rates at several conveniently located hotels.

AAPEX is co-owned by MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers and the Auto Care Association.

To register, visit the show site.


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