Get ready for INA PAACE Automechanika Mexico: A center of innovation, knowledge and networking

Scheduled for July 10-12, this premier trade show and training event promises to be a center of innovation, knowledge and networking opportunities for professionals in the automotive sector, according to show organizer Messe Frankfurt.

The automotive aftermarket industry is gearing up for one of its most anticipated events of the year in Latin America, INA PAACE Automechanika Mexico.

Scheduled for July 10-12, this premier trade show and training event promises to be a center of innovation, knowledge and networking opportunities for professionals in the automotive sector, according to show organizer Messe Frankfurt.

For registration and more information, visit the event website.

With more than 500 exhibitors set to showcase thousands of the industry’s latest innovations, attendees will have the chance to explore a vast array of products and technologies that are shaping the future of the automotive aftermarket. The event is not just a platform for discovering new products but also a place to gain insights into emerging trends and market dynamics. Renowned companies such as DRiV, Dacomsa, ZF, Schaeffler, Motorcraft and Snap-On will be among the exhibitors, offering attendees a comprehensive look at groundbreaking advancements in automotive manufacturing, products, and equipment.

Training and professional development are at the heart of INA PAACE Automechanika Mexico. More than 100 training sessions are planned, covering a wide range of topics including mechanical, collision, and business management. These sessions are designed to provide attendees with the knowledge and skills needed to stay ahead in the rapidly evolving automotive industry. Participants will receive training on the latest techniques, trends, and problem-solving solutions for cars, motorbikes, electric vehicles and more from industry leaders like ZF and Dacomsa.

The event also offers numerous networking opportunities. Attendees can connect with industry leaders, build professional relationships and potentially open doors to new career and business prospects. For those looking to boost their profits, the trade show will feature top manufacturers presenting the latest tools and equipment, enabling businesses to enhance their efficiency and competitiveness.

A special offering for pre-registered attendees is free access to the Automechanika Academy, a platform for further learning and professional growth. Attendees will get up close and personal with hands-on demonstrations, including a fully-functioning paint booth and a wide array of activities in the CEDVA training area.

For registration and more information, visit the event website.


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