With manufacturers and distributors now seeing the light at the end of the tunnel after more than a year of trade-show cancellations, a new event is set for early next year in Miami, say the show’s organizers.
“It is designed to cater to auto parts buyers from Latin America, the Caribbean and Southern Florida,” said Aftermarket International Publisher and trade show sponsor Brad Glazer. ”This Friday and Saturday convention and trade show will include worldwide manufacturers displaying the latest in automotive parts, equipment and services. Pent-up demand for automotive parts is likely to be at its peak by next year, ensuring this event will be very popular.”
“Building on the the industry knowledge and reach of Aftermarket International, we will be taking advantage of Miami as an international hub for the automotive aftermarkets to reach buyers in South Florida, the Caribbean and Latin America,” said Max Jaramillo, Managing Director of Latin Press Inc.
About Aftermarket International
Aftermarket International – A digital auto aftermarket business-to-business publication in both English and Spanish, with circulation of 22,000 in more than 100 countries. Also offering print editions at approximately 15 tradeshows worldwide.
About Latin Press Inc.
Latin Press Inc. – Counting with local presence in Miami, Mexico and Colombia, Latin Press is an international media and events firm specializing in B2B communications for sectors such as building automation, electronic security, hvac, pro a/v & multimedia, coatings, broadcast, and datacom networks with a total universe of current subscribers, attendees and registrants of more than 200,000.
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