North Richland Hills, Texas — January 26, 2016 — Information direct from the vehicle manufacturer is an essential part of today’s repairs. The good news is that a large number of OEMs have committed to an involvement at NACE 2016. In addition to sponsorship and exhibit commitments, several of these companies will be offering specialty training, including launches of all new programs.
Audi, BMW, Ford, GM, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Honda, Hyundai, Mazda, Nissan, and Toyota have all confirmed participation for the 2016 event, taking place in Anaheim, California on August 9 to 13. It might be the dual nature of the event that has encouraged so many OEMs to commit this year. In addition to NACE for the collision industry, the event also includes CARS, focused on the automotive service and repair sector of the automotive industry. This allows the OEMs to serve several segments of the automotive industry at one event.
According to NACE show management, attendees can expect to see presentations, seminars, and training on the most up-to-date OEM technologies. Many of these OEM training programs will be offered at no charge.
“The support and participation of the car manufacturers is significant to the show’s development. Although NACE | CARS received support in the past, the industry has never before experienced this level of OEM involvement. Service and repair professionals will benefit from attending and learning directly from the car manufacturers on how to repair the cars of today and tomorrow,” says Dan Risley, ASA President & Executive Director.
For more information, please visit naceexpo.com.