Autologic: Automechanika Middle East ‘perfect platform for diagnostics’
Autologic Diagnostics Ltd will showcase its Autologic diagnostic tool at Automechanika Middle East 2011 in June. Offering an all-encompassing approach to vehicle diagnostics, the software allows for garages to operate independently with success. The UK-based manufacturer has announced it will participate at Automechanika Middle East for the first time in 2011. According to the company, the firm’s participation is in order to increase market awareness of the brand in the GCC region and to introduce their innovative products and services to this fast emerging market.
Autologic’s diagnostic tool itself boasts technologically advanced functions which are not available on other aftermarket diagnostic tools. This is coupled with an unprecedented level of technical support in the aftermarket. The tool has dealer-level software covering BMW, Land Rover, Jaguar, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Volkswagen/Audi Group, Peugeot/Citroen/Renault and Rolls-Royce. It has been developed specifically for independent specialist garages giving users the ability to work to the very highest level.
Peter Toland, managing director, Autologic Diagnostics Ltd, said: “We already have a presence in about 16 countries in the Middle East region, but we aim to enhance this further through the trade exhibition. This is a very important market to us and we recently appointed a master distributor to assist with the sales and first line support for all customers in the MENA region. We look forward to participating at Automechanika Middle East which will allow us further access to these markets which offer great growth potential.”
Mahmut Gazi Bilikozen the Senior Show Manager of Automechanika Middle East said: “We are happy that more and more international workshop equipment manufacturers are participating at Automechanika to increase their market share in the region. This only goes to show that Automechanika Middle East has stamped its authority as the leading automotive aftermarket exhibition in the wider Middle East.”