GT Automotive to exhibit at Automechanika, Birmingham

GT Automotive will display its aftermarket parts range at Automechanika Birmingham 2016

GT Automotive has signed up to attend Automechanika Birmingham 2016 to exhibit its full, specialist, product range on stand 9H50, taking place at the NEC in Birmingham from 7-9 June.

The supplier will present its range of specialist automotive parts to the UK market at the prestigious event, as well as having key staff on stand to share their expertise with visitors.

GT Automotive is based on the Worcester Road Trading Estate, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, and stock is supplied from its purpose-built facility on a next day AM delivery. The company supplies a range of camshafts, lifters, bearings, alternators and starter motors, crankshaft and tensioner pulleys, crankshafts, pistons, piston rings and radiators.

The company, with a hard-earned reputation as a specialist in the supply of camshaft kits and crankshaft pulleys, has been designing and manufacturing products for more than 35 years.

With 15 editions around the world, Automechanika is the most internationally renowned trade exhibition. Now taking place in the heart of the UK’s manufacturing belt, this event will offer the UK’s growing automotive sector the best in innovation, education and networking.

Oliver Croxson, sales director of GT Automotive, said: “This is an ideal opportunity for us to demonstrate our high quality products to a wider customer base. We’re looking forward to connecting with motor factors and distributors and ensuring we are delivering a fully beneficial service.”

Automechanika Birmingham is in partnership with SMMT, and as GT Automotive has recently signed up as an SMMT member, it is gearing up to utilise this opportunity to increase its brand awareness on a national scale and network with potential new business.

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