Reman Tradeshow Reports Positive Interest in Event - Engine Builder Magazine

Reman Tradeshow Reports Positive Interest in Event

Joe-Kripli-and-Niels-KlarenbeekWith just six weeks to go before the inaugural BigR/ReMaTecUSA will open its doors, the show is set to be a true international marketplace. Both the exhibitors list as the attendee registration indicates that lots of reman professionals will travel huge distances to get to Las Vegas.

BigR/ReMaTecUSA Event Manager Niels Klarenbeek: “We are very pleased with the strong interest from overseas countries in the inaugural BigR/ReMaTecUSA show. Both in terms of visitors and exhibitors, there will be a true international audience on the show floor. We already have visitor registrations from Australia, Barbados, Canada, China, Germany, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Lithuania, Mexico, the Netherlands, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Taiwan, Turkey and the UK. The US automotive remanufacturing industry clearly appeals to many industry professionals from all over the globe, and BigR/ReMaTecUSA will offer them the platform to network, to get educated and to do business.”

APRA Chairman and President Joe Kripli is very pleased with the overseas interest in the show as well: “The automotive remanufacturing industry stands at a crossroads. Interest in reman and acceptance of its benefits is rising across the world and the time has never been better for the industry to come together in all its forms. The new BigR/ReMaTecUSA clearly provides remanufacturers from across the world with the opportunity to come together”.

BigR/ReMaTecUSA is co-locating with ATRA’s PowertrainEXPO on Saturday November 1.

For more information: www.bigrrematecusa.com.

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