News: Canada - Automotive Parts Remanufacturers Association (APRA) supports Automechanika Canada
Automechanika Canada has announced a cooperation agreement with the Automotive Parts Remanufacturers Association (APRA).
Sunday, 8th April 2007
APRA will promote this year's Automechanika Canada event to more than 1800 member companies worldwide and to readers of its publications. In addition, APRA will arrange educational seminars targeting the remanufacturers/rebuilders and their customers. Automechanika Canada will be held Sept. 26-28 in Toronto. APRA is enthusiastic about its participation in Automechanika Canada. "We hope to reach out to our membership and their customers to help them understand the wonderful world of remanufacturing. We also believe that this show will be a valuable event for our membership as a way of reaching new customers and networking with others in the aftermarket," stated William C. Gager, APRA President. Automechanika Canada will be the only show in the Canadian market dedicated to all facets of the automotive aftermarket. Additional programs will include conference sessions featuring product innovation and technical training, career opportunities for apprentices and students, product demonstrations, and industry displays.
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