2015 AAITF will take place from December 9 to 11 in Bangkok
Tarsus Group and Intermedia Consultants, organizers of the inaugural Automotive Aftermarket International Trade Fair (AAITF) in Bangkok, Thailand have confirmed a selection of the speakers for its two-day seminar and workshop program. In detail, the program is set to cover the most up to date topics in the SE Asian automotive aftermarket.
Thai Autobook and TEBA president Uli Kaiser will present the Keynote Session on December 10, 2015. His talk will focus on the topic titled as 'Aftermarket Ecommerce: Global Opportunities.'
Jaymes Khell, proprietor of Asia Business Consultation, will discuss the merits of outsourcing training and the pointers the aftermarket should understand when considering the correct service provider.
On the other hand, director of Mercury PM and former senior manager of the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association Ben Bartlett will cover 'Access to technical and diagnostic information for the average trade workshop.'
All three presenters are part of the Executive Advisory Board which ensures AAITF Bangkok provides all the latest information on the Automotive Aftermarket.
In addition, Jason Rose, global training manager at RUPES S.p.A will present a live product training talk regarding 'Random Orbital Polishing Techniques.' Meguiars will also host live product demonstration and training workshops on-site.
Product launches on-site will also include DriveBot, said to be the “definitive innovation in car care made in Thailand.” DriveBot is a small electrical device that makes car inspection as easy as “finger touch” according to its engineers.
Moreover, it can analyze the condition of a car through the OBD II port linking with the car’s ECU and displaying results and advice via mobile app.
In cooperation with The Union Motors Repairing Association of Thailand, the event will also feature two cars with modified body and paintwork by Siam Auto Body.
The event will be held on December 9 to 11 at the IMPACT Forum, Nonthaburi and the admission is free.