Within the industry conference scheduled for the 13 March 2019, during MOTORTEC AUTOMECHANIKA MADRID, the reference Trade Fair for the post-sales sector and service stations, there will be a block of three presentations focusing on everything pertaining to safety and regulations for service stations. The event will take place within the 15th edition of Spain’s Leading International Trade Fair for the Automotive Industry, organised by IFEMA to be held from the 13 to 16 March 2019, at Feria de Madrid (Room A-7, Hall 7, at 10:45 am).
The launch of Motortec emprende will break new ground in the aftermarket sector at MOTORTEC AUTOMECHANIKA MADRID 2019, Spain’s leading International Trade Fair for the Automotive Industry Targeting Trade Visitors from the Iberian Peninsula Latin America and North Africa, organised by IFEMA, will take place from 13 to 16 March 2019 at Feria de Madrid.
The awards celebrate the success of the Spanish automotive industry
On 22 January, Feria de Madrid hosted the fifth Estrella LUIKE Motor Awards, whose prize-giving ceremony was attended by a wide range of Spanish car and motorcycle company representatives. Its 24 awards provided a glowing reflection of the health of the motor industry in this country. This was the fifth set of awards organised by LUIKE Iberoamericana de Revistas, publisher of some of the leading magazines on the market, including Autofácil, EVO Magazine and Scooting. The prizes are awarded objectively, based on official statistics for the best-selling models and brands on the market compiled by ANFAC (IAE) and ANESDOR (MSI).
15 March at Feria de Madrid
On 15 March, MOTORTEC AUTOMECHANIKA MADRID 2019 will host a seminar, organised by the specialist magazine Todotransporte, to examine the causes, consequences and possible solutions to the shortage of professional drivers for haulage fleets. During the event, which is geared specifically toward haulage fleet managers, hauliers will be able to see first-hand the ways in which some operators have managed to sidestep the issue of lack of drivers.