WashTec skips Automechanika

WashTec @ Uniti

WashTec will not exhibit their machines at Automechanika this year. The German manufacturer of car wash equipment has decided to skip the important trade fair in Frankfurt.

In an statement, WashTec says “it wants to avoid disappointing trade fair visitors on site if they are unable to get to know WashTec products”. WashTec’s management has recently been intensively observing and evaluating the successes and investments in its trade fair appearances. The company chose to focus on a major trade fair appearance in Germany this year, partly out of a desire for sustainability. WashTec was therefore present at UNITI in Stuttgart, but will not participate in Automechanika Frankfurt.

Customers who are visiting Automechanika are invited into the WashTec-showroom in Augsburg where the can see the products and get all the information they require.

Sustainability

WashTec is considered one of the leading washing technology manufacturers. The company management of WashTec recently evaluated the successes and investments in its trade fair appearances.
One of the decisions the company took, was a clearer focus on trade fair appearances, partly out of a desire for sustainability. WashTec was therefore present at UNITI expo in Stuttgart, but skips Automechanika.
WashTec will again be present at the upcoming TANKSTELLE & MITTELSTAND trade fair in Essen on June 14 and 15, 2023.

Automechanika will take place in the German city of Frankfurt this year, from September 13 to the 17th. The focus will be on innovations and meeting people face-to-face. From a technical point of view, many offers in the area of further training will revolve around the topic of detailing. But the vehicle washing and care sector is also part of the trade fair concept.

NB: In a previous version of this article we failed to mention the main reason for WashTec to skip Automechanika, which is sustainability.

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Author: Rene Passet

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