UNITI unveils conference programme

Car Wash forum UNITI 2018

UNITI has unveiled its conference programme. The European trade fair for the retail petroleum and car wash industries kicks off on May 17th in Stuttgar and lasts three days. The talks and discussions will be divided in three different forums.

The programme consists of a series of talks and discussions by leading companies and industry experts. They will cover business strategies, regional and global trends and new innovative technologies.

Each forum is located in the hall belonging to the themed area it represents – forecourt technology, carwash and convenience. The open forum format and accessible location will allow trade visitors and exhibitors to attend presentations spontaneously.

Carwash Forum

A must for every car wash operator that wants to be up to date with the latest trends and innovations for professional car care. There will be talks by the world’s leading car wash equipment manufacturers and regional operators at the Carwash Piazza in Hall 3. Talks will be in either English or German, with simultaneous translation into either language.

International Forum

Located in Hall 5, the International Forum covers the most important trends and developments in the global fuel retailing industry. Presentations will be held in English and Spanish, and for the first time, there will be simultaneous translation available into either language.
Each day of the event will be dedicated to a specific theme: ‘Future of Mobility: Digitalization & Service Hub’, ‘Alternative fuels’ and ‘Around the world – trends & markets’.

UNITI expo Forum

This forum is focused on the DACH market (Germany, Austria and Switzerland). So all talks will be in German. The discussions will be on the topic of fuels and convenience. The conference, taking place in Hall 1, will be rounded off by a few presentations by prominent personalities.

More info at www.uniti-expo.com.

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Author: Rene Passet

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