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Latest news from the largest exhibition for the automotive service and aftermarket industry

Latest news from the largest exhibition for the automotive service and aftermarket industry

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Terrifically Strong Auto Fair Attracts More than 17,000 Visits

03 February / 2020

More than 17,000 visits over four days, 280 exhibitors from 17 countries on 14,300 square metres of floor space; visitors from 59 different countries. Automässan has confirmed its position as Northern Europe’s largest and strongest meeting place for the automotive industry’s service and aftermarket. - What a trade show, sums up Christer Liljenberg, chairman of the Swedish Automobile Dealers...

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The future freight market is taking shape

16 December / 2019

The Swedish market for heavy vehicles, 16 tonnes and upwards, remains strong. Everything suggests that the new registration statistics for 2019 add up to nearly 6000 trucks. It is a market that for many decades has been an oligopoly between Scania and Volvo, but which is opening up with, above all, an ever-larger Mercedes-Benz presence; but  MAN and DAF are also beginning to gain a foothold...

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Future-proof your workshop at Automässan 2020

02 August / 2019

Rights concerning a car’s digital content and the new quality standard for certifying workshops, Godkänd Bilverkstad. These are major talking points for the industry ahead of the 2020 edition of Automässan. But there are revolutionary technical and commercial megatrends just around the corner, and with them, paradigm shifts that are expected to disrupt the entire vehicle sector. It is high time to...

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A year before the doors open – record interest in Automässan!

08 March / 2019

Bookings for Automässan, the leading event for Sweden’s automotive industry, are at record levels just under a year before the next edition, which takes place on 15-18 January 2020. The Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre has reinforced the team with the appointment of Anna Lena Friberg as the Automotive Fair’s new business manager. The Swedish Automobile Dealers Association, SBF, and FVU,...

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