AAPEX: What the Future Holds for the Automotive Aftermarket

AAPEX: What the Future Holds for the Automotive Aftermarket

Recapping the 2023 AAPEX Show, 130 countries were represented and more than 500,000 square feet of expo space was available for attendee exploration. There were more than 100 training opportunities offered, as well as 2,500 exhibiting manufacturers.

The future of the automotive aftermarket shines brightly, and AAPEX is at the forefront of this evolution. As vehicles log more miles and integrate increasingly complex electronics, the landscape of parts and repairs is diversifying.

AAPEX research highlights that new products are the primary draw for attendees, making this conference a vital event for staying informed and competitive. The aftermarket is uniquely positioned to benefit from both internal combustion engines and electric vehicles (EVs).

Attending AAPEX provides automotive professionals with the latest insights and innovations from industry leaders and the ability to check out cutting-edge products and solutions, helping you stay ahead of industry trends and capitalize on new opportunities.

Don’t miss the chance to connect with experts, discover new technologies, and ensure your business thrives in this dynamic market. AAPEX is your gateway to the future of the automotive aftermarket.

A special thanks to Standard Motor Products for helping make this video possible. Want to learn more? Registration for AAPEX is live. The event will take place November 5-7 in Las Vegas.

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