8 Reasons To Attend The Collision Repair Expo

The Collision Repair Expo is the nation’s biggest collision repair event, and it’s free to attend for anyone in the trade.

Here are the top eight reasons you can’t afford to miss the incredible 2024 Collision Repair Expo if you are in the collision repair industry.

Leading Brands – A spectacular showcase of the collision repair industry’s best brands, all under the one roof to explore at the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre.

Business Education Program – This program for business owners and managers will feature industry experts, and provide you with the knowledge to improve business performance and adapt to technological changes.

Technology, Tools & Equipment – The Expo features the largest collection of innovative, exciting collision repair technology, tools and equipment to improve workplace efficiency and profits.

Technical Training Program – Supercharge your diagnostic capability with an exclusive training program led by international experts Diagnose Dan & Sean Tipping.

Expo Electrified Zone – Experience hands on training and learn how to diagnose, service and repair EV/hybrid vehicles effectively in a dedicated space with the latest EV tools, equipment and PPE.

ADAS Technology Training Zone – Get the answers you need on everything related to ADAS calibration. Featuring demonstrations led by experts, free advice, and the latest equipment.

Networking Event – One of the few national industry networking events to connect with colleagues, grow your business and get inspired, all on the Expo trade show floor.

Lowbake Spray Booth – The Lowbake Spray Booth is an interactive crowd favourite and allows visitors to see the latest techniques, paints and technology being used via live demonstrations by the major refinish companies.

To experience all of these incredible Expo features, register for the event today at www.collisionrepair.com.au

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