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24th Autopromotec (Automotive Equipment and Aftermarket Products Trade Fair)

The U.S. Department of Commerce encourages you to exhibit at Autopromotec 2011, a major B2B international exhibition of equipment, products and servicing for the transportation industry. This highly acclaimed international trade fair will take place at the Bologna Trade Fair Center, May 25-29, 2011.

The last Autopromotec, in May 2009, hosted 1,443 exhibitors - 468 of them international - and 250+ journalists from the trade press. More than 101,000 professionals (16,000 international) attended the event. Participation in an exhibition of this magnitude is an ideal forum for U.S. firms interested in entering into or expanding their presence in the European market. Autopromotec 2011 will showcase the latest cutting-edge technologies and know-how concerning: plants, equipment and material for car repair workshops; vehicle body repair shops; vehicle electricians; tire retailers; car dealers; service stations, car washes and specialized centers for the repair of means of transport; machinery, equipment, moulds and materials for tire specialists; equipment, materials and products for the sale and repair of tires; machines and equipment for engine overhaul; replacement parts; components; and car services. More information on the products on display is available on the show website (see below).

The U.S. Commercial Service in Milan will support your sales efforts in Italy and Europe before, during and after Autopromotec. At no charge, we will:

  • Conduct a pre-show promotion on your behalf via selected European markets at other U.S. Embassies and Consulates to alert international distributors that you will be at the show, and invite them to visit your booth.
  • Provide market research in selected markets and counseling before, during and after the show.
  • Provide information about services we offer to exporters of American-made products, including the possibility to be featured on our official U.S. Commercial Service website in Italy to generate additional business leads, for ad hoc interpreting, market research, and follow-up services or logistics assistance.
  • Inform you how to protect new designs you may be showing, and to take expedited action against foreign exhibitors who copy your design and trademarks.
  • Introduce you to an International Trade Specialist at your nearest Commerce Department Export Assistance Center in the United States.

Simply let us know which of these services you are interested in by completing the form below.

Your contact at the Milan office of the U.S. Commercial Service:
Commercial Specialist (Mr.) Andrea Rosa
U.S. Commercial Service, American Consulate General
Via Principe Amedeo 2, 20121 Milan, Italy
Phone: +39-02-6268-8523

Additional information is available by the Show Organizer, www.autopromotec.it/index_en.php2

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