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Brityrex 2014 seminars cover TPMS, tire labeling

Posted on April 14, 2014

Singex-ECI, organizers of Brityrex International 2014 taking place Oct. 7-9 at EventCity in Manchester, England, announced that they will play host to a series of Tyre Talk seminars covering key business issues affecting tire retailers, wholesalers and fast-fit service providers.

Organized and presented in association with show sponsor Britain’s the National Tyre Distributors Association (NTDA), the free seminars will cover topical subjects including the business opportunities provided by TPMS servicing and repair; an update on the EU tire labeling regulation; the NTDA’s campaigning work with trading standards on illegal part worn tires, the environmental impact of illegal tire dumping and disposal and tire aging.

NTDA Director Stefan Hay, says: “We know that Tyre Talk was extremely popular and well supported at Brityrex in 2012. This year’s programm will build on that success by delivering sharp, focused and informative seminars on the subjects we know will be of interest and value to the trade. We will be announcing a high-quality line-up of speakers in the near future and expect even more NTDA members and tire industry professionals to get behind this unparalleled UK event.”

Paul Farrant from Singex-ECI, adds: “We are delighted that the NTDA is taking the lead to deliver an outstanding series of Tyre Talk seminars. Getting the latest business updates on key issues will be another compelling reason for the trade to visit and get involved in the show this October.”

Entry to both the three-day show and the Tyre Talk program is free to members of the tire and garage equipment trade. To pre-register online visit www.eci-international.com.

Related Topics: Brityrex International, NTDA, Paul Farrant, Singex-ECI, Stefan Hay

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