GSF Car Parts gears up for first TechFest event at Wembley

TechFest Garage Technology Festival, led by GSF Car Parts, is rapidly approaching and ticket registration numbers are getting close to maximum capacity.

In collaboration with over 50 top suppliers like Schaeffler, Yuasa, Comma, and Delphi, the event will take place next week on June 13, at Wembley. The free event will aim to connect suppliers and bring together members of the industry from across the country. 

GSF will also be giving away £50 worth of Trade Club (TC) points to each garage that registers and attends the event as a thank you to their customers. As a part of GSF’s loyalty rewards platform, these points can be spent on a wide range of vouchers and coupons.

Attendees can expect hands-on product training, live demonstrations, exploration of new technologies, and exclusive deals on tools and equipment. The event will be held in a large covered venue to showcase everything from workshop lifts to garage consumables and tool vans.

The exclusive event for trade professionals will serve complimentary food and beverages, along with live entertainment. Attendance and parking are free, but space is limited. Registration is required and can be completed at a local GSF branch or online through the website link.

Classic and supercars will also be on display at the inaugural event, including the famous Ferrari Enzo, the iconic Porsche 911 Targa 2.7E (1972), and a range of luxurious Mercedes-Benz. 

The event will feature a series of TechTalks from seven industry leaders and suppliers from GSF Car Parts. Anticipated discussions include the future of fueling with Delphi Tech, ADAS awareness with HELLA, new battery technology insights from GS Yuasa UK, and practical SDA and ADAS sessions with Bosch UK.

‘TechFest’ follows a period of rapid growth for the parts distributor, which now has more than 185 branches and 3,000 team members across the country. Earlier this year it also announced the opening of a 500,000 sq ft National Distribution Centre in Wolverhampton aiming to improve supply chain infrastructure.

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