A formidable European market offering and aftermarket excellence will be the key themes of Mannol UK’s presence at Automechanika, Frankfurt this September .
Mannol UK, the leading lubricants and spare parts supplier – together with the worldwide Mannol team – will be making its mark with an unmissable stand showcasing its expertise and service excellence to visiting distributors.
As a result of the inaugural show that took place in the UK in June, now more than ever Automechanika is the company’s biggest opportunity to meet key customers and contacts, confirms Jevgenij Lyzko, Managing Director at Mannol UK: “We intend to build on the momentum from Automechanika Birmingham by seizing the opportunity to impress both existing and potential customers with our fast-growing portfolio of high quality lubricants and automotive spare parts.”
On stand, visitors will get the exclusive opportunity to see the launch of Mannol’s new oil guide as well as its new, hugely popular retro oil packaging. The team will also be on hand to offer expert advice and share tips with customers, alongside answering questions and providing a wealth of other technical information.
Aimed at established distributors, retailers and buying groups, as well as being the exclusive lubricants distributor of German brands including SCT, PEMCO and ChempOil, Mannol UK has only been operating since 2013. Within this short period of time, the company is already experiencing significant growth and rapidly expanding across the UK and Europe, with further growth forecast for 2017.
Jevgenij concludes: “Particularly in light of the UK’s recent vote on the EU referendum, we want to reaffirm our strong partnerships here in Europe and make it abundantly clear that we are 100% committed to the stability and safety of our customers’ ongoing business with us. Automechanika is the year’s key destination for automotive suppliers, buyers and decision-makers; and we are looking forward to showing both existing and prospective customers exactly how Mannol can benefit their business in the years ahead.”