Expo INA 2014 Shows Growth In Mexico City

Expo INA 2014 Shows Growth In Mexico City

Expo INA 2014 trade show (Mexico City) a success in exhibitor participation and visitor attendance, according to show organizers.

MEXICO CITY — The Expo INA 2014 exhibition grew attendance by more than 25 percent over last year, show organizers say. 

The show was held March 26-28 at the Centro Banamex, Mexico City.

Exhibitors included Federal-Mogul, AISIN, Brake Parts Inc., Dorman, FRAM, Gates, Johnson Controls, LIQUI MOLY, Monroe, Raybestos Chassis, Sylvania, Bosch, Timken and ZF Services, among others.

More than 51 different clinics were offered to technicians on current topics. Show organizers already are preparing for Expo INA 2015. 

For more information, follow Expo INA on Twitter @ExpoINA2014, Facebook at ExpoINA2015 as well as on the official website of the event, www.expoina.mx.

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