High Expectations For The Inaugural BigR/ReMaTecUSA

High Expectations For The Inaugural BigR/ReMaTecUSA

The new remanufacturing show, which is the successor to the former Big R show organized by APRA, now has 95 exhibitors from 15 countries, making it more than twice as large as previous editions.

LAS VEGAS — With 40,000 square feet full of specialized remanufacturing companies, Big R/ReMaTecUSA is already exceeding expectations a good two months before it opens its doors on Nov. 1, show organizers say.

The new remanufacturing show, which is the successor to the former Big R show organized by APRA, now has 95 exhibitors from 15 countries, making it more than twice as large as previous editions. Among the exhibitors are more than 35 companies that will be participating in the exhibition for the very first time. The fast majority are qualified overseas companies that have chosen Big R/ReMaTecUSA to make their first presence in the U.S. remanufacturing market.

European companies set their sights on North America
Dutch company Pos Service Holland (PSH), specialized in test equipment, starter motors and alternators, will be among those making their debut at the BigR/ReMaTecUSA. The company has offices in Spain, Belgium, Germany and South Africa, and now believes the time is right to increase its focus on the North American market. With this in mind BigR/ReMaTecUSA is their perfect platform. In addition to exhibiting at the event, PSH will have an active role in the educational program at the ReMaTecTheatre.
Latest trends at the Theatre
Following its success at the ReMaTec show in Amsterdam, the ReMaTecTheatre will be the platform for presenting the latest trends and developments. Situated at the heart of the exhibition floor in a semi-open setup, the theatre will feature a variety of speakers from leading companies in the international remanufacturing industry. Visitors to the show can attend the presentations free of charge, with no need for preregistration. More information about available time slots, speakers and subjects is available on the BigR/ReMaTecUSA website (www.bigrrematecusa.com). 

Discounted entry fees
Those who are interested in visiting this inaugural show, can register via the website of BigR/ReMaTecUSA. The Expo Only Pass ($45) allows visitors to walk the show floor and visit the free accessibly ReMaTecTheatre. With a Full Conference Pass ($250) visitors can attend all APRA seminars, opening reception including the award ceremony for the “Remanufacturer of the Year 2014”, and APRA highlight breakfast. Members of selected remanufacturing associations are eligible to discounted entry fees. More information about visiting and discounted entry fees at www.bigrrematecusa.com.

About BigR/ReMaTecUSA
The Automotive Parts Remanufacturers Association (APRA) and Amsterdam RAI, owners and organizers of ReMaTec, joined forces in a new event for the automotive and heavy duty remanufacturing industries. BigR/ReMaTecUSA has its origins in the International Big R Show, which has been located in Las Vegas for decades, in association with the highly successful ReMaTec show based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Big R/ReMaTecUSA will be held at the Rio Hotel, Las Vegas, NV from November 1-3. For more information, please visit www.bigrrematecusa.com.

You May Also Like

Less Is More With Cordless Work Lights

There are huge safety and efficiency benefits of LED lights for your professional automotive service and repair customers.

In the case of cordless lights, there is a lot more, starting with more light! The light comes from Light Emitting Diode, or LED, technology. When they were first invented, LEDs were a revolutionary development of electrical science, affecting virtually every aspect of our lives.

Now LED lights are everywhere, and we’re all familiar with them, even in our homes, but the automotive industry has reaped the benefits as much as, if not more than, any other industry. Just like a diode, LEDs allow current flow in only one direction. When current, or electron flow occurs, photons are released.

Crow-Burlingame Names Richard Webster VP of Company Stores

Advancement shows company’s commitment to fostering internal talent and promoting professional growth.

MEMA Aftermarket Suppliers’ BMC to Host Summer Meeting

The Brake Manufacturers Council meeting will be held on May 31, in Naples, Florida.

AACF Announces Inaugural AACF Humanitarian Award

Sponsored by NEXUS North America, award nominations will be accepted until Feb. 1, 2025.

Advance Auto Parts, Worldpac Wrap Up STX 2024

Nearly 3,400 registrants attended STX in Nashville’s Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center.

Other Posts

HDA Truck Pride Recaps 2024 Annual Meeting

The HDA Truck Pride community celebrated a successful year, adding more than 130 new North American locations.

GPC Acquires Largest US NAPA Independent Store Owner

MPEC, founded in 1938 and based in Rockford, Illinois, has 181 locations across the Midwest.

Schaeffler Group USA Expands Product Portfolio

Seventy new parts have been added to the INA, LuK and Schaeffler Bearings portfolios in the first quarter of 2024.

ACC Provides Sneak Peek into Conference Speakers

Industry leaders will share their knowledge on trends, strategies and innovations in automotive communications.