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Working with Government agencies, trade show promoters and international automotive aftermarket associations, the AAAA
regularly leads delegations of exhibitors and buyers to international trade shows and events.
For over 20 years the AAAA has been
actively promoting the automotive
aftermarket industry on a global scale, by
leading delegations to international trade
shows. In the past 18 months, over 180
member companies have participated in
AAAA led missions to North America,
Russia, Germany, UAE, Turkey, China and
South East Asia.
In addition to attending international
Trade Shows, the Association has over 25
years combined in-house export
experience members can utilise and draw
on when exploring export opportunities.
AAAA also receives Government
support to run and coordinate inward
buyer missions. These missions are
designed to showcase the tremendous
range of quality products designed and
manufactured in Australia, and highlight
Australia's automotive industry capabilities
Inward buyer missions also provide an
excellent opportunity for local companies
to not only meet high profile international
buyers, but also to look at the
opportunities to promote their
technologies to strong international
AAAA Senior Manager -- Government
Relations and International, Ben Bartlett
said "Australia's Automotive Aftermarket
contributes over $11 billion a year to
economic activity and these types of
missions help promote the importance of
the industry to the Australian economy".
"Both trade shows and inward buyer
missions are vital and necessary strategic
elements to support the Auto Aftermarket
industry" Mr Bartlett went on to say.
For more information please contact
Ben Bartlett in the AAAA National Office
on 03 9545 3333 or firstname.lastname@example.org
AAAA ASSISTS MEMBERS ON GLOBAL SCALE
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The Performance, Racing & Tuning Council (PRTC) is one of the non-competitive
specialist industry councils of the Australian Automotive Aftermarket
The PRTC was formed to provide advice,
understanding and a strategic approach to
current and potential performance, racing and
tuning market issues from regulators and
governments to enthusiast and community
The goal of the PRTC is to promote
professional and responsible activities within
the performance racing and tuning sector.
The PRTC recently launched a bi-monthly
e-newsletter to keep members regularly
updated with specific performance, racing
and tuning developments, outcomes from
industry advocacy efforts as well as
information on upcoming activities and new
Last year, the PRTC also launched the new
and improved Performance, Racing and
Tuning Council website.
It was a major overhaul of the previous
website, bringing it in line with contemporary designs and giving it a
It is proving more relevant and easier to use than the previous site
and includes up to date industry news and events, as well as links to all
the PRTC's social media accounts.
The new website has proven to be highly popular with PRTC
The first PRTC networking event of 2012 was held at Meguirs
MotorEx in Sydney mid-July.
With a strong turnout of more than 50
attendees, the evening provided excellent
social and industry networking opportunities
for all involved, as well an exclusive preview
of Meguiar's Motorex 2012 before the show
Attendees were updated on a range of
industry issues including the NSW Vehicle
Standards Working Group, emissions testing
and suspension modifications, as well as the
rollout of a number of new membership
services and communication streams.
The PRTC, in conjunction with the AAAA,
also ran an export mission to the
Performance Racing Industry (PRI) Trade
Show in Orlando, Florida.
PRI is the largest motorsport and high
performance trade show in the world, combining a focused trade show
with supplementary industry networking and conference opportunities.
With the support from the Victorian Government, this was the largest
trade mission the Association has ever managed and spanning 360
square metres, the National Australian Pavilion was the largest
international pavilion at PRI for the second year in a row.
For more information about The Performance, Racing & Tuning
Council, visit www.prtc.com.au
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