It’s Andrew Page by a nose at Sandown Park AutoInsider Live! event

With interactive displays, competitions, giveaways, technical seminars and even the chance to win a MINI, garage technicians and apprentices from across the South enjoyed Andrew Page’s latest AutoInsider Live! show at Sandown Park on May 14.

The series of regional aftermarket tradeshows kicked off for 2015 at Stoneleigh Park in March, with Sandown Park keeping up the momentum that is set to build with three more shows scheduled for 2015.

Building on the success of last year’s launch events, the shows provide a unique mix of activities designed to help qualified and aspiring vehicle technicians stay up to date with the latest developments, in everything from component parts to diagnostics and training.

Covering Andrew Page branches in the South-East and London, the show included presentation and seminar areas, which hosted technical displays and tutorials throughout the day.

Demonstrations from Bosch, Unipart and LuK looked at low mass Common Rail Injection Systems, business efficiency with KiS online and dual mass fly wheel evolution respectively, while all exhibitors were on hand to take visitors through their latest product ranges and how they work. Among those exhibiting were Mintex, TRW, Carwood, Osram and Yuasa.

As well as having the chance to meet suppliers face to face and see what new products are available, all attendees from each event will be entered into a draw to win a MINI. Entry to the draw is completely free, with the winner announced at the final AutoInsider Live! event of 2015, taking place in Doncaster this November.

“This was our second event of 2015, and with three more to come we are building momentum with each passing show,” explained Annalize Davy, Marketing Manager at Andrew Page. “We had nearly 40 suppliers exhibiting at Sandown, a figure which is increasing each time, showing how AutoInsider Live! is growing.”

The next AutoInsider Live! trade show will be an afternoon/evening event at the Metro Arena, Newcastle, on June 18 from 2pm until 8pm. The 2015 schedule is completed by events at the Imperial War Museum, Duxford, October 22 and Doncaster Race Course, Yorkshire, on 26th November.


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About Andrew Page Limited

Having originally been founded by Andrew Page in 1917, his son James, formed Andrew Page Limited in 1946. The company is an independent distributor of quality vehicle components, workshop equipment, tools and diagnostics. From its Leeds headquarters it controls all nationwide branches and employs over 2,600 people.

The company has grown progressively and underlined its national reach by acquiring the Camberley Auto Factors (CAF) branch network in the south of England, which has been rebranded as Andrew Page, The Autoparts People. The company supplies products from many of the world’s leading automotive component makers, including Bosch, for which it has been a distributor since 1947. Its own range of high quality components, under the Drive Master and Fohrenbuhl brands, cover many leading vehicle marques and models.

The AP-Tech division meets customer requirements for tools and workshop equipment and reaches customers across the UK through its website Auto Education is a training programme run by Andrew Page Limited and consists of 30 courses designed to improve and advance technicians skills to recognised national standards. Further information on the training courses and how to book can be found at:

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