AutoDrain vehicle depollution equipment at Cars 2012

18 Jun 2012 | ELV, Exhibitions

CARS Logo 2012

AutoDrain have just got back from exhibiting at the Complete Auto Recycling Show (CARS), the first show in the UK specifically for those involved in end of life vehicle recycling and dismantling.

Held at the Hills Motors site in Skelmersdale, Lancashire, it gave exhibitors a chance to have working demonstrations on their stand to really give visitors an idea of the benefits and advantages of the different pieces of vehicle depollution equipment.

AutoDrain attracted plenty of attention on their stand with the main star being the WheelPopper. Crowds were treated to demonstrations of how fast and efficient the WheelPopper is, being able to separate a scrap wheel and tyre in just fifteen seconds.

At AutoDrain, we know how important it is to have effective training so you can improve your processes and productivity. So we got invovled in the training and seminars side of CARS as well, running two sessions on Safe Recovery and Storage of Fuel and F Gas training.

Overall it was a very successful and well attended event and we are already looking forward to the next one!

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