Avoiding engine trouble in winter – top tips from DENSO
DENSO world first products on display at Automechanika Frankfurt 2018
19 July 2018 | Article
With its most elaborate stand ever, DENSO will exhibit at the leading aftermarket trade fair Automechanika Frankfurt to share product innovations and world first technology – along with visits from special guest Mike Conway. 11-15 September, Frankfurt am Main, stand D15, hall 3.0
Held every two years, Automechanika Frankfurt is the foremost international event for industry leaders, dealers and workshops to come together and discuss the future of the automotive service industry. The 2016 event saw 133,000 visitors from 170 countries with nearly 5,000 exhibitors.
At the event, DENSO will be launching a new user-friendly, comprehensive vehicle inspection tool – e-Videns. Comprised of both a hardware and software component, e-Videns increases workshop efficiency and transparency in four user-friendly steps, including a health check (a DENSO first technology). Product specialists will be running demonstrations of this innovative new product at stand D15 (moved to hall 3.0 from 4.0 last event) over all five days of the event.
Visitors to the DENSO stand on Saturday, 15 September will be treated to a set of signing sessions with TOYOTA GAZOO driving star Mike Conway. Conway was recently part of the DENSO-sponsored TOYOTA GAZOO team that won the rigorous Le Mans 24 Hours race at round three of the FIA World Endurance Championship.
DENSO’s knowledgeable Aftermarket European sales team, product specialists and technical specialists will be on hand each day to answer questions and share DENSO’s extensive portfolio of OE-quality products. Attendees can also explore special interactive screens with product information and quizzes.
Come to the booth for more product details, activities and special events.
For more information, visit www.denso-am.eu or get in touch with your local DENSO Aftermarket contact.
About DENSO Corporation
DENSO Corp., headquartered in Kariya, Aichi prefecture, Japan has more than 220 subsidiaries in 35 countries and regions (including Japan) and employs approximately 170,000 people worldwide. Consolidated global sales for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2018, totalled US$48.1 billion. Last fiscal year, DENSO spent 8.8 percent of its global consolidated sales on research and development. DENSO common stock is traded on the Tokyo and Nagoya stock exchanges. For more information, go to www.denso.com, or visit our media website at www.denso.com/global/en/news/media-center
DENSO in Europe
About DENSO Europe B.V.
DENSO Europe B.V. – the subsidiary in the Netherlands and the European Headquarters of DENSO Corporation – is based in Weesp, the Netherlands and was DENSO’s first European office, set up in 1973. Including both OE and aftermarket activities DENSO Europe now has a total of 18 manufacturing sites and seven sales offices across Europe with almost 14,000 European employees. DENSO Europe has engineering laboratories and testing centres in Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy and Sweden where engineers carry out intensive research and develop into new technologies prior to their market launch. For more information visitwww.denso.com
DENSO in the European Aftermarket
About DENSO Europe B.V.’s Business Unit Aftermarket
DENSO Europe B.V.’s dedicated Aftermarket and Industrial Solutions Business Unit supplies a continually expanding selection of OE quality parts programmes to aftermarket distributors, wholesalers and garages, including: Engine Management Systems (Mass Air Flow Sensors, Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valves, Petrol Fuel Pumps, Exhaust Gas Temperature Sensors and Ignition Coils); Thermal Systems (A/C Compressors, Receiver Driers, Pressure Switches, Expansion Valves and Evaporators); Engine Cooling (Cooling Radiators, Heater Cores, Condensers, Intercoolers, Cooling Fans and Cabin Blower Fans); Cabin Air Filters; Spark Plugs; Glow Plugs; Wiper Blades; Starters and Alternators; Lambda Sensors; and Diesel Components (including Diesel Pumps, Diesel Injectors and Suction Control Valves). Sales of these programmes are coordinated locally wherever possible. DENSO’s growing European sales network includes national aftermarket sales offices in Germany, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, France and Russia; and local sales representatives in a number of other European countries. DENSO Aftermarket also applies its knowledge of automotive electronics technology to develop a diverse range of non-automotive industrial solutions; including Robotics and custom-made bus air conditioning systems. For more information visit www.denso-am.euBack to the overview