The dual event provides a platform for individuals involved in training, marketing, sales and operations to learn about the latest advancements, Jan. 30-31
Lansdale, Pa.—The Mobile Air Climate Systems Association (MACS) has announced the upcoming AMRA Winter MAP Technical Conference will take place Jan. 30 – 31 in conjunction with the 2024 MACS Training Event and Trade Show at the Rosen Centre in Orlando, Fla., from Jan. 31 to Feb. 3, 2024.
The collaboration will bring together industry professionals from both the full service vehicle repair trade and the mobile air conditioning and vehicle thermal management specialty industries for an immersive experience filled with insights and networking opportunities.
Partnering the AMRA MAP Technical Conference with MACS Training Event and Trade Show adds an extra layer of value for attendees. The dual event provides a platform for individuals involved in training, marketing, sales and operations to learn about the latest advancements and forge connections between AMRA MAP and MACS members for the mutual benefit of all attendees.
“We are excited to host the Winter AMRA MAP Technical Conference alongside the 2024 MACS Training Event and Trade Show,” said Peter Coll, President and COO of MACS. “This collaboration will bring together industry professionals from various backgrounds to share knowledge and strengthen their professional networks. The combination of the MAP Technical Conference and the MACS Training Event and Trade Show will undoubtedly deliver tremendous value to all attendees.”
Participants can look forward to a comprehensive program featuring expert-led presentations, informative panel discussions and networking opportunities designed to foster collaboration and facilitate connections among peers and industry suppliers.
“This collaboration fosters an environment for each of us to have larger audiences,” said Jeff Cox, AMRA/MAP President. “Creating the opportunity for us to have greater ideas, better insights and greater resources to help progress the automotive industry forward.”