Automobiles, including everything from scooters to earth movers, and economy cars to luxury vehicles, are becoming more widespread in Africa. Those who maintain and repair them have more work on their hands than ever, and with the proper tools and supplies, automobile dealers and independent repair shops can keep these vehicles running for years to come. Of course, what good are spare parts and shop supplies if a shop owner doesn’t know where to get them?
Perhaps the best place to find out will be at this year’s 17th Edition – Auto Expo Africa 2014, at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC), in Nairobi, Kenya. From April 27-29, 2014, companies from twenty-five countries will converge in East Africa to participate in what is expected to be the biggest, and most-successful, Auto Expo Africa since its inception in 1998.