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NEXT BREAKFAST MEETING (usually the 3rd Wednesday of each month)

  • DATE: Wednesday, December 20th.
  • TIME: 7:30AM
  • VENUE: The Novotel / Ibis, 72 – 112 Greenlane Rd East, Auckland.

Matt Watson - Guest Speaker2017 APAA ANNUAL LUNCHEON (Held in July) DETAILS FOR REFERENCE

Venue: The Great Northern Room, Ellerslie Convention Centre, Greenlane, Auckland – From: Noon until 2pm.

Our guest speaker is Sir Ray Avery Inventor – Recent developments include the Liferaft infant incubator is a low cost but high-end incubator in development by Medicine Mondiale.

The incubator is designed around performance, ease of use and simple maintenance in challenging conditions, such as in poorly resourced healthcare facilities with inconsistent power and water supplies. 2018 Luncheon details avalable soon…

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Courtesy of the Australian Automotive Aftermarket Association

Click here for details

Automotive News Feeds

 

Auto News

14 December 2017, 8:32 am
Groupe Renault is to take a stake in a French publisher of magazines in a move that it says will help it to develop 'editorial services' for the passengers of autonomous cars in the future.


8 December 2017, 11:11 am
Volkswagen has at long last entered Europe's C-crossover segment, with a rival for the Qashqai. The T-Roc is strong on driving dynamics and, from certain angles, looks. One major surprise however, is an interior with plastics which will disappoint anyone who owns a Golf or Polo. Is this the first new vehicle to suffer from the company's post-emissions scandal cost cutting?


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Industry News

14 December 2017, 4:56 pm
Canada's biggest province, Ontario, will introduce a new rebate program worth up to C$75,000 for buyers of electric trucks, in a move that could boost purchases of models by Tesla and rivals like China's BYD.


14 December 2017, 5:01 am
Seoul-based advertising agency group Innocean has bought independent creative agency David and Goliath, a deal that unites two companies known for their work with South Korean automakers.


14 December 2017, 12:29 am
Hyundai, which ran a post-game Super Bowl ad last season, has secured ad time during the 2018 game.


 
 

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