TechFest Garage Technology Festival, organised by the UK’s leading car parts distributors, GSF Car Parts, took the automotive industry by storm last Thursday, showcasing cutting-edge technologies, hands-on product training, live demonstrations, and exclusive deals on tools and equipment.

Held in a vast underground car park at Wembley Stadium, the evening saw an incredible turnout of industry professionals, all of whom were amazed by the one-off deals, live entertainment, high-quality food and drink, and interactive stands featuring activities like Formula One simulators and various competitions.

Guests included Executive Chairman Sukhpal Singh Ahluwalia and Chief Executive Officer Steve Horne, both of whom spent hours engaging with customers and suppliers, adding to the event’s dynamic atmosphere.

In collaboration with over 50 top suppliers, including Schaeffler, Yuasa, Comma, and Delphi, TechFest successfully connected suppliers with members of the automotive industry from across the country. The positive feedback from both suppliers and garages has been overwhelming, with suppliers astounded by the high level of interest and orders received during and after the event.

Additional highlights of the evening included stunning displays of classic and supercars, such as the renowned Ferrari Enzo, the iconic Porsche 911 Targa 2.7E (1972), and a range of luxurious German Mercedes-Benz.

As a token of appreciation from GSF Car Parts, each attending garage received £50 worth of Trade Club (TC) points. As part of GSF’s loyalty rewards platform, these points can be redeemed for a wide range of vouchers and coupons.

Sukhpal Singh Ahluwalia, GSF Car Parts Executive Chairman, said: “I’m so thankful to everyone who put together the recent TechFest event for GSF Car Parts, and to everyone who made the event such a success.

“TechFest was all about saying thank you to our partners and showing them how much we’ve valued them over the many years we’ve worked together. For me, the best part of the event was connecting (and reconnecting) with industry peers, as any entrepreneur knows that relationships are fundamental to business.”