Locks and Security News: your weekly locks and security industry newsletter
22nd January 2020 Issue no. 491
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New exclusive previews at ALEX just announced
Martin Pink and Richard Breslin, two leading experts in the use of auto lock tools, have just announced that they will be showing, for the first time in the UK, a newly developed range of 2 in 1 tools. These new tools include 2 in 1 picks for Mercedes, Honda and Saab. They are due for release once final testing is complete but this is your chance to get a first look.
Martin and Richard will be hosting a drop in master class at ALEX 2013 taking place this weekend (Oct 26 - 27) at the EMCC, Nottingham. You can find them in their own classroom on both the Saturday and Sunday.
They will also be demonstrating Fiat tools on Sunday to coincide with the release of Fiat programming software by KAP Diagnostics.
These tools will be available on the day from a number of exhibitors. Check out; KAP Diagnostics, Hickleys, N W Keys and 3D Group.
Hickleys are also releasing their own Fiat solution - Zedfull, and Advanced Diagnostics also have their own solution for Fiat. This creates a theme linking demonstrations, classes and exhibitors.
All live demonstrations, training and master classes are by ticket only. To see the full list on both days and to purchase tickets, we recommend booking in advance.
To see the latest news and the full list of exhibitors, get directions, check out the catering and opening times go to: www.alexpo.co.uk
All the news from Alex will be made available on the Locks and Security Magazine website. Go to www.lasm.co.uk
We welcome family members. They will be issued with a free guest ticket on the door.
Alex is the only dedicated, independent exhibition for auto locksmiths.
East Midlands Conference Centre, University Park, Nottingham, NG7 2RJ
Sat 26th October 2013, open 09.00, close 17.00
Sun 27th October 2013, open 09.00, close 15.30
Major road works are currently taking place around Nottingham as they improve the tram service. This means that there will be no access to Nottingham from J25 of the M1 this weekend which could cause visitors to the ALEX show a rather large headache. There are going to be diversions in place but these could add anything up to an hour on to peoples journey times so it's definitely worth planning your route in advance.
23rd October 2013