ZBAG sales reps Lorry Kispert and Adam Schuster were impressed by the number of people who visited ZBAG’s booth at the AAPEX trade show in Las Vegas the first week in November.
“I didn’t get a chance to go out and look at many other booths,” Lorry said. “We were busy. We had people interested in both parts and units.” The ZBAG booth display included a ZF transmission, a GM independent front differential, and a 246 GM transfer case.
Adam was amazed at the amount of activity that was crammed into to the three days of the show. He enjoyed forming relationships with both customer and vendors.
“We talked to people with shops all over the world,” Lorry said. A couple of visitors from Australia are interested in buying ZF transmission parts, he reported. Many of the international visitors are working on American-made vehicles they've imported and are looking for parts, including New Process five- and six-speeds and ZF transmissions.
Adam and Lorry arrived at the Sands Expo Center Monday, Nov.3 and spent the day setting up, along with 2400 other exhibitors. Traffic was steady at the booth all three days of the event, Adam said. At 5 p.m. Thursday, the event ended, and exhibitors had until 9 p.m. to tear down their exhibits.
The ZBAG team believes the efforts put into the Expo will benefit the company, and they’re game to go back next year when they’ll continue to spread the word about the wide range of products they offer, from American Axle Manufacturing differentials and Borg Warner transfer cases to Magna Powertrain transfer cases and ZF transmissions, all at the best prices with excellent service.