Aftermarket Business

Northwood University
The annual program offered by the University of the Aftermarket, now in its fifth year, is designed to develop the business, management and leadership skills of mid-career professionals working in the North American commercial vehicle after
AASA
Attendees at the 2016 AASA Technology Conference will include IT/IS, engineers, data managers, customer service, web developers and marketing from suppliers, warehouse distributors, retailers and technology providers.
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The Automotive Distribution Network continues to expand throughout North America with the recent signing of Toronto, Ontario-based Avenue Motor Works Inc. into membership under the Auto Pride brand.
From an aftermarket perspective, this growing Colombian economy offers many opportunities for auto parts manufacturers in both the light-duty and heavy-duty segments. Colombia is the fourth largest economy in South America, behind Brazil, Argentina a
ContiTech
ContiTech announced that Applied Mexico and subsidiary RODENSA Mexico have completed a product changeover to ContiTech as a primary supplier in Mexico for industrial hoses, hydraulics, power transmission belts and other products.
Dayco
Dayco announced the opening of its newest sales and technical support offices in Belgrade, Serbia, and Lisbon, Portugal, the latest additions to the company’s growing footprint.
DENSO
DENSO Manufacturing Tennessee (DMTN) broke ground on a 186,528 square foot consolidated warehouse, located on its Maryville, Tenn. campus. The warehouse is due to be complete by October 2017.
Automotive Parts Headquarters
Automotive Parts Headquarters, in partnership with almost 50 manufacturers’ representatives, hosted its sixth annual chili cook-off. Donations were matched by both APH and the Bartlett family, pushing this year’s grand total to $112,650.
Chris Sutton
Chris Sutton, vice president of U.S. automotive retail at J.D. Power, spoke to Aftermarket Business World about the company's 2016 CSI study, which shows satisfaction rates for recall-related repairs declined this year for the first time in six y
Genuine Parts Company
Sales for the second quarter were $3.90 billion compared to $3.94 billion for the same period in 2015.  Net income for the second quarter was $191.4 million compared to $195.4 million recorded for the same period in the previous year.

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Last week, the Aftermarket Business World team attended the Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) in Las Vegas from November 3-5. Take a look at some of our photos and top stories below....Read more