Aftermarket Business

Jay Wright
Husky Spring worked with Vertical Development and its partners to create a system that offers a comprehensive website for ordering parts and a publishing system to get ACES format catalogs to retailers.
Automechanika Dubai
More than 900 of the three-day event’s 2,000-plus exhibitors will be part of the Truck Competence initiative, covering the entire commercial vehicle value chain, from parts and accessories, workshop equipment, body repair and care.
Uni-Select
The 2016 results in dollars vary compared to last year’s figures, since the first quarter of 2015 included three months of operations from the net assets of Uni-Select USA, Inc. and Beck/Arnley Worldparts, Inc., sold on June 1, 2015. Sales were
Automotive Distribution Network
The Automotive Distribution Network hosted 48 roundtable discussions during its recent spring membership meeting in Irving, Texas, the first under the leadership of Network president David Prater and chairman David T. Segal, who were both elected las
While strong 2015 vehicle sales is good news for the industry and bodes well for the aftermarket’s future, the automotive aftermarket is still feeling the aftershock of the recession. More specifically, the hangover from the recession is still
O’Reilly Automotive
O’Reilly Automotive announced record revenues and earnings for its first quarter ended March 31, 2016.
Auto Care Association
The registration deadline is quickly approaching for companies interested in joining the Auto Care Association trade mission to Guatemala, with an optional stop in El Salvador.
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The long-term development of the aftermarket in China is viewed as a huge opportunity. The key now is the development of a sustainable profitable business model to service this opportunity, and parts manufacturers are the key to this development.
WORLDPAC
SHIFTMobility Inc., provider of an all-in-one automotive platform, announced the addition of WORLDPAC parts to its service network, offering thousands of repair shops across North America the ability to quickly find and buy parts.
The problem for aftermarket players is that original equipment manufacturers increasingly use firmware and software to control the function and operation of a wide range of motor vehicle parts. OEMs have replaced what were once purely electro-mechani

Special Reports

Auto technicians seek quality first when selecting parts to repair their customers’ vehicles, according to the 2016 Aftermarket Business World Technician Attitude Study. Quality was selected as the No. 1 attribute that technicians said they con

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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